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Unread 08-27-2013, 12:40 PM   #61
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...what would be a good price to shoot for for a base 2014 Overland (with almost no extras/additional options)?
I got my 2014 Overland V8 4x4 for $44,100, MSRP $49,685. Only option was the V8, If you get $5500 to $6000 under sticker you're doing pretty well.

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Unread 08-27-2013, 12:46 PM   #62
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Thanks. So, I guess then for the bare bones (V6) Overland I am looking at $42,000K as the best price from dealers? Thanks!
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Unread 08-29-2013, 05:56 AM   #63
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Looking for anyone who has got a good deal here in MA or New England. I just bought a 13' wrangler unlimited back in february, went back to my same sales person and he tried screwing me on a new 14 grand cherokee overland with advanced tech group. Needless to say I'm going to begin to call other dealerships in the area.
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Unread 08-29-2013, 08:35 AM   #64
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Looking for anyone who has got a good deal here in MA or New England. I just bought a 13' wrangler unlimited back in february, went back to my same sales person and he tried screwing me on a new 14 grand cherokee overland with advanced tech group. Needless to say I'm going to begin to call other dealerships in the area.
I found the pricing at 495 Jeep in Lowell to be aggressive. Lawless pricing was ok but I got a funny vibe there
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Unread 08-30-2013, 08:02 AM   #65
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Became a first time Jeep owner on Wednesday.

In terms of pricing this is where I ended up...

2014 Limited 4x4 V6 for $34585. It's stock except for coming with 23H Preferred Package (CD Player, Flex Fuel). MSRP was $39085.

Now I must try not to spend another 30k on accessories...
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Unread 08-31-2013, 09:34 PM   #66
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2014 Grand Cherokee Overland 4X4 with no additional packages = $42,500 from Zeigler Jeep in Schaumburg, IL.
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Unread 09-01-2013, 10:55 PM   #67
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Became a first time Jeep owner on Wednesday.

In terms of pricing this is where I ended up...

2014 Limited 4x4 V6 for $34585. It's stock except for coming with 23H Preferred Package (CD Player, Flex Fuel). MSRP was $39085.

Now I must try not to spend another 30k on accessories...
Good price. What was the name of the dealership?
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Unread 09-02-2013, 08:15 AM   #68
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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
You have a $4k USAA coupon, how did you get that.

http://usaa2.zag.com/promo1.html?pro..._id=ZUSA200109

grand cherokee is not a option.
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Unread 09-03-2013, 08:44 AM   #69
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Good price. What was the name of the dealership?
David Stanley Dodge in Midwest City. They still list the metalic gray version of my GC on the site at 34585, but I'm pretty sure that's sold (otherwise I would have gotten it).

Here is the link: http://www.davidstanleydodge.com/inv...ep&model=Grand Cherokee&myOrder=price&mySort=DESC

I wish I would have bought one of the two 2013 GC Trailhawks they advertised at 37k, but that was more than I was willing to shell out (that and I wanted leather seats).
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Unread 09-03-2013, 10:25 AM   #70
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Looking for anyone who has got a good deal here in MA or New England. I just bought a 13' wrangler unlimited back in february, went back to my same sales person and he tried screwing me on a new 14 grand cherokee overland with advanced tech group. Needless to say I'm going to begin to call other dealerships in the area.
The best deal I found was at Contemporary in Milford NH, especially if you have a trade in. Customers from all over NE seem to buy from there. But these things change from year to year. Allen Mello Dodge in Nashua is better for service pricing, however.

Bonneville in Manchester NH is good if they have something on their lot you want (they usually have a large selection). Herb Chambers in Danvers can be OK. Kelleys is awfully deceptive, don't bother with them. 495 seemed to be a bit deceptive too, but will deal on something they have on the lot (their selection leaves a lot to be desired in my experience). Lawless can be OK. Brigham in Natick often stocks those hard to find options and offers decent pricing. I haven't been to Dan's in Westborough in 20 years, but they were competitive then.

Unfortunately the really good New England dealers were smaller and Chrysler closed them down a few years ago. Others like Baystate in Waltham and Central in Norwood changed ownership since I've shopped there a couple years ago, Dunno how they do recently.
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Unread 09-03-2013, 04:19 PM   #71
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I just bought my first Jeep last week. I got a 2014 silver limited V6 4X4 with nav for $36085 plus $499 dealer fee and $27.20 title fee. The msrp was $39585 and the invoice was $37915. Including the $499 dealer fee and excluding the title fee and sales tax (brutal here in Denver), I paid 3.5% under invoice. They had factory rebates/incentives for previous Jeep owners, new graduates, military, etc., but I didn't qualify for any of those. I also traded in an old GMC Yukon for $3750. Before pulling the trigger, I talked to a local car broker who I considered hiring. He told me that he couldn't do me any better on the new car price and that comparables to my trade-in were going for $3200-3700 at auction. Did I do OK?

I'm enjoying my first Jeep and looking forward to participating in the forum.
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Unread 09-21-2013, 09:54 PM   #72
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2014 JGC Overland 4x4 V6. No extras. MSRP - $47,190.00. Car price was $42,594.00 (No rebates or anything). Solid people and easy to do business with. Crystal Lake Jeep/Dodge/Chrysler in Crystal Lake, IL.
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Unread 09-23-2013, 01:53 PM   #73
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Thank you so much, I am looking to lease a 2014 OVerland V6, no extras, and wanted to know what the best rates people are getting?
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Unread 09-27-2013, 07:03 AM   #74
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Update on buying leasing experience

Ok, so I emailed a few dealers in my area. Then heard back from a Jeep Dealership in Morristown, NJ, about an hour freom me. I talked to a guy named Brandon on the phone, and he asked me, what a a Summit? He said that they would make a great deal for me. So, I asked him to email me. Long story short, when it is too good, walk away. For some reason this lesson left my brain. So, emailed me back, less than $500 per month (not including tax), first months payment plus fees, and I was trading in my jeep. So, I get there,(again, long story short), after an hour, one of their finance guys comes to me with a piece of paper. $524 per month with $12,000 in fees. I just looked at him for a moment and thought, wow, what a piece of s**t. I drove an hour, waited an hour, and he wants to treat me like this? anyone heard of $12,000 in fees? so, I raised my voice a little, and left. Yes, I should have known better, way better. And I do blame myself...So anyway, I have leased a lot of cars and been to many dealerships, but none of them came even close to the level of stupidity and arrogance as this dealership. The finance guy didn't say one word. So, Morristown, NJ Jeep Dealership I would recommend never going there. And the hunt continues for a good, nice dealership around my area. I would have to say this is the only downside of buying an american car. Customer service is not up to par with other vehicles in the class range, and the warranty stinks.
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Unread 09-27-2013, 02:15 PM   #75
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My OTD, including TTL, was $44,790 for this:

2014 Limited 4x4
20 in wheels
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