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Unread 10-23-2013, 07:43 AM   #121
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2014 jeep GC Laredo lease 0 down $189 a month advertised. Dealer is located in NY.
You might want to read the fine print on that lease. I've never seen anything even remotely close to that when I shopped around last year. Who is the dealer?

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Unread 10-23-2013, 08:20 AM   #122
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shanhuber,

Can you pm me the contact info on your dealer and salesman? Thanks.
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Unread 10-25-2013, 12:25 AM   #123
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If anyone is looking for the 5.5% below invoice, send a PM, and I will send the dealer info.
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Unread 10-25-2013, 10:36 AM   #124
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I pulled the trigger and put in an order today with shanhuber's dealer. I believe I posted most of the information earlier when I got a quote, but here are the details.

WKJP74 Base Limited 4x4
22H ecodiesel customer preferred package
PFS Cashmere exterior
-XL New Zealand Black/Light Frost interior
RA4 XD/NAV uconnect 8.4
AHN Luxury Group II
AWY Off-road Adventure II
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$48,785 MSRP
$46,112 Invoice price
$45,726 Friends and Family price
$43,881 Employee price

$43,651 Vehicle price from our favorite dealer

Also, significantly, there are no excessive dealer fees. My local dealers try to add up to $1,800 in fees for various items (high doc. fee, theft registration, window tinting, protection package, etc.). This dealer does not do that.
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Unread 10-25-2013, 11:31 AM   #125
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$46,112 * 0.945 = $43,576, so close enough.

And your local dealers are a rip off. The only fee i had to pay at mine was a dealer fee ($400-ish i think), which is clearly stated in a big sign as soon as you enter the finance office.

What would be interesting to see is what happens once someone shows up to pick up the car, see if they try to add things to the price. They know you'll have come a long way and are committed to getting it.
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Unread 10-25-2013, 12:33 PM   #126
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$46,112 * 0.945 = $43,576, so close enough.

And your local dealers are a rip off. The only fee i had to pay at mine was a dealer fee ($400-ish i think), which is clearly stated in a big sign as soon as you enter the finance office.

What would be interesting to see is what happens once someone shows up to pick up the car, see if they try to add things to the price. They know you'll have come a long way and are committed to getting it.
Not trying to be argumentative but to clarify for everyone. Discounts are not given on the $995 destination charge and since MSRP and other official price levels include it I am assuming his numbers do to so the math would be:

$46,112 - 995 = $45,117 * .945 = $42,636 + 995 = $43,631 (very very close)

Also, the stanhuber dealer charges $125 dealer fee (says so on the order sheet I had to sign to place order). My local dealers were $250 for this dealer/admin/junk fee so they are the lowest I have ever seen. Yours sounds a bit high from my experience. But they ALL charge it no matter what we are led to believe (it just gets hidden/relabeled). If they say "no charge" or "I'll take care of it" the simple fact is if the fee never existed in the first place you could have received a lower purchase price by that exact amount.

Regarding the adding things to the price. First, this dealer salesperson is a real straight shooter. Second, your signed order document covers that one since it details all the +/-. Now, dealers may try to sell you on additional stuff (protections, warranties, etc..) upon arrival/delivery which is normal. They are a business and you are free to say, "No thanks." What salesperson doesn't try to upsell during every customer interaction? Uh, an unemployed one!
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Unread 10-25-2013, 01:39 PM   #127
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I live in the northeast, and more specifically, i live in Corrupticut, so everything is more expensive.
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Unread 10-25-2013, 01:53 PM   #128
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I live in the northeast, and more specifically, i live in Corrupticut, so everything is more expensive.
Spent 3 years in Upstate NY. Got real tired of "paying" for NYC. Know your pain.
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Unread 10-28-2013, 06:05 PM   #129
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For those people who already ordered, would anyone care sharing what deals they got? I am starting to approach dealerships in my area and the first offer is $52191 ($54780 MSRP). I am planning to order an Overland (ecodiesel of course) with the off-road adventure II and advance tech Group packages.
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Unread 10-28-2013, 06:14 PM   #130
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I ordered an overland with those two options and I'm right at 54k.
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Unread 10-28-2013, 06:22 PM   #131
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I can get you a deal for that exact package for $48752 + tt&l. (5.5% BELOW INVOICE) PM me if interested.
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Unread 10-28-2013, 06:32 PM   #132
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I planned on working them on the price once it got there but that's one hell of a deal that's good to know.
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Unread 10-28-2013, 06:36 PM   #133
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I planned on working them on the price once it got there but that's one hell of a deal that's good to know.
Once it arrives on the lot your kind of screwed. The dealer knows you could walk away and go somewhere else, but you already have months and months invested into this one already, so they know there is good odds you won't walk. They also know if you do walk away they can just sell the thing to someone else who didn't order who just happens to come off the street and buy it. I tried to do this when we ordered my wife's, it worked for about $500.
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Unread 10-28-2013, 06:42 PM   #134
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Yeah I'm afraid what you're saying is probably very true I've already suspected that. I was interested in one in March April and May and even June and it kind of given up on them when the dealer contacted me and asked me to go ahead and order it with no deposit and no obligation but now I'm kind a hot on it just don't want them to know that. I doubt I'll be able to get anywhere close to your price. This is a local dealer who has one of my business back for many years so maybe I will be able to work him some.
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Unread 10-28-2013, 09:27 PM   #135
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'14 Limited w/Nav, Offroad I, Tow IV, and V8. $41,717 (1% under invoice). After trying to do the "Costco deal" at one dealership and them trying to screw me over big time in the process (over 3 hours ), went to my local dealer and said I didn't want to mess around and just wanted a straight up "Costco deal" (even though they aren't part of the program). No hastle, ordered exactly what I wanted, all prices (MSRP/invoice) matched what online said, lower dealer fee, and out in 30 minutes from when I walked in.
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