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Unread 11-28-2011, 10:46 AM   #1
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December 2011 incentives?

I assume the incentives will likely be the same as November but I wanted to check and see if anyone knew if there would be any additional incentives? Maybe on the 11's?

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Unread 11-28-2011, 11:03 AM   #2
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Shoot with some pricing stuff I have found I can get a limited 5.7 4x4 for 38K
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Unread 11-28-2011, 11:43 AM   #3
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Shoot with some pricing stuff I have found I can get a limited 5.7 4x4 for 38K
I got mine for $38.5K. Single pane sunroof, 20" wheels, 730N media Center.
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Unread 11-28-2011, 12:23 PM   #4
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Yeah, it would be nice to get an extra 1.5K off.

i'm not in the military ($500) and don't lease ($1000).
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Unread 11-28-2011, 09:25 PM   #5
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It looks like all of the current incentives are going to the dealer. As far as the pricing mentioned above on a 2011 Limited 4x4 with V8, 730N, and the 20" Rims, as well as the "credit" for the single pane sunroof, you're looking about $36,400 through USAA. As I had mentioned in another post, you do not need to be active or past military to join USAA and use their car buying service. Anyone can join via their website and use this service.

For comparison, I bought my 2011 Limited 4x4 V6 with the 730N and Trailer Package with an MSRP of $41,150 for $33,339 the weekend before last using USAA as a starting point. Two dealers offered the same price through the USAA service, and the 3rd USAA dealer offered to beat them both by $500. Most dealers in my area were offering $5-6k off MSRP for anyone, closer to $7k on some of the V8's.

According to TrueCar.com, my purchase would have been the cheapest '11 with these options sold in the country. Whether I fully believe TrueCar.com is debatable...nonetheless, I think I got a pretty fair deal.

On a sidenote, the dealer I purchased from based in Minneapolis had to go about 300 miles away to even track down a 2011 with the V6, as the only thing left in the Minneapolis/St. Paul area seems to be Hemi Limiteds, a few Overlands, and a bunch of Laredos with the 70th Anniversary package. Kind of suprising considering there are about 15 dealerships within 50 miles of Minneapolis.
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Unread 11-28-2011, 09:34 PM   #6
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Before someone flames me for the above comment on pricing, I will also add that the 2012 can be priced out for $38,408 through USAA. This is for a Limited 4x4 with V8, 730N, Single Pane Roof, and 20" wheels. Stickers at $42,730. Not sure if this is still active, but as of last weekend, active military could get and additional $1000 off this price with a second certificate printed from the USAA website, bringing the price down to $37,408.
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Unread 11-29-2011, 10:53 AM   #7
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Can you use dealer incentives on top of the USAA deal?
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Unread 11-29-2011, 11:14 AM   #8
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I do not and will not give my ss # online? Is there another way?
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I just got a Overland priced out. It has a MSRP of 46K. With 3K down, 10K miles per year, 36months, $415.00 month

And with a MSRP of 46K. With 3K down, 10K miles per year, 24 months, $440 per month
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Unread 11-29-2011, 11:42 AM   #10
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I just got a Overland priced out. It has a MSRP of 46K. With 3K down, 10K miles per year, 36months, $415.00 month

And with a MSRP of 46K. With 3K down, 10K miles per year, 24 months, $440 per month
And that price is good until tomorrow 11/30/11.

He said the price might fluctuate a little in December, for better or worse.
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Unread 11-29-2011, 05:51 PM   #11
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I want to thank everyone for their help with this topic. I bought a 2011 jeep grand Cherokee overland this evening. I used the USAA price for a limited but the closest dealer was an hour plus from my house. Not really a problem, but I took the USAA certificate to the dealer right next to my house knowing he only had one 2011 limited on the lot, without the options I wanted and an overland with everything but the frontal collision warning. He matched the USAA price for the limited on the Overland. I traded in my 09 liberty for which I owed $18k on. Put $1k down and my payments are 630/month for 72 months. I think I did ok considering my liberty payments were $527.
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Unread 11-29-2011, 07:13 PM   #12
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I want to thank everyone for their help with this topic. I bought a 2011 jeep grand Cherokee overland this evening. I used the USAA price for a limited but the closest dealer was an hour plus from my house. Not really a problem, but I took the USAA certificate to the dealer right next to my house knowing he only had one 2011 limited on the lot, without the options I wanted and an overland with everything but the frontal collision warning. He matched the USAA price for the limited on the Overland. I traded in my 09 liberty for which I owed $18k on. Put $1k down and my payments are 630/month for 72 months. I think I did ok considering my liberty payments were $527.
Just curious why wouldn't you sell your jeep liberty your self?
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Unread 11-29-2011, 08:16 PM   #13
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Well the KBB is $16k. I am pretty sure I could have gotten $16k for it, (it has 59k miles) but its in pristine shape with new shoes and brakes and i added some extras, but, I am not sure how quickly I could have sold it and was hoping to take advantage of the incentives that are out. I am sure they will be the same or less in December since 4WD vehicles move quickly before winter in Cleveland do dealers are often less likely to negotiate.
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Unread 11-30-2011, 04:14 AM   #14
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I want to thank everyone for their help with this topic. I bought a 2011 jeep grand Cherokee overland this evening. I used the USAA price for a limited but the closest dealer was an hour plus from my house. Not really a problem, but I took the USAA certificate to the dealer right next to my house knowing he only had one 2011 limited on the lot, without the options I wanted and an overland with everything but the frontal collision warning. He matched the USAA price for the limited on the Overland. I traded in my 09 liberty for which I owed $18k on. Put $1k down and my payments are 630/month for 72 months. I think I did ok considering my liberty payments were $527.
Thanks Good luck. Just one more question was the USAA price under invoice?
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Unread 11-30-2011, 05:33 AM   #15
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Yes, I was shocked at the USAA pricing. I get the jeep friends and family pricing and the USAA was much better. As mentioned in another thread you dont have to a military afiliation to join USAA. When I priced out the limited using USAA it was about $2600 below invoice.
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