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Unread 01-30-2014, 10:33 PM   #1
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What did you pay for your 2014 GC. Canadian Edition.

I have went over the entire USA Only edition of the "what did you pay" thread, and found zero Canadians.

I know we exist, so what did you pay?

I myself am finding a hard time spending what local deals are asking.

Locally (Vancouver) Everyone seems to be $3,000-$5,000 OVER MRSP, a local guy is even trying to sell a Laredo with OR1/Safety and Conveience/All weather/Tow for $52,000!!
Even a loaded 2014 Trail 4Runner was quoted at $41,000.

I have been unable to find ANY dealerships willing to sell a JGC under MRSP. There must be a good deal out there somewhere!

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Unread 01-31-2014, 08:04 AM   #2
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Mine listed for $58,465. My son got employee pricing for me which brought it down to $51,893. I negotiated them down to $48,000 including $1,500 trade in allowance. Taking the trade in out of the equation I paid $49,500 for an Overland with V6, advance technology, and brilliant black crystal pearl coat, $8,965 less than list price of which $6,572 was due the discount my son got me. The other $2,393 was due to my finely honed negotiating skills. I was actually surprised they accepted less than the employee pricing, which left me very happy with the deal I made.

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Unread 01-31-2014, 08:13 AM   #3
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Yeah made me sick reading about all the americans paying 1+% off msrp, I tried that at Barnes, Marine and Richmond and got declined everywhere. Check this thread, the OP keeps everyone up to date with rebates, etc... in Canada, good luck and maybe see you around!
http://forums.redflagdeals.com/merge...nswers-897070/
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Unread 01-31-2014, 08:19 AM   #4
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MSRP $69588.00 - Jeep GC Summit Diesel
PAID $63769.00 + TAX

It's only half the puzzle as a trade-in changes everything. I Traded a 2008 Jeep GC Diesel with 138KM, - Allowance $17400 (Tax in) towards the Summit. , paying the $54600 difference.
Then I purchased extended warranty 6 YR - 120K, bumper to bumper $2800 TAX Incl.
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Unread 01-31-2014, 08:49 AM   #5
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This thread made my day.
I can't believe how much the price has gone up on the refreshed WK2 model in Canada.

I paid $22,000 less for my Limited just under 2 years ago.
I have all options except QL, I mean everything.

I love that 8.4 inch screen radio in the refreshed model though.
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Unread 01-31-2014, 09:36 AM   #6
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2012 vs 2014 = Apples/Oranges.
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Unread 01-31-2014, 10:31 AM   #7
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2012 vs 2014 = Apples/Oranges.
Sure, however...

New trans and radio lights, few other things.

30% increase in starting price ,less standard features. Head scratcher over a 2 year period.

Definitely apples to oranges!.
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Unread 01-31-2014, 10:34 AM   #8
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This thread made my day.
I can't believe how much the price has gone up on the refreshed WK2 model in Canada.

I paid $22,000 less for my Limited just under 2 years ago.
I have all options except QL, I mean everything.

I love that 8.4 inch screen radio in the refreshed model though.
Which model of GC do you have. Are we comparing Laredo to Overland?
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Unread 01-31-2014, 12:16 PM   #9
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try these

www.carcostcanada.com


http://www.newcarselloff.com/search?...dDesc&limit=20
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Unread 01-31-2014, 06:54 PM   #10
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Sure, however...

New trans and radio lights, few other things.

30% increase in starting price ,less standard features. Head scratcher over a 2 year period.

Definitely apples to oranges!.
Here's a few.

The Stability control on the 2014 = much improved (Do a search for moose test 2012 vs 2014)
Technology package difference, 8 Speed , Diesel option, Forward Collision Warning/Crash Mitigation option, Command view roof option, Entirely different steering system, LED option, Interior more refined, Multiview gauge cluster, Uconnect for US market, Adaptive Bi-Xenon Option.

No matter how you slice it, it's a whole lotta do-re-mi!
But...Compared to competition, it's pretty nice alternative.
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Unread 01-31-2014, 08:35 PM   #11
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2012 vs 2014 = Apples/Oranges.
Even out 2012's are going UP in price (used) because the 2014's are so expensive.


I see 2012/2013 Laredro X models (Leather/6.5" Ugig/Panaramic sunroof/7 speaker stereo) at 40,000!

The lowest price Laredo X is a 2012 with 60,000km's for $37,000, that is nearly a bare 2014 Laredo price.

The new Laredo's can't even get a decent stereo here (no sub option), no panaramic sunroof, no leather.
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Unread 01-31-2014, 08:38 PM   #12
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Here's a few.

The Stability control on the 2014 = much improved (Do a search for moose test 2012 vs 2014)
Technology package difference, 8 Speed , Diesel option, Forward Collision Warning/Crash Mitigation option, Command view roof option, Entirely different steering system, LED option, Interior more refined, Multiview gauge cluster, Uconnect for US market, Adaptive Bi-Xenon Option.

No matter how you slice it, it's a whole lotta do-re-mi!
But...Compared to competition, it's pretty nice alternative.
All the things you mentioned other than the 8 speed trans are options! The base Laredo is still WAY to expensive. Locally they are over 43,000!

I can get a loaded 4Runner, Xplorer for that. Jeep doesn't realize that the low spec GC models have different competion than the Summit/Overland models.

While a Summit/Overland is a good deal compared to a Q7/VW/X5/ML, the Laredo is a horrible deal compared to its competition.

You can't even get into a Diesel in Canada for under $65,000
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Unread 02-01-2014, 09:00 AM   #13
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Funny you should mention options

I'm here in the Toronto area . I've noticed all the WK2 rentals are Limited trim. I have a sneaky suspicion there is not enough options for them to rent Laredo trim so they upgraded to Limited trim.
This is great for people who wants a nice truck to rent however ,this will dump loads of cheap limited on the market in a couple of years.
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Unread 02-01-2014, 10:56 AM   #14
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Funnier you should mention rental cars

Here in BC there was a FLOOD of 2014 Limited's on the used market. They were all early corporate leases.

All have 10-20,000km's and are priced from 39,900-46,000. All have zero options and no updates done to their tranny/5" u connect.

The 39,000 is a good deal but it is 350km away, and none have the tow package or u connect which are high on my list. Annoyingly Jeep made it so you can't even swap in a larger screen into the 5.0" models.
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Unread 02-01-2014, 12:11 PM   #15
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Funnier you should mention rental cars

Here in BC there was a FLOOD of 2014 Limited's on the used market. They were all early corporate leases.

All have 10-20,000km's and are priced from 39,900-46,000. All have zero options and no updates done to their tranny/5" u connect.

The 39,000 is a good deal but it is 350km away, and none have the tow package or u connect which are high on my list. Annoyingly Jeep made it so you can't even swap in a larger screen into the 5.0" models.
The WK2 is great and I love mine to bits.
But I think if you are in a situation where you can wait you should.
Looks like the build quality has done wonders for the resale of late.
If you can find one that has all the options you can live with for a ,go ahead. $39000 range is fair.
I'm always eyeballing autotrader, down here and I have not seen any Limited in the $30K price range.

In 6 months or so things will change.

The new Toyota Highlander is coming out and it looks great. I'm sure the Highlander will cut into the appeal everyone has for the WK2 right now(I know ,the highlander doesn't climb rocks as well as the WK2...but it crawls the malls just fine).
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