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Unread 05-19-2013, 06:00 PM   #31
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The sticker price on my 2014 Overland was $52,375 and I paid $49,553 which was something like $480 over invoice. I didn't have to haggle. The best way to buy a car these days is to go onto kbb.com or one of those and fill out the form to send your info to dealerships in your area. That gets forwarded to their Internet Sales teams who call you up and give you their "internet" price which is typically around $350-600 over invoice depending on the dealership. When I was first looking to get the 2011 JGC he offered me $350 over invoice immediately, but I decided not to buy at that time.

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Unread 05-19-2013, 07:12 PM   #32
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The sticker price on my 2014 Overland was $52,375 and I paid $49,553 which was something like $480 over invoice. I didn't have to haggle. The best way to buy a car these days is to go onto kbb.com or one of those and fill out the form to send your info to dealerships in your area. That gets forwarded to their Internet Sales teams who call you up and give you their "internet" price which is typically around $350-600 over invoice depending on the dealership. When I was first looking to get the 2011 JGC he offered me $350 over invoice immediately, but I decided not to buy at that time.

-Brian
I think you are on the right track with contacting dealers by email and having them bid for your business. But I don't think you paid a particularly great price for your Jeep. Many are paying 3%-7% below invoice so I think the thing to do is refer to deals people received on this forum within your area and use this knowledge as leverage. Your hand is strengthened if you can refer to a specific deal at a specific dealership that a forum member received.
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Unread 05-20-2013, 02:54 PM   #33
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Is anybody aware of a Kentucky group price. I am looking for a 2013-2014 GC particularly with quadra lift.
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Unread 05-21-2013, 01:03 PM   #34
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Anyone looking for a deal in NC, PM me. My sales rep wants to make some deals.
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Unread 06-04-2013, 05:22 AM   #35
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I live in NY and did most of the web site pricing (truecar, edmonds, kbb...etc). I was invited to a NY dealership to test drive the limited 3.6 and get the "special VIP internet price". They did not have the limited 3.6 i wanted on their site and said they have to drive to there second location which had the exact model with the exact options i wanted. We drove there with an overland hemi. I test drove the limited 3.6 ...and although I was impressed with the engine, I could not get over how much more upscale and smooth the overland with the 5.7 felt.

When we got back to the dealership I told them I wanted the overland 4x4 with the hemi. They asked if I wanted to lease, finance, or buy outright. I told them that its based on the deal I get. They came back with their special internet price of $46,700 at 2.9% financing. I was a bit taken back because the price does not seem like anything special and the 2.9% rate was very high since I have excellent credit and the jeep web site offers 1.75% financing for 4 years. I told them that I can get 1.9% from my credit union for 72 months if I wanted to.

I offered them $43,000 for the overland 4x4 with the hemi. They said no. I said ill pay cash. They said yes. At the end we could not agree on the price for my trade in. Ill probably try to sell it through craigslist. Another dealership that emailed me said that they can easily match the 43k for the car. This price does not include taxes and registration.

So what do you think of 43k for an overland 4x4 with the hemi? Did anyone get a better deal?

......................also, I have been reading review's on the new 2014 models where customers have been having issues with the 8.4 inch screen. Has anyone else experienced any problems with the 2014's?

Thanks in advance

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Unread 06-04-2013, 10:21 AM   #36
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I just walked into the local Jeep dealer and didn't deal with anyone but the sales manager. Let them know that I was ready to buy...cash in hand and that I wanted the bottom line price with no BS. I got mine for $500 under invoice. 49,685 MSRP for 46,630. Easy enough. Plus they gave me 23,000 for my 2010 Crew Cab Ram 2 wheel drive on trade. Can't complain.
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Unread 06-06-2013, 05:23 AM   #37
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I just got a book off amazon called "Don't get taken every time". Its a guide to buying or leasing a car. I had no idea some of the tactics used by dealerships to break the customer down. I have experienced some of these tactics first hand in the years I have been buying cars. This book is a must read and I highly recommend it. It will be a true eye opener and will save you thousands. Paid about $3 for a used copy and its about 400 pages. Could not put the book down. Please do yourself a favor and get the book before you pull the trigger on a purchase. The first chapter alone will cause your jaw to drop.
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Unread 06-06-2013, 07:43 AM   #38
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I just walked into the local Jeep dealer and didn't deal with anyone but the sales manager. Let them know that I was ready to buy...cash in hand and that I wanted the bottom line price with no BS. I got mine for $500 under invoice. 49,685 MSRP for 46,630. Easy enough. Plus they gave me 23,000 for my 2010 Crew Cab Ram 2 wheel drive on trade. Can't complain.
And with my Tread Lightly discount get 1% under invoice to include special orders. Will be interesting to see if this discount along with Friends and Family will apply to diesel Wranglers and Grand Cherokess if the engine is ever certified for sale in the US. The EPA has started furloughs which will delay the process. Jeep needs to do a Congressional to move the process along.
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Unread 06-06-2013, 03:43 PM   #39
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I can see by the information that this deal is crap... lol thanks guys.. I am trying to find a dealer willing to sell for under invoice


3. Overland 4X4 - MSRP $45,995 ($43,736) + $995 destination

with 3.0L V6 TURBO DIESEL ENGINE (EXF) + 8-SPD AUTO 8HP70 TRANS (DFD) 22P (Late Availabilty) [MSRP $4,500 / INV. $ 4,005]
with 3.6L V6 VVT ENGINE (ERB) + 8-SPD AUTO 845RE TRANS (DFL) 23P (Standard)
with 5.7L V8 MDS VVT ENGINE (EZH) + 8-SPD AUTO 8HP70 TRANS (DFD) 27P [MSRP $2,195 / INV. $ 1,954]
So the diesel is a $4,500 option over the pentastar but only a $1,800 option over the v8? I was being told by others it was an additional $4k over the v8.
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Unread 06-06-2013, 04:13 PM   #40
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Just paid 50,304.00 minus the $500 cash Jeep mailed me $49,804.00 Final Price on a Overland 4x4 Bright White, Indigo interior with the Hemi with the Advanced Technology package
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Unread 06-06-2013, 05:41 PM   #41
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2014 JGC Overland 4x4 V6 Granite Crystal

MSRP $46,990

Sales Price $43,886

And then I put $21,500 down and bought the Maximum Care lifetime/unlimited miles $100 deductible warranty for $2,735.
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Unread 06-13-2013, 09:28 AM   #42
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Anyone have any information on AZ group buys?

I have an offer for a 14 Limited GC with Offroad 2 and the Uconnect NAV Package

39,513 Invoice
No dealer adds

How are people getting % under invoice?
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Unread 06-15-2013, 05:56 PM   #43
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Did you guys pay a dealer fee?
Dealers fee is just pack grab a**. I could care less if they charge 1.00 or 995.00 it is the bottom line that matters. When after I negotiated a price the dealer said they were required by their owner to charge a dealer fee, so we just rewrote the buyers order, subtracted the amount of the dealer fee from the vehicle price then added the dealer fee back in. Since I have to pay sales tax on the price of the vehicle without the dealer fee, actually it saved me some $$
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Unread 07-27-2013, 06:49 PM   #44
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Just picked up a Billet Silver Metallic Limited with the following:
Hemi
20" wheels
Lux II
Trailer Tow Group IV

MSRP: $48,270
Invoice: $45,646
OTD: $42,000 +TTL

I just kept saying "I'll take it right now for $42K" to every offer they came at me with. I really didn't expect them to go 8% below invoice. They did A LOT of whining and had so many excuses...it was funny. I'm pleased.
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Unread 07-27-2013, 08:54 PM   #45
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2014 JGC Overland 4x4 V6 Granite Crystal
.... and bought the Maximum Care lifetime/unlimited miles $100 deductible warranty for $2,735.
For other folks that may be considering it, don't forget there are multiple online vendors that are offering the Maxcare lifetime with $100 deductible for around $2185. Most of the dealers will match the online price.
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