Mauss, with any gas guzzling SUV, rebates + dealer markdowns will occur. I have seen dealers reduce prices around 6700 off msrp
Wow... I've been thinking of waiting tell my wife's Liberty is paid off to trade it in for a Commander (in three years), but if I see that kind of deal on a HEMI with zero percent financing, I'd jump on that one.
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Almost. It's the average length of time the vehicle sits on a dealer lot before it is sold.
I think the typical car might sit on a lot for 55 days or so.
So, you can get a sense of supply and demand for a particular vehicle in relative terms to other vehicles based on the time.
Its really good for the consumer, its more ammo to use against dealerships when getting a deal, on cars that dont sell well you should never pay at or over invoice ever. Such as on the 06 Suburban, you can find a NEW Suburban for nearly 12-13k off sticker, thats ALOT when you consider most are in the 40-45k range.
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i took the 5000.00 off . you can get an elaon with 6.15% interest. it works out to be about 2.00 cheaper than 0% . But you will owe 2500.00 less. that may matter if you have to take another loan for something else. also if you unforntunately die your heirs will owe 2500.00 less also. You can also pay a little more each month and actually drive the interest down some. take the rebate and owe less.
I have an 04 Grand Cherokee Limited. Jeep will let me get into something else now that I'm 2 years into the lease. Does anyone know how this works? Will I have to put money down again? And with the "Employee Pricing" going on, what should I be paying for a Commander? I don't need the HEMI.