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post #1 of 10 Old 08-04-2020, 12:38 PM Thread Starter
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2020 Jeep Wrangler Sahara Altitude

I'm looking at a used Jeep Wrangler Sahara Altitude with slightly over 11,000 miles. They priced at about $38,500. Is it worth it? Should I just go brand new? is there a big difference between the Sahara Altitude and whatever model is below that?

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post #2 of 10 Old 08-05-2020, 12:08 PM
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The altitude package is mostly stickers. Honestly, would probably look at new. You only have 1 month left on the all inclusive warranty.

What extra options will play into the pricing but a base Sahara, brand new is close to $38,500, the Sahara Altitude is about $41,500. Is a $3K difference worth 11,000 miles and a shortened warranty?

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Yes, It's definitely worth it.
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Yes, It's definitely worth it.
any reasoning for this?

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any reasoning for this?
Maybe, this is the seller !
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The altitude package is mostly stickers. Honestly, would probably look at new. You only have 1 month left on the all inclusive warranty.

What extra options will play into the pricing but a base Sahara, brand new is close to $38,500, the Sahara Altitude is about $41,500. Is a $3K difference worth 11,000 miles and a shortened warranty?
Respectfully, without the op telling us what other options are included we have no way at all of telling if this is a good deal or not.

I easily just built a 2020 Sahara Altitude online that was $56k and I didn't take every option.

So it depends....

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Respectfully, without the op telling us what other options are included we have no way at all of telling if this is a good deal or not.

I easily just built a 2020 Sahara Altitude online that was $56k and I didn't take every option.

So it depends....
I did mention that, I gave base price comparisons.

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I did mention that, I gave base price comparisons.



You are not wrong but neither am I.
Didn't say you were wrong, just that we didn't have enough info to truly answer it because of the huge possible swing in values between base MSRP and fully optioned cost.


Edit - to be more clear I guess I am saying you have no way of knowing the accuracy of your last statement in the earlier post. Because you don't know if the msrp of the particular vehicle was $3k or closer to $18k more.

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post #9 of 10 Old 09-09-2020, 06:23 AM
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If you think 11000 run is not a big concern then you should go for it. Jeep vehicles are not something that gets old in such a short run. If your budget allows you then definitely look for a newer model
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If it is financed, you might look at the difference between new and used interest rates. Depending on the financing, that can add up to quite a bit.
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