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Jeep Cherokee, Jeep Grand Cherokee, SUV
#631 of 892 Re: i need help with a counteroffer... [mickeymouse1]
Aug 08, 2009 (6:05 pm)
Just returned from shopping two dealers for a Grand Cherokee Overland model. Maybe this will give you some insight on pricing.
Less $4,500 rebate, $1000 cash bonus, $1000 Conquest Cash (may only be for Mid Atlantic region) + 0% financing. (go to jeep.com and check incentives)
Both dealers gave me a price of $37k. That's $10k plus off MSRP. I think I can get it for $35K. Plus, a salesman other than mine said they will be getting more 2009 models shipped next week. This is the inventory Chrysler/Jeep did not ship when they shut down production a couple of months ago.
Agree with others -- What are these fees? I wouldn't pay them. Chrysler pays the dealers to process purchased vehicles.
Check multiple dealers websites and see how many of the model you want they have on hand. It's a buyers market!
#632 of 892 Re: i need help with a counteroffer... [quest4fun]
Aug 08, 2009 (6:13 pm)
I agree with the previous two replies. It's a bad deal, and the $1k in fees is excessive.
#634 of 892 Availability of Grand Cherokees
Aug 20, 2009 (7:35 am)
Is anyone else finding it hard to find new Grand Cherokees on anyone's lot?
#635 of 892 Price for Rocky Mountain Edition
Aug 24, 2009 (8:39 am)
Just wondering if it is a good price.
The msrp for the car is $35355. It is a rocky mountain edition with the popular equipment. The car was quoted at $33500 and you get $8500 in rebates. Is this a good deal. Thanks.
#636 of 892 Re: Price for Rocky Mountain Edition [ytsam007]
Aug 24, 2009 (6:37 pm)
Can't really help as I'm not sure what "popular equipment" could be. Check Edmund's TMV. $8500 in rebates? Wow, that's pretty good. Good luck.
#637 of 892 Re: Price for Rocky Mountain Edition [verdugo]
Aug 25, 2009 (3:09 am)
Thanks, I just did that and I am $200 dollars over TMV. I guess I did pretty well.
#638 of 892 Re: Price for Rocky Mountain Edition [ytsam007]
Aug 25, 2009 (3:55 pm)
Cool. TMV is average value. Some people paid a bit more, and some a bit less. $200 over TMV is a good price. Hope you like yours as much as we like ours.
#639 of 892 Re: Jeep Cherokee (All): Prices Paid & Buying Experience [Sylvia]
Aug 28, 2009 (9:45 am)
1998 Cherokee Sport - Used w/98K Miles in 2007 from a private seller for $3K. Since, I've had to replace the entire exhaust system including the CAT and now I've replaced the cylinder head. But, I love this truck!
#640 of 892 Jeep Grand Cherokee Overland Purchase
Sep 04, 2009 (8:01 am)
Just purchased an Overland model. Here the pricing breadown.
$45.6 k MSRP (no rear DVD) paid $36K. All rebates ($7500) inlcuded plus $1800 five (5) year full maintenance plan. Not including taxes, tags, and title. A few Overlands and good stock of Limited's around the Baltimore/DC area. Dealers are very willing to negotiate.