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post #166 of 1496 Old 11-02-2013, 06:46 PM
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post #167 of 1496 Old 11-03-2013, 07:22 AM
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Hello all!

My wife and I, just bought a limited 4x2 jeep grand cherokee 20" wheels with sun roof for 36,000 also received a 2.49 APR black ext black int

seems like we got a good price
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post #168 of 1496 Old 11-03-2013, 05:33 PM
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Just bought a 2014 Grand Cherokee Laredo 4x4 at Classic Motors, in Richfield, UT. MSRP was 38,325 with the 23E package, comfort and convenience package, trailer tow package, and all weather capability package. I qualified for the friends and family price, which is 1% under invoice, so I paid $36,250.

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Laredo 23E pkg, 2WD, 8.4/RA3 stereo, White/Light Frost MSRP $31,995 Paid $27,250 plus tax and license
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Laredo 23e 4wd, black on black,100 miles on it for $29,900 out the door. No taxes in oregon
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post #171 of 1496 Old 11-05-2013, 06:58 PM
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On my 2014 Summit 4X4 V8, I paid dealer invoice minus dealer holdback and then I used a $500.00 cash coupon from Jeep. Did the same on my previous 2012 Overland 4X4 V8, except then I had a $1,000 cash coupon from Jeep.

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post #172 of 1496 Old 11-05-2013, 08:45 PM
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On my 2014 Summit 4X4 V8, I paid dealer invoice minus dealer holdback and then I used a $500.00 cash coupon from Jeep. Did the same on my previous 2012 Overland 4X4 V8, except then I had a $1,000 cash coupon from Jeep.

Then you paid roughly 2.5% below invoice. You left 3% on the table (about $1500). Still got a better deal than most, but could have done better. Congrats on the new purchase.
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post #173 of 1496 Old 11-05-2013, 08:59 PM
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Then you paid roughly 2.5% below invoice. You left 3% on the table (about $1500). Still got a better deal than most, but could have done better. Congrats on the new purchase.
Really? Why tell someone that. What difference does it make?

Congrats on the new purchase.
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post #174 of 1496 Old 11-05-2013, 09:10 PM
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Really? Why tell someone that. What difference does it make?

Congrats on the new purchase.
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Really? Why tell someone that. What difference does it make?

Congrats on the new purchase.
Quoted for truth.
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post #176 of 1496 Old 11-05-2013, 10:36 PM
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Then you paid roughly 2.5% below invoice. You left 3% on the table (about $1500). Still got a better deal than most, but could have done better. Congrats on the new purchase.
Assuming your numbers are right, doing better is difficult to do. One has to be lucky or willing to pick up at a dealer perhaps across country. I dunno, but I think travel cost will eat into that $1500 pretty quick leaving little if any savings, given that time is also money.

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post #177 of 1496 Old 11-06-2013, 06:51 AM
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Assuming your numbers are right, doing better is difficult to do. One has to be lucky or willing to pick up at a dealer perhaps across country. I dunno, but I think travel cost will eat into that $1500 pretty quick leaving little if any savings, given that time is also money.
Not to mention, traveling cross country to pick up the vehicle & then finding issues with it upon delivery. Personally, I would never do it.
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post #178 of 1496 Old 11-06-2013, 07:14 AM
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I was wondering if anyone here knows how to determine what the dealer holdback is? Does it vary from dealer to dealer?

I guess put another way, is there any way for the average consumer to determine what a particular dealers actual cost is on a vehicle? From what I understand there's holdback, there's incentives from sales, factory (dealer) incentives (similar to the advertised consumer incentives) and probably some other things going on depending on location and sales volume.
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I was wondering if anyone here knows how to determine what the dealer holdback is? Does it vary from dealer to dealer?

I guess put another way, is there any way for the average consumer to determine what a particular dealers actual cost is on a vehicle? From what I understand there's holdback, there's incentives from sales, factory (dealer) incentives (similar to the advertised consumer incentives) and probably some other things going on depending on location and sales volume.
3% of MSRP is what hold back is for the U.S.
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post #180 of 1496 Old 11-06-2013, 09:03 AM
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My MRSP vs Invoice sheet from the dealer said the MRSP, Friends & Family discount, invoice, and dealer hold back right there on it.

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