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#389 of 710 2007 Wrangler 4dr, Sahara pricing
Jun 25, 2007 (10:32 am)
I'm trying to find out what prices people are paying for their new wranglers. I'm looking at a 4dr sahara, auto, 2 wheel drive, hardtop and 18" wheels, with no other options and their MSRP is $28064, which is about a grand over the MSRP configured from Jeep's website, and their "internet price" is $26323. Has anyone out there been getting a better deal, if you call it that? I'm wondering if I have any more room for negotiations? I know that the MSRP has continued to rise over the past year from Jeep but does that mean that their invoice has gone up too? Since the price now is reaching the $30000 mark after taxes and fees I'm wondering if this is worth the money with Diamler-Chrysler's declining quality and dismal 3yr/36000 mile warranty. Any info would be greatly appreciated.
#390 of 710 Re: 2007 Wrangler 4dr, Sahara pricing [podmed2002]
Jun 25, 2007 (10:41 am)
I'm looking at a 4dr sahara, auto, 2 wheel drive, hardtop and 18" wheels, with no other options.......
If you ever want to sell it, or trade it, you might want to consider 4wd.
I know that the MSRP has continued to rise over the past year from Jeep but does that mean that their invoice has gone up too?
I'm wondering if this is worth the money with GM's declining quality.......
#391 of 710 Re: 2007 Wrangler 4dr, Sahara pricing [mac24]
Jun 25, 2007 (10:53 am)
Sorry, had GM on the mind for some reason. LOL. I guess what I should have said was the american auto makers as a whole.
#392 of 710 Re: 2007 Wrangler 4dr, Sahara pricing [podmed2002]
Jun 25, 2007 (11:07 am)
At least you didn't confuse it with an import.
Actually, while anyone can produce the odd lemon, Jeep's build quality has been very good for many years now.
#393 of 710 Re: 4DR/WD Saharas Still at MSRP? [jefferson1964]
Jun 27, 2007 (6:31 am)
I checked the LAX carmax as well as on in georgia i think that is selling new jeeps. I called and they told me I had to be resident of that state to take advantage of the price.
I'm not an attorney but I find that totally w/o merit that one can charge non residents higher prices.
#394 of 710 Re: 4DR/WD Saharas Still at MSRP? [kgabehurt]
Jun 27, 2007 (7:15 am)
I contacted CarMax and the rep stated that NO, CarMax does NOT charge higher prices on their quoted new vehicles from
#395 of 710 Re: 4DR/WD Saharas Still at MSRP? [kgabehurt]
Jun 27, 2007 (11:31 am)
After reading someone post here regarding CarMax charging more for out-of-state sales I came upon a response from another car message board: "and even though they may receive a stairstep or other kind of manufacturer incentive for volume"... Is a stairstep the same as holdback?
#396 of 710 Re: 4DR/WD Saharas Still at MSRP? [kgabehurt]
Jun 27, 2007 (11:55 am)
It's just a way of describing one of the many remuneration programs for selling at higher volume levels. All manufacturers use them to one degree or another, but none are written in stone and often change from month to month.
Hypothetical example, sell up to 10 cars this month, no incentive. Sell 15 and get an extra $100 per car, sell 25 and get an extra $500 per car over the 15. Or maybe it gets paid on every car over ten, and maybe it doesn't get paid until the next quarter.
It can be of benefit to you if your deal takes the dealer to that 'stair step' to the next level, but it's not something you can count on when negotiating.
#397 of 710 Re: 4DR/WD Saharas Still at MSRP? [mac24]
Jul 06, 2007 (10:13 am)
I was reading the June sales numbers form the "Big 3" and saw where the Jeep Wrangler plant (I believe is in Ohio) has been working OT for the last 3 weeks. Anyone here work at this plant? If so how long will this OT continue?
#398 of 710 SAFETY RECALL G25
Jul 09, 2007 (11:15 am)
Hello. today I received a SAFETY RECALL G25-REPROGRAM TIPM-ENGINE STALLING. Someone mentioned stalling on this site a while ago and it looks like it's been a problem.They note that "...Totally Integrated Power Module on vehicle was programmed with software that may allow the engine to stall under certain operating conditions . This could cause a crash without warning . " So....I'm bringing my RUBI back.It's supposed to take about 1/2 hour. I hope !