Just picked up a Billet Silver Metallic Limited with the following:
Trailer Tow Group IV
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.
Great job Jacob. Glad you did not fall for their bull. I also noticed that there are quite a few shills on this website...so take members comments with a grain of salt as some are actually dealers here.
For those about to buy a new car, I strongly recommend getting this book:
Its an eye opener. You will be aware of every little underhanded trick that the dealers play. I could not put the book down and have experienced first hand some of the things that were mentioned in this book. As an example.....if you ever handed a dealer your license....they did a credit check on your a**! If you ever handed them a credit card...they did a credit check on your a**! If you ever signed a guest list....they did a credit check on your a**! (last page of the guest list is a disclaimer giving them the right to pull up your credit). That is just a drop in the bucket compared to all the tricks they have down their sleeves. So do yourself a favor and get this book (I got a used copy for about $5)....it will save you lots of time and money at the end.
pharmd is spot on. I just got a '14 Overland V8 4x4 for $43,100. The dealer pulled some crazy stunts, but I feel like I did well considering sticker was about 49 and change....
Persistence pays, look for volume dealers, they can afford to sell below invoice. Don't accept anything else. Plan for a marathon if you want a great deal (more than 10% below MSRP).
I assume that was without taxes?
I'm looking at a 2014 GC Overland 4x4 with no additional options. I get the Chrysler EP pricing, the best I've been able to find is $42,000 before taxes. I feel like if you were able to get a V8 for $1,100 more (when its at least a 2k option) and you don't have the EP pricing I can do much better. Does anyone have a price point you think it would go for?
Edit: Also how much do you guys think a Diesel would be. I know MSRP is ~4,500 and Invoice is ~4,000.
Some of you guys did a little better than me. I was in and out of the dealer in 3 hours total, with a trade-in, without a lot of painful haggling. This is the most I've every spent on a vehicle, and it was a pleasant experience.
2014 Grand Cherokee Overland 4x4, silver, with hemi, no other options.
Plus TTL, plus $2200 for extended warranty. Put roughly $8000 down, but that figure never influenced price.
Dealership: Tacoma Dodge/Jeep/Chrysler in Tacoma, WA. I would recommend buying from them if you're in the market and in the area. PM me and I can probably help you out with a sales contact.
Guys I'm stuck between the Overland and Fully loaded Limited. I definitely want the Overland but the best lease I was able to get was 530 a month with 0 down for 39 months with 12k miles a year. A dif dealer tells me he can get me the limited with the lux package and 20 inch rims for about 300-400 with about 1 grand down...I have coupons from USAA which was how they are basing their prices... Realistically, can I get a 450 payment with 0 down on the Overland? What about a 350 payment with 0 down on the Limited with Lux and trailer tow package?
Anyone here with any connections at any dealerships. Im located in Westchester NY.
I'm calling BS on that one. They're trying to get you to sit down and crunch numbers, and then announce the REAL payment. That range of payments is way too high.
Laredo models are advertised at $359/mo on Jeep's website. I would go there to comparison shop as they have lease and loan payment calculators.
Realistically, you're probably looking at $425-475/mo to lease a loaded Limited, and $525-575 to lease the Overland. These are just guesses not taking into account your down payment or credit rating.
The reason I believe I can actually get the Overland at around 500 everything rolled in including taxes into the payment is because I have a USAA coupon for 4,000 that they honor...Im assuming that is why he says he can get me the Limited for under 400...Plus 1000 in Jeep rebates? Im not sure how much of a difference those make but I do believe that 500 for the overland 0 down is a great deal. Im just wondering realistically how much I can push it...If I can get the overland 480 a month 0 down I would definitely jump on it...Hell im paying 580 a month for a fully loaded Acura TL SHAWD whos list price is a bit less
$27500 financing with my bank (2.25% fixed), $14000 personal check and 2008 Toyota Corolla with 70K miles($6-7K on KBB)....equaled (out of the door, after taxes etc.) V6 2014 Overland with Advanced Tech group and a CD player(which I discovered afterwards), and the complimentary heavy duty rubber floor mats. I got Military and college grad discount plus something else they (dealership) made up. The MSRP on the window sticker was $49798.
I fill like I got a deal, but I was talking to the dealership for the last three months and told them that the only reason I will go with them (and not the other 3 dealerships in the area) because they were honest with me and promised me a good pricing.
Bought last week in NC, 14 GC V6 Limited 4X2 black on khaki, sunroof, 20 in rims, Uconnect, back up camera, nav, auto liftgate. Pretty much loaded but did not have the panoramic sunroof (no big deal for me). Lists for almost $41K, bought for $36 OTD. Great car buying experience from this dealer. Love this vehicle, I travel a lot in sales and this is going to be a great vehicle for me the next five years.