Well I've owned a 2013 Wrangler Sport for exactly five days before I noticed oil on the driveway. This must be what you folks call "a Jeep thing".
Last night I got her good and warm and parked in the garage with a well positioned piece of card board (target) to get an idea about the location of the leak. This morning I was greeted by two single drops of oil very close to the drain plug. My first thought was pursue the simplest solution and torque the plug, but I quickly learned it was already over-torqued.
Upon further inspection I saw the start of two oil drops on two fasteners holding the oil pan. One is a bolt, but he corner one is a nut. As I wiped off the oil I was surprised that I could turn the nut with my fingers. I wasn't even finger tight! A quick search of the internet gave me the torque spec (85 inch-pounds) and torque pattern. All points were to spec except for the obvious which I corrected.
Nothing left to do except warm it up and look again. I might have to replace the gasket but I'll let Chrysler do that as it is still under warranty. Stay tuned!