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post #1 of 5 Old 08-14-2020, 09:41 PM Thread Starter
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Invoice pricing?

Does anyone have invoice pricing for the Cherokee. My mother-in-law is in the market for one and just curious what a reasonable price is. Inventory doesn't seem great locally for what she is looking for so if she has the patience she may have to wait and order a 2021, but any help would be appreciated.

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post #2 of 5 Old 08-19-2020, 11:32 AM
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No idea on what invoice pricing is, but usually has it on its website.
Our lease on our 2018 is up next month, and in the Northeast, Cherokee Limited's are as rare as Unicorns. We have half a dozen Jeep dealers and there isn't one in stock.
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We can’t possibly tell him the “invoice pricing” without knowing the trim and accessories she wants. MSRP can range from $26,000 to over $50,000. And “invoice” means little anymore, many dealers will discount well below that value since there isn’t much difference between the two. Dealers don’t make money selling cars, they make it in the service department. What the OP needs is a listing of what others are paying, from sites like TruCar, etc.

Remember that you can negotiate the price of any vehicle you order, just like buying one off the lot.


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Larger and volume dealers receive discounts and incentives directly from the factory, smaller dealerships won't be able to discount as much generally.
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Invoice pricing is a myth.

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Originally Posted by Fldvr View Post
Invoice pricing is a myth.
This. With the way dealership financing works (how they buy from FCA), rebate incentives, interest incentives, volume discounts, etc., etc., "invoice pricing" is nothing but a sales tool to make buyers feel like they're getting a good deal.
No dealership EVER pays "invoice" on any vehicle they buy.

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