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Unread 01-22-2014, 09:13 AM   #361
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New to the forum. First Jeep. Just got a 2014 GC Summit 4X4 Diesel. Sticker was $57680. I don't think there was any other options we could have got. I got for $52960. I think we did OK. I also got the 7/100 zero deductible warranty for $2800.


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Unread 01-22-2014, 08:13 PM   #362
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For the DC deal, talk to Nader at Koons Jeep. For the Texas deal, PM, and I can send you the dealer info. The DC deal is slightly better, but has more fees involved, so in the end, it is within a couple of hundred bucks of the Texas deal.
Thanks for the info, I'm thinking DC is the way to go as it's only a 4 hour drive.
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Unread 01-24-2014, 08:38 AM   #363
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Just ordered a JGC Overland 4x4 using the Houston Deal!

Just ordered our build :
2014 JGC Overland 4x4, White, Nepal Int.
Diesel Option
Advanced Tech Group
Off Road Adventure II
using the dealer in the Houston Group Buy.
Ended up getting 5.5 percent off invoice and the OTD door price included just the vehicle build price plus tax & license fee. Were advised to join Treadlightly, using the $100 subscription, to get the additional 1 percent off to get it down to 5.5 off invoice. The OTD price was almost 3k less than the lowest price our local dealer quoted!

Excellent transaction, very easy via Email and phone, plus they were a pleasure to deal with. Delivery quoted 6 to 8 weeks.

Thanks to Shannon for the "heads up" on this deal .


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There are two group buys going on one in DC and the other in Houston.
Pretty good deals, the Houston deal you need the affiliate Tread Lightly program at the 100 buck level to get the 5.5% off invoice.
Seems like south Ca and Atlanta dealers are much more willing to negotiate than others...
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Unread 01-27-2014, 05:27 AM   #364
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2014 Summit, 4x2 V6 - $44,025. Black/black
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Unread 01-27-2014, 12:23 PM   #365
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I'm negotiating a 2014 GC Limited with 23H (power sunroof & nav) with an MSRP of $41,080 and a discounted price of $37,891 + TTL from a dealer in the Chicago area. I think that's about 3.5% below invoice ($39,284). Window sticker here: http://www.chrysler.com/hostd/window...RJFBG7EC356582.

Started with the Costco program, which most dealers don't seen to like. Ended up with the affiliate 1% under + additional concessions.

Any feedback on price would be greatly appreciated.
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Unread 01-27-2014, 04:50 PM   #366
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Just leased a 2014 Limited 4x4 today with Lux II, 20" wheels and nav for 36 months 10k/year. $2,499 due at signing and $413 a month including all fees and taxes. Think I did pretty well but am really excited about my first jeep in about 10 years regardless of the deal!
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Unread 01-27-2014, 05:08 PM   #367
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I'm negotiating a 2014 GC Limited with 23H (power sunroof & nav) with an MSRP of $41,080 and a discounted price of $37,891 + TTL from a dealer in the Chicago area. I think that's about 3.5% below invoice ($39,284). Window sticker here: http://www.chrysler.com/hostd/window...RJFBG7EC356582.

Started with the Costco program, which most dealers don't seen to like. Ended up with the affiliate 1% under + additional concessions.

Any feedback on price would be greatly appreciated.
I got about 4.5% below invoice on a Limited but it was during a period where the dealers were straining to make a deadline and sell so many cars by X date. So you did well, I think. Enjoy!
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Unread 01-28-2014, 06:42 AM   #368
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I'm negotiating a 2014 GC Limited with 23H (power sunroof & nav) with an MSRP of $41,080 and a discounted price of $37,891 + TTL from a dealer in the Chicago area. I think that's about 3.5% below invoice ($39,284). Window sticker here: http://www.chrysler.com/hostd/window...RJFBG7EC356582.

Started with the Costco program, which most dealers don't seen to like. Ended up with the affiliate 1% under + additional concessions.

Any feedback on price would be greatly appreciated.
As good as we've heard on this thread for local deals. For you to travel far for another 2% off invoice, which is less than $800, would have been a waste of your time.
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Unread 01-28-2014, 05:04 PM   #369
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Looking for the same deal in Chicagoland area on a 41,080 msrp limited. Would you mind sharing the dealer and salesman?
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Unread 01-29-2014, 03:16 AM   #370
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Hey guys

New to this site and in need of some help. Looking to get out of my 2006 Lexus IS 250 and trade it in to LEASE a Overland with no added features ($47,190) MSRP. trade in will be used to pay lease up front

Only been to one dealer, here is the breakdown

INVOICE= $43,600
TRADE-IN= $9500, owe $1500, so Net is=$8000
REBATES=$6000

FEES=$385
TAX= $1400 (ESTIMATE)

LEASE= $306 FOR 36 MONTHS, 7500 MILES/YEAR
PURCHASE OPTION AT END OF LEASE= $24,566

Does this sound like a good deal. I feel like it should be way less since Im putting down a decent amount. Should I pull the trigger or see if anyone else will give me more for my trade, or take more off the invoice. Ive seen some people in here get down as low as $42,000 for the overland.

THanks guys
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Unread 01-29-2014, 06:18 AM   #371
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($47,190) MSRP. trade in will be used to pay lease up front

Only been to one dealer, here is the breakdown

INVOICE= $43,600
TRADE-IN= $9500, owe $1500, so Net is=$8000
REBATES=$6000

FEES=$385
TAX= $1400 (ESTIMATE)

Does this sound like a good deal. I feel like it should be way less since Im putting down a decent amount. Should I pull the trigger or see if anyone else will give me more for my trade, or take more off the invoice. Ive seen some people in here get down as low as $42,000 for the overland.

THanks guys
Lewis
I don't envy Americans often, but wow you guys can get a GC for so much cheaper than us in Canada.

Currently BASE BASE BASE Larado's are going for 42-44,000. This is a 3-5000 markup OVER MRSP.

I was talking to a dealership saying I wanted to pay less than MRSP and they told me there was no way they would make that deal.
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Unread 01-29-2014, 09:20 AM   #372
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Hey guys

New to this site and in need of some help. Looking to get out of my 2006 Lexus IS 250 and trade it in to LEASE a Overland with no added features ($47,190) MSRP. trade in will be used to pay lease up front

Only been to one dealer, here is the breakdown

INVOICE= $43,600
TRADE-IN= $9500, owe $1500, so Net is=$8000
REBATES=$6000

FEES=$385
TAX= $1400 (ESTIMATE)

LEASE= $306 FOR 36 MONTHS, 7500 MILES/YEAR
PURCHASE OPTION AT END OF LEASE= $24,566

Does this sound like a good deal. I feel like it should be way less since Im putting down a decent amount. Should I pull the trigger or see if anyone else will give me more for my trade, or take more off the invoice. Ive seen some people in here get down as low as $42,000 for the overland.

THanks guys
Lewis
That lease quote seems quite high considering you essentially are putting $5,900 out as a cap cost reduction. You would need to get the money factor to determine what piece is not adding up. Based upon the 6k worth of rebates I take it you are using an independent leasing company that is charging a rather high APR. You might want to have the #'s run using Chrysler Financial as their current money factor is .00009 (.216% APR) with basically the same residual you were quoted (52% of MSRP).

Another option is to go with a totally loaded limited as the residual is higher at 56% and the MF is lower at .00008. You would essentially lose the body colored trim, stitched dash and wood steering wheel if you got a limited with lux II, 20" wheels and the off-road II package but your savings would be noticeable.

Good luck!
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Unread 01-29-2014, 11:53 AM   #373
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Looking for the same deal in Chicagoland area on a 41,080 msrp limited. Would you mind sharing the dealer and salesman?
Sure, Elissa or Dean from Feeny Jeep. http://www.feenyautos.com/index.htm. Ended up with a slightly differently vehicle as they sold the one I was looking at. Still got the 3.5% below invoice. Was able to have the dealership finance it at 2.65% for 72 months as well.

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Unread 01-29-2014, 05:00 PM   #374
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Tomorrow I'm buying a Limited 4x4 with 8.4" Uconnect and sunroof. I've fought hard and they've agreed to a price that's 9.5% below MSRP. Not sure what invoice is - but I'm thinking that's a pretty good deal, right?
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Unread 01-30-2014, 08:55 AM   #375
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Can someone PM me the Koons DC Group buy info? thanks
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