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Jeep Wrangler, SUV
#442 of 710 Re: 2007 Unlimited x [mac24]
Aug 03, 2007 (8:26 am)
There are very professional dealers than there are anything but. I've dealt with both trying to find a 2-door Rubicon for a good price recently. The dealers are currently only selling low margin vehicles. Gas prices and people holding cars longer (because I believe they're more quality built today) are but two reasons. Still the Jeep Wrangler is sexy and premium pricing is intact. Either wait and or do your leg work. Maybe just maybe you'll find a dealer that will go half way with you. If not, then don't complain (not you personally) if you allowed your emotions to over ride your common sense. People love their vehicles in America. And dealers know all too well the latest craze are money makers. Problem is for them now those money making SUV's and trucks are not selling well. That's makes a "gotta have" unit even more valuable to them. Milk the cow until she dries up is not just an old farmer adage.
#443 of 710 Re: 2007 Unlimited x [kgabehurt]
Aug 04, 2007 (7:27 am)
Amen men borther!
#444 of 710 Re: 2007 Unlimited x [sathomps10]
Aug 14, 2007 (6:49 am)
Where or where are the 08' option price lists? Edmunds just has the base prices listed NO options however. What's Jeep waiting for X-mas?
#445 of 710 Ever Incentives on Wranglers?
Aug 14, 2007 (8:16 pm)
Does Jeep (Chrysler Financial) ever offer 0% financing on Wranglers?
#446 of 710 Re: Ever Incentives on Wranglers? [mb789]
Aug 15, 2007 (7:31 am)
#447 of 710 Re: 2007 Unlimited x [sathomps10]
Aug 16, 2007 (12:46 pm)
Mr/Ms sathomps10, I don't know what I said to make you so mad. If you read both of my posts on this, you will note I acknowledge what I spent and how I like it. As a later post mentioned, the dealer makes it on other services of which I was not made to feel real welcome on. Your post suggested that I am an idiot for saying what I did or thinking what I do. I do have a bit of experience in purchasing vehicles as I have owned over 30 cars in my 40+ years on this planet and over half of them were from dealers. In my experience, this was one of least "positve" purchases I had (and for a vehicle which was one of the most expensive). I did expect to meet the sales manager and the service manager which I did in all but the smallest dealers before and I have felt "special" in most of those instances.
I mostly take offense on the tone concerning my intelligence. Being a physician and teacher with a tiny bit of education I would have a question with what I said and what it had to do with my intelligence. Especially when the questioner cannot spell "vehicle".
Aug 17, 2007 (6:27 am)
Forget any negative posts sir. They're all over the internet. As for your purchase good for you.
#449 of 710 Re: INSULT [kgabehurt]
by kyfdx@Edmunds HOST
Aug 17, 2007 (6:53 am)
That's good advice!!
#450 of 710 Re: INSULT [kyfdx]
Aug 17, 2007 (6:36 pm)
Forgotten! Bottom line, I love my Jeep! 2000 miles on the vehicle and had to tow a 2000+ lb trailer. Cut out the overdrive and had 17 mpg to boot. Came home, dropped the top and took my wife out for a fun in the sun cruise. Not too many vehicles can do that.
#451 of 710 Re: INSULT [sciguy85]
Aug 18, 2007 (6:14 am)
I received this memo from a Jeep dealer in LA. Any input as to the truth of this? Seems pretty extended time-wise does it not?
AT THE PRESENT TIME JEEP HAS STOPPED SPECIAL ORDERS FOR 2007 AND ORDERS FOR 2008 WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED UNTIL LATE SEPTEMBER EARLY NOVEMBER.