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Unread 11-18-2013, 10:26 AM   #196
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2014 JGC Limited with Luxury II, Trailer Tow Group IV, UConnect 8.4 with Nav and 20 " x 8" Wheels / Tires. List price including Destination is $45,180. Price to me is $41,388.

By my calcs dealer cost plus destination is $43,256.
Car is now sitting in driveway.

Final deal was $41,238 plus $150 doc fee and $69.50 in WA State mandated trip fees (car bought in WA; had to drive it back to ID) and other WA nickel-dime fees. Grand total of $41,457.50 out the door. This does not include sales tax but does in include Mopar slush mats for front and cargo area and mud flaps, both of which the dealer had installed but threw in for free.

I am thinking we did OK purchasing this vehicle at $3,722.50 less than MSRP/Destination out the door (including fees, excluding taxes).

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Unread 11-18-2013, 07:16 PM   #197
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Buying a new 2014 Overland

Hi, new to the forums. I'm buying now a new 2014 GJC Overland in the DC area. Looking for the V6, 4x4, with the technology package. No trade-in, no-financing, just a cash deal. What type of deal do you think I could expect with a cash deal? The Jeep website states $47,190 net price plus an additional $1,995 for the tech package. Thanks!
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Unread 11-18-2013, 08:38 PM   #198
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cube99,

We just paid cash for our vehicle. Believe it or not, cash doesn't get you anywhere in making a deal. I will admit it will get you through the Finance guy's office and out the door faster, but the dealership makes money on financing (if they arrange it) or lease deals. Cash customers are not as profitable for them. Look at incentives. Low interest rates, lease deals...where is the factory incentive for the cash customer? Nada.
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Unread 11-18-2013, 09:01 PM   #199
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Hi, new to the forums. I'm buying now a new 2014 GJC Overland in the DC area. Looking for the V6, 4x4, with the technology package. No trade-in, no-financing, just a cash deal. What type of deal do you think I could expect with a cash deal? The Jeep website states $47,190 net price plus an additional $1,995 for the tech package. Thanks!
(Group buys can only be set up by registered forum vendors)

Right on about cash, they prefer credit for the extra "points" they get paid. I love using OPM (Other People's Money) when possible so I am doing the 36 mos at zero % versus cash up front and just making payments from an interest bearing account. That will net me about $750 (half a payment) in interest for just setting up the auto EFT.

Good luck.
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Unread 11-21-2013, 12:08 PM   #200
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Just finished up my order for a new 2014 Diesel Grand Cherokee with Lux II, Tow, Uconnect, 20 in wheels, and advanced safety package.

MSRP (with destination) $51075
Purchase Price $44,280
Doc Fee: $499
OTD: $46,267

Thanks for the referral shanhuber!
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Unread 11-26-2013, 09:27 AM   #201
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For those that used affiliate pricing (through your employer etc), I know the deal is 1% below invoice. I was also told that the dealer could only add doc, license, and taxes but NOT dealer handling.

The only thing I am not clear on is the $995 destination charge.

Where did that show up on your pricing sheet and was it $995 or something less?....or was it there at all?

Just trying to be prepared before seeing the dealer.

Thanks in advance
Matt
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Unread 11-26-2013, 09:30 AM   #202
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For those that used affiliate pricing (through your employer etc), I know the deal is 1% below invoice. I was also told that the dealer could only add doc, license, and taxes but NOT dealer handling.

The only thing I am not clear on is the $995 destination charge.

Where did that show up on your pricing sheet and was it $995 or something less?....or was it there at all?

Just trying to be prepared before seeing the dealer.

Thanks in advance
Matt
The 995 is there whether you have a discount or not. It is non negotiable on the deal. There should just be a $95 (I believe) document fee and that is it.
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Unread 11-26-2013, 10:57 AM   #203
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When you walk into the dealer with your affiliate program number code, they show you an invoice which clearly shows the affiliate price. Its not negotiable. There is a fee (used to be $75) for the affiliate program. There is the destination (shipping) charge which may or may not be on the invoice they show you but you pay for it. You also pay tax if you buy in a state with sales tax. There is also the dealer's license/title and dealer fee, which each dealer sets (can be hundreds of $$$). This is the same dealer fee anyone off the street pays at that dealer, should not vary for affiliate program sales. Sometimes the dealer will wave or reduce the fee. This is the only charge that you could negotiate between dealers.

Before you sign up, make sure you have a paper with all the fees spelled out clear enough for you. Make sure its the out the door price in other words.

Affiliate price for the vehicle
+ Affiliate fee
- rebates and incentives
+ Dealer documentation fee
+ Destination
+ Tax
= Out the door price.
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Unread 11-26-2013, 03:31 PM   #204
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I ordered my '14 Overland EcoDiesel with the Advanced Technology Package and Off Road Adventure II for $49,000 +tax, tags and fees. I shopped around for about a month around the NYC area and Manhattan Jeep was the most flexible on price. They came in a few hundred dollars under the cheapest Truecar offer. Now begins the wait...
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Unread 12-01-2013, 12:08 PM   #205
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I just picked up a 14 Overland 4x4 w/ Ad Tech Group for $43,719 last night. That comes out to 6.4% below invoice. I flew from Phoenix to Los Angeles to go pick it up. The whole time I was thinking that they were going to tack on some extra charges and that I was going to be wasting money on an airline ticket back home. To my surprise, the dealer held true on the advertised price and I walked away with a smoking deal. The nice thing was no haggling. They offered me some overpriced nitrogen tire package which I declined and there was no heartburn on their part. The only con was that I had to pay California sales tax, which is about the same as what I would pay in Phoenix (8%). And they put a front license plate on the bumper. I still have to see how they mounted it.

Initially I was going to fly to Houston and get the deal that a lot of the other forum members have been talking about. Only problem with that was you had to be a member of Tread Lightly (whatever that is) to get the full 5.5% off invoice. The great thing about the deal I got was I didn't need to be a member of anything. Anyone off the street can take advantage of their awesome deals.

The place went was Huntington Beach Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram. http://www.hbchryslerdodgejeepram.com/index.htm Check out their inventory, the price you see is the price you pay (plus TTL of course).
Talk to Brody Braun and tell him Dustin (the pilot) sent you.

Edit: I should've mentioned that I got the V6 gas engine.

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Unread 12-01-2013, 08:52 PM   #206
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Glad it worked for you. I am not willing to fly to CA to get a deal like this because I ordered the diesel and Houston is only an 8 hour drive to my home in Florida. That is a smoking deal you got, better than all other deals except the Washington DC deal which is 7% plus 499 fee. Given what you paid yours might well be cheaper than that one too. I can't figure out how any of these places are making money. I talked to a the largest regional dealer in Pensacola and gave him the details of the deals. He said that Chrysler gives 1500 back to the dealer on the Jeep but they could not come close to matching those deals and make any money. He was totally honest and told me to take any of those deals.
I am sure you will really enjoy the new JGC. I am looking forward to mine after Christmas when I expect it will show up...
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Unread 12-02-2013, 03:11 AM   #207
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Just picked up a 2014 GC Overland 3.6 V6 4x4 with Tech group and single CD for $ 44,400 ... which was 6 % off the MSRP sticker in Naples. Fl.
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Unread 12-02-2013, 03:52 AM   #208
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Glad it worked for you. I am not willing to fly to CA to get a deal like this because I ordered the diesel and Houston is only an 8 hour drive to my home in Florida. That is a smoking deal you got, better than all other deals except the Washington DC deal which is 7% plus 499 fee. Given what you paid yours might well be cheaper than that one too. I can't figure out how any of these places are making money. I talked to a the largest regional dealer in Pensacola and gave him the details of the deals. He said that Chrysler gives 1500 back to the dealer on the Jeep but they could not come close to matching those deals and make any money. He was totally honest and told me to take any of those deals.
I am sure you will really enjoy the new JGC. I am looking forward to mine after Christmas when I expect it will show up...
I believe the holdback is ~ $1492.00 - and I spoke recently with a small dealer about the group buys, who questioned me about how that was even possible for them to sell at a price below their "cost". Volume, holdbacks, special incentives to dealerships from Jeep, etc. - that's probably how it works.
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Unread 12-02-2013, 03:08 PM   #209
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More than likely the sales manager was just rounding up but he did state that there was no way he could make any money that way and speculated the other GB dealers can do this because of a volume discount they get on top of what else is provided. Pretty sure he is right because none of the dealerships are small operations. He thought these dealership must generate 1000 sales per month to qualify for extra discount.
All I know is that I am pretty happy to have educated myself and save some serious money...
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Unread 12-02-2013, 07:32 PM   #210
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I just picked up a 14 Overland 4x4 w/ Ad Tech Group for $43,719 last night. That comes out to 6.4% below invoice. I flew from Phoenix to Los Angeles to go pick it up. The whole time I was thinking that they were going to tack on some extra charges and that I was going to be wasting money on an airline ticket back home. To my surprise, the dealer held true on the advertised price and I walked away with a smoking deal. The nice thing was no haggling. They offered me some overpriced nitrogen tire package which I declined and there was no heartburn on their part. The only con was that I had to pay California sales tax, which is about the same as what I would pay in Phoenix (8%). And they put a front license plate on the bumper. I still have to see how they mounted it.

Initially I was going to fly to Houston and get the deal that a lot of the other forum members have been talking about. Only problem with that was you had to be a member of Tread Lightly (whatever that is) to get the full 5.5% off invoice. The great thing about the deal I got was I didn't need to be a member of anything. Anyone off the street can take advantage of their awesome deals. I'm not sure if I'm able to advertise the dealer I went to. I'm too lazy to read the forum rules. If anyone is interested, they can PM me for the info.

Edit: I should've mentioned that I got the V6 gas engine.
don't they charge you tax in your home state as well?
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