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Jeep Cherokee, Jeep Grand Cherokee, SUV
#878 of 892 Re: 2014 Jeep Cherokee Limited 4x4 V8 [car_enthuzed]
May 03, 2013 (11:33 am)
I purchased my 535x through Passport BMW in Maryland. Never actually went to the dealer. They had great inventory and had the exact model I wanted. Go to any BMW dealer and pick out what you want. Make, model color etc. Then see if Passport has it. Really shop around first and then lowball them on the offer. You will be surprised what they will agree to. Tell the salesperson on the phone to run the number by the manager.
#879 of 892 Re: Buying a new vehicle damaged at factory and repaired [blx]
May 03, 2013 (11:46 am)
2014s are out so I don't think this is a great deal. Plus the damage will end up on a carfax report making resale problematic. The 2014s also have a new 8speed transmission and the display screen for nav/radio/climate is much larger and better. I think if you push hard you can get 10-11% off of MSRP on an undamaged new model. So an Overland going for around 48k you should be able to get for 43k.
#880 of 892 2014 Jeep Grand Cherokee Overland
May 21, 2013 (9:04 am)
I just completed the deal for a black on black 2014 Jeep Grand Cherokee Overland 4X4 with the V8 Hemi engine in the Seattle area. I initially wanted to make a deal on a 2013 Overland that was on a different dealer's website, but then I saw a deal on this dealership's website for $3500 off of invoice on 2014 Grand Cherokees, including the $500 graduate incentive.
The MSRP was $49,185 and was priced at $43,212. I told the dealership that I wouldn't step foot on the lot unless they sent me all of the numbers, and when they did I went immediately to complete the deal. The vehicle was still in transit when I initially wanted to see it, but they "rushed" it in within two days.
The dealer waived an added on $395 for window etching (an apparent theft deterrent) that I told them not to do since the vehicle was not on yet their lot (but they still did), and when they told me that the graduate incentive didn't cover my vehicle, they still took the $500 off.
One other dealership in Kirkland, WA that I visited before I talked to Tacoma Dodge said they would match the $3500 off price, but played games when it came time to talk numbers, so I walked immediately.
I am not sure how Dodge Tacoma made the deal work on a popular new vehicle, but I am happy they did.
#881 of 892 May 2013 - 2014 Grand Cherokee Limited 2WD Money Factor/Residual
May 28, 2013 (9:40 am)
Does anyone know the May 2013 lease rates (money factor and residual value) for a 2014 Jeep Grand Cherokee Limited 2WD V6? I am considering both a 24 month and 36 month lease at 15,000 miles per year. Also what kind of sales prices are people getting?
I am looking at vehicle with an MSRP of $38,680.
#882 of 892 Need quick help 2012 Grand Cherokee purchase
Jul 31, 2013 (6:09 pm)
I'm about to buy a 2012 Grand Cherokee (Laredo) with the X package (limited)...10200 miles on it. Looks Brand New. Total with tax and tags is $30,500. This thing is loaded...but I don't want to make a bad decision.
Please offer me advice if this is a good (or bad) deal...
#883 of 892 Jeep GC Limited 4x4
Aug 14, 2013 (3:41 am)
Hey, how much should I pay for a JGC Limited V6 with or without navigation? Is it crazy to think I could pay 36,000?
Sep 10, 2013 (2:57 pm)
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#885 of 892 Re: 2014 Jeep Cherokee Limited 4x4 V8 [camrydc]
Sep 20, 2013 (2:18 pm)
I like to know what you think of the 2014 limited ride, quality, features and was it worth 40k
#886 of 892 jeep grand cherokee roof racks
Sep 24, 2013 (2:36 pm)
I am a long term Jeep Grand Cherokee owner and really liked the new vehicle until I looked at the roof racks. I've owned my current grand cherokee for 20 years and love it. I went to look at the new vehicle and on the surface it looks great, but I am having a terrible time getting my questions on the vehicle answered and my questions are very basic. I'm trying to figure out if it is just that I moved from CA to Naples, FL and the people who work at the dealer are dense and lame or the just basically changed the vehicle. Probably a combination of the two is the real answer. My problem is simple. I use the roof racks on my current vehicle all the time, but the new roof rack looks whimpy and lame. You can buy the cross bar, but there is no place to hook straps. The people at the Naples dealership are clueless and lame when you ask them any question. My guess is their clientele in Naples must be 80 year old who don't use roof racks, but for me I use them all the time on my current vehicle and was planning on doing so in the future. My current vehicle has the elevated rails plus holes for hooking up straps. The new vehicle doesn't appear to have any place for hooking up straps, the cross bar awful with no accomodation for hooking up straps. I am looking at higher end vehicle like the Infinity, Audi, Cadillac and they are all superior. It appears that the Jeep went from the best roof rack system to the worst. You would think this would be an area of strength. Why???
#887 of 892 Re: 2014 Jeep Cherokee Limited 4x4 V8 [brian125]
Sep 25, 2013 (6:30 pm)
Can anyone comment on the new 2014 model.
I am not a big Chrysler fan and still think this jeep is not worth the money. any thoughts/ comments on this new model.