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AParsh135i 07-26-2013 05:49 PM

2013/2014 JK 4dr Unlimited Pricing - What discounts are you guys seeing?
 
I'm surprised there isn't a forum for talking about current discounts, rebates, incentives, and what people are actually paying for their jeeps.

I'm trying to get a handle on what great deals are out there for 2013/14 JK unlimited 4dr sport s.

Can anyone post their recent shopping experiences? MSRP asking, final negotiated prices, etc?

Edmonds said $25k for sport (not sport s), but i'm seeing used 2012 and 2013 Sport's listed for over $30k.

Thanks for advice.

RockyClymer 07-26-2013 06:42 PM

You get a discount by joining Stay the Trail....negotiate price first, then slip them the discount code...

cmashark 07-26-2013 07:45 PM

Not an unlimited, but I just bought mine. Told them I wanted Tread Lightly and Military discount. I hadn't even registered with Tread Lightly when we started. I registered in front of them on their computer. I thought they were going to ask me for the code that I didn't have, but they didn't. I still got the discount. Be ready to talk money and be ready to not only make a firm offer, but when to walk out.

aristobrat 07-26-2013 07:59 PM

If you buy a $100 membership at Tread Lightly, you'll be able to purchase at the Affiliate Rewards Program Preferred Price (1% below factory invoice).

djm 07-28-2013 03:05 AM

Can buy or order new jeep in Central Jersey at or below invoice - no problems at all ! My current 2013 Rubicon was 500 below invoice - and they still make money. I like the place I deal with because no need to haggle too much - $500 below invoice on a $40,000 something Rubicon was easy - but only was able to get $250 under invoice on a base sport Jeep to leave at the beach house. Deals are able to be made - the trick is be ready to walk away - which I have only had to do once - now there is no haggling.

fredrok 07-28-2013 01:50 PM

I ordered my '12 in May of 2011 and when it came in 8/11, I walked in with the Tread Lightly deal, already approved loan from USAA and walked out paying 3% below invoice (2% less than TL). Point is, I got that deal on a new '12 where there weren't many around and a lot of buyers because of the new engine. Play hard ball, be VERY willing to walk away (which I did twice), already have your finances in order so it's an easy transaction for them and there's no reason you shouldn't have a shot at the same deal especially since this engine's been around for years now.

JeepDrew14 07-28-2013 02:02 PM

This probably won't count, but I got my 2013 Jeep Wrangler 4dr for 24,000 after tax. Ticket price was 42,xxx plus tax .. I got a bit lucky, my aunt works for chrysler, so i got an employee discount, the sales manager is best friends with my aunt so i got an additional 4500 off and i got the 3500 cash incentive discount .. plus my trade in of a 2011 civic si ... got 15,000 for trade in, again the sales manager helped a bit with that. all equals to 24,000 after tax. got a discount on the extra 2 year warranty, and free rust inhibitor :D lol.

Deuskid 07-28-2013 08:15 PM

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Originally Posted by JeepDrew14 (Post 15728116)
This probably won't count, but I got my 2013 Jeep Wrangler 4dr for 24,000 after tax. Ticket price was 42,xxx plus tax .. I got a bit lucky, my aunt works for chrysler, so i got an employee discount, the sales manager is best friends with my aunt so i got an additional 4500 off and i got the 3500 cash incentive discount .. plus my trade in of a 2011 civic si ... got 15,000 for trade in, again the sales manager helped a bit with that. all equals to 24,000 after tax. got a discount on the extra 2 year warranty, and free rust inhibitor :D lol.

What is the '3,500 cash incentive discount'?

Thanks,

John

Nubs68 07-29-2013 06:49 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Deuskid (Post 15729413)
What is the '3,500 cash incentive discount'?

Thanks,

John

There arn't any cash incentive discounts from Jeep.....must be a dealer thing....or a "friends" thing.

Reluctant 07-29-2013 09:07 AM

13 sport, connectivity group, auto trans. $28,955 MSRP (Sticker), Invoice $28,000 flat (confirmed on trucar.com), paid $26,455 + tax/tags/title (standard in PA, separate line items from negotiated price for the truck). I also got $16K for my trade that according to KBB was worth $15,500 in EXCELLENT condition on dealer trade. My trade had some body damage, definitely NOT excellent condition & nobody gets KBB value on their trade so I consider this about another $1,500 the dealer threw into the deal. Deal works out to about 6.5% under invoice on negotiated price alone, throw in the over valued trade and I got 11% under invoice. Didn't sign up for anything to get 1% under invoice, did way better on my own. No college grad, military, owner loyalty or any discounts. I went in under my tag name (Reluctant), telling the dealer my wife wants a jeep, it's our anniversary, I think Chrysler products are crap but if they'll make me an offer I can't refuse I'll buy the truck. I guess it worked.

fredrok 07-29-2013 10:56 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Reluctant
I think Chrysler products are crap but if they'll make me an offer I can't refuse I'll buy the truck. I guess it worked.

Ain't that the truth and ironically about what I said to my dealer so he understood it was a bittersweet purchase for me.

Only if someone else made a truck just as capable......

JeepDrew14 07-29-2013 12:00 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Deuskid (Post 15729413)
What is the '3,500 cash incentive discount'?

Thanks,

John

Hey John, I'm not too sure what it was about, I know in Canada or maybe just Toronto and area, they were offering a cash discount or something ... on rams, caravans, jeeps and darts.

AParsh135i 07-29-2013 12:02 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by JeepDrew14 (Post 15728116)
This probably won't count, but I got my 2013 Jeep Wrangler 4dr for 24,000 after tax. Ticket price was 42,xxx plus tax .. I got a bit lucky, my aunt works for chrysler, so i got an employee discount, the sales manager is best friends with my aunt so i got an additional 4500 off and i got the 3500 cash incentive discount .. plus my trade in of a 2011 civic si ... got 15,000 for trade in, again the sales manager helped a bit with that. all equals to 24,000 after tax. got a discount on the extra 2 year warranty, and free rust inhibitor :D lol.

So was that a Sahara or Rubicon for $42k? Also your price of $24k after tax - that was also including the $15k from your trade? If so you really can't say that you paid $24k, you really paid $39k if that was the case.

AParsh135i 07-29-2013 12:03 PM

**Anyone had any experience with a dealership lately giving a great deal on a new 2013 vs the 2014?

littlebeale 07-29-2013 04:21 PM

I am picking up a '13 JKUR in Colorado on Wednesday. The window sticker is right over $41K, but am paying $34K and change. I wasn't able to shop around because my wife was set on Flame Red, 6-MT, color matched hard top, and heated seats. I feel like I got a fair deal, but I don't have much to compare against.


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