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Jeep Liberty, SUV
#108 of 135 Any '08 Liberty Buying Experiences?
Nov 21, 2007 (7:48 pm)
I am interested in an '08 Liberty Ltd pretty much loaded....nav, etc. Does anyone out there have any experience buying an '08? I'd like to know how much I might be able to haggle off the MSRP. I know they currently have a $1K incentive and another $1K for being a repeat Chrysler customer, but how much more might I get off?
Any info/suggestions you might have would be greatly appreciated. As my name suggests, I'm in Texas, if that makes any difference.
#109 of 135 Re: Any '08 Liberty Buying Experiences? [chigirlintexas]
Nov 26, 2007 (3:48 pm)
I'm planning to buy a similar Liberty. Considering that Chrysler just started offering buying incentives on their website, I expect they will continue offering better and more incentives.
The auto business is so slow now that by February or March of 2008, I'm guessing dealers will be starving and will offer very nice deals especially on SUVs that get less-than-great gas mileage. Let's face it by next spring the price of gas will only be higher than it is now which will only cut further into dealer sales. That's when I plan to buy mine.
#110 of 135 Long Distance Buying?
Nov 26, 2007 (4:05 pm)
I'm planning to buy a new '08 Liberty Limited in February or March of 2008, but I also plan to relocate cross country in April of 2008.
I feel that I stand a better chance of getting the exact vehicle I want here in the country's car capitol of So California than I could find in northern New England where I plan to relocate to. But I don't want to have to pay sales taxes and registration here in Cali just to get hit again with additional registration fees in New England when I relocate.
Any thoughts as to whether I can special order my new Liberty from the dealer in the New England town where I plan to relocate? I haven't contacted them yet to see if they'll even agree to this, but presuming that they will, what kind of deposit should I give them considering we're over 3000 miles apart.
#111 of 135 Good Price for a 2007 Liberty
Dec 03, 2007 (2:03 pm)
I am looking at purchasing a 2007 Liberty, manual transmission and was given a quote of about $17500. Is this good for the NY/NJ/CT area? Anyone out their want to share their recent purchasing experience? I'd love to know. Thanks!
#112 of 135 Re: Good Price for a 2007 Liberty [stefystef]
Dec 08, 2007 (4:45 pm)
I just got a 2007 liberty from Buffalo.
limited version with leather and g package(select tranc and ....)
21333+tax and fee
don't know whether it is a good deal or not.
But sounds yours price pretty fair.
#113 of 135 Re: Good Price for a 2007 Liberty [taogan]
Dec 13, 2007 (2:06 pm)
I just bought a 2007 Jeep Liberty Sport, Manual Transmission for $17,500 from Pamby Motors in CT (MSRP: $23,110) After going on websites like www.carbuyingtips.com and Edmunds, I was able to figure out the DEALERS cost (not invoice,which is more money) which includes rebates and factory-to-dealer incentives (it was $5,000 up to 12/3/07). Pamby Motors was excellent! They offered a great price, they got me a good deal on financing and warrenty and made the experiece so simple and smooth. I almost thought I wasn't in a car dealership.
You sound like you got a great deal too for the Limited with the G Package. How much was the MSRP?
I was nervous at driving manual (hadn't in about 15 years), but I slipped right back into it (like riding a bike) and I love it. How do you like your Jeep?
#114 of 135 Re: Good Price for a 2007 Liberty [stefystef]
Dec 25, 2007 (9:37 am)
The MSRP for my liberty is 28848. Yes, it is G package.
love the 4X4 full time.
#115 of 135 2008 Liberty Limited with Sky Slider...
Jun 24, 2008 (6:50 pm)
Also got Premium Groups 1 and 2, MyGig, Premium Audio, Tow Pkg, Leather (slate gray), Chrome Grill, Siding, Rear Cover, and Wheels. It's the 2WD.
Paid $300 over invoice ($29,735 before T&L) and chose the $2.99 gas instead of the rebate. Also got the maintenance plan for $1,400.00, which includes rental.
Purchased from David Ellis Jeep in Canoga Park, CA from James. Very, very cool guy. No pressure at all.
Issues so far:
*They forgot to charge the A/C system. Found this out on a 117-degree San Fernando Valley day. They fixed it right away.
*They forgot to install the little antenna. Had to go back to pick it up.
*MyGig has frozen a couple of times. Resetting has done the trick.
*Wind noise evident at 75MPH+ while Sky-Slider roof is closed.
*Only achieving about 15MPG, even with a lot of highway driving (without stop and go).