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Jeep Wrangler, SUV
#611 of 710 Re: 1995 jeep wrangler for sale [jeep95help]
by kyfdx@Edmunds HOST
Aug 28, 2009 (3:14 am)
It's hard for the books to be accurate on a 15 yr old car.. too many variables. Personally, $5160 seems awfully high..
Post the details of your car here: Real-World Trade-In Values
Someone may be able to give you a value for it..
Also, check out the market.... There aren't many cars from '95 that will bring, $5000... even those that originally sold for a lot more than a Wrangler.
#612 of 710 Re: Guess what happened. [wolfmanii]
Aug 28, 2009 (3:48 am)
Anyway, I will see him this weekend
He lied to you, and now he wants you to go back and play games on his terms!
Why would you reward him with the prospect of your business? Why?
#613 of 710 Re: Guess what happened. [wolfmanii]
Aug 31, 2009 (3:48 pm)
Well?? Did you get the Wrangler?
#614 of 710 Re: Guess what happened. [mb789]
Aug 31, 2009 (3:49 pm)
What I really I mean is, did you find a great offer at another dealer and go there to buy one??
#615 of 710 I got my wrangler for 25300 OTD from this dealer
Aug 31, 2009 (7:36 pm)
Just got it today.
Wrangler 4x4 unlimited X manual transmission, base model + 3.37 ratio + anti spin differential
Thank you guys for all the advices.
#617 of 710 my trade in was not very successful
Aug 31, 2009 (7:38 pm)
I traded in my nissan pathfinder. But I guess Lost the game, I negotiated using
trade in value as my start point. Dealer does not want to take it, but a friend of
him took my with cash for the "GOOD" blue book trade in value.
Had I know this, I would start with private party price.
#618 of 710 Paying full price?
Sep 17, 2009 (6:13 pm)
I ordered a 2010 Jeep Rubicon about 8 weeks ago through a dealer. I am still waiting but hope to have it in next week. When I initially ordered it the sales guy say we couldn't talk price because they didn't have the 2010 pricing and couldn't know what incentives would be avialable. I didn't think too much of it at the time. He said when it gets close we will work out the numbers. I told him I am paying cash.
I spoke to the dealer this week and he was reluctant to give me a price and said "Your custom ordered a Jeep the price is the price" implying that I should be paying full price!! This was a bit of a shock to me. Is it normal pratice for dealers to expect full price on a new vehicle when it is ordered? I would expect not since they don't have the typical cost with keeping an vehicle on the lot for months at a time. I am not looking for a price at or below invoice but I am looking for a fair price.
then he pushed me and said I was obligated to get this Jeep Is that true or can I go else where and get my $500 dollar deposite back?
Any informaiton you can provide would be helpful. I want to be fair to the dealership but I am not going to be taken for a ride nor do I have intentions of paying full price.
#619 of 710 Re: Paying full price? [localhrox1]
Sep 18, 2009 (6:58 am)
Sounds like something out of a bad 'made for tv' movie.
I can't believe you're even thinking of continuing to do business with them.
Unless you've signed a contract to buy the Jeep at whatever the dealer wants to charge, you have no contract and no obligation.
Collect your deposit and run!
#620 of 710 Re: Paying full price? [localhrox1]
Sep 19, 2009 (6:16 am)
I agree - take the money and run. Other dealers are out there that would love to have your business.
I ordered a 2010 Wrangler Sahara in late July. The dealer commited to invoice + $100. The Jeep is scheduled for delivery next week. Two weeks ago the invoice arrived. It reflected a 2010 at 2009 pricing and they are honoring their commitment of invoice + $100.
They told me it was one of the first ones ordered after the 2009 production cutoff and 2010 pricing was not known at the time.