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Jeep Cherokee, Jeep Grand Cherokee, SUV
#682 of 892 Re: Jeep Cherokee (All): Prices Paid & Buying Experience [Sylvia]
Mar 23, 2010 (12:38 pm)
I bought a 2000 maroon Jeep Cherokee for 3,000 from a family member about a year ago,with high mileage, but I enjoy it its got everything I need in a vehicle... everything works and its in good condition. It has power windows and locks and a working cd and radio and luggage racks, and all else. It gets about 18 mpg which isnt awful but I had better. Anyway does this seem like a fair price? Like I said it is in good condition and has been taken care of.
#683 of 892 Re: Jeep Cherokee (All): Prices Paid & Buying Experience [arkjeepgurl22]
Mar 23, 2010 (4:16 pm)
Yes. That looks like a fair price. It's somewhat hard to say not knowing exactly what the mileage is and what options it has.
You should be able to find what it's worth on this site (look up to the top green bar) or over here as well: http://www.nadaguides.com/Cars/2000/Jeep
#684 of 892 '10 Jeep Grand Cherokee
Jun 21, 2010 (6:50 pm)
Has anyone purchased a Jeep Grand Cherokee recently, as the last post was nearly 3 months ago? I'm curious what others have been paying or what they've gotten as quotes given there's a new model coming out.
#685 of 892 Re: '10 Jeep Grand Cherokee [nh_1]
Jun 21, 2010 (8:34 pm)
After much thought, I just purchased a white 2011 Jeep Cherokee Laredo X V-6 4X4 package. It should be built and delivered by mid-September.
I paid $34,790 (With Tow Package)+ TTL and will recieve any rebates that come out until delivery. I figured that this is close to invoice for the X-package and not such a bad deal.
#686 of 892 Re: Jeep Cherokee (All): Prices Paid & Buying Experience [Sylvia]
Jun 25, 2010 (1:42 pm)
Just bought a 2010 "X" with nav. 3.7 liter. Stickered 38,795. Financed through dealer 3.99% with $4792 off and $6,000 in rebates. Paid $28,003.00. I know its not the 2011 but thought I did well.
#687 of 892 Re: Brand New G.C. 4x4 Laredo for $15,000 Out the Door! [verdugo]
Jun 26, 2010 (9:39 am)
#688 of 892 Best Deal on GC Laredo or Limited
Jul 29, 2010 (6:23 am)
I am ready to buy my wife a new SUV and Jeep is on the short list. I am interested to learn what others have paid recently. The options/configurations can be confusing. I am looking for a V6, 4wd, Nav, moon roof, leather and most interior convenience/comfort features. I am shopping in metro chicago. Thank you.
#689 of 892 Re: Best Deal on GC Laredo or Limited [guugos]
Jul 29, 2010 (12:01 pm)
guugos- I have been looking at the new Grand Cherokee indepth, for what you are looking for, it would have to be the X-package Lardeo. The base Laredo doesn't have leather, the X package does, as well as the limited and overland. Although I am not looking for the same configuration as you are, I am looking for the Overland (leather, nav, sunroof all included in the MSRP already) I can get a V6 version for a hair over 40,000. I am waiting for the all so hopeful incentives to finally come out the first week of August before I do anything though, in hopes of a rebate or 0% Apr... Hope this helps.
#690 of 892 Re: Best Deal on GC Laredo or Limited [j13ntv]
Jul 29, 2010 (12:37 pm)
Thanks for the input. we visited a jeep dealer today and learned that the model we really want that has everything we need and nothing we dont is a GC Limited V6. They had one in the wrong color but was told the price would be around 38,700 for the model we want. Still a bunch of cash for a Jeep.
#691 of 892 Re: Best Deal on GC Laredo or Limited [j13ntv]
Jul 31, 2010 (4:16 pm)
Thanks. We were at another Chicagoland jeep dealer today. it seems our desired configuration is now a limited with V-6 engine. The dealer would not go below 38K before tax and title. No financing incentives either. Moving to a Honda Pilot.