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#4 of 52 IS this a good deal
Aug 24, 2007 (2:04 pm)
07 aspen limited demo with 800miles
sales price 38695 + TTL
Sales price is good with 0% financing for 72months. Dealer said other discounts would be available only if I decline the 0% rate.
Anyone know if this is this a good deal??
#5 of 52 Price with 0% for 72 Months?
Sep 09, 2007 (7:33 am)
What kind of price should I expect to get on a well equiped Aspen Limited? My Dodge Ram lease is expiring on 10/1 and I need to buy something soon. If I can get a good price from the dealer & 0%, I'm sold.
#6 of 52 Re: Price with 0% for 72 Months? [foschus]
Sep 09, 2007 (7:47 am)
At this point, you should be able to buy for no more than invoice with you keeping any incentives if there are any in addition to the 0% for 72 months. The 2008's are already in production and should be arriving at dealerships by now. I have tried to lease a new Aspen but the residual is so bad that they are not attractive to lease at all.
Sep 15, 2007 (2:33 am)
Looking at a 2007 Aspen 4x4 with Hemi and all the bells and whistles. List price is $43,500. With a $2000 rebate, the dealer wants to discount another $3500. Can anyone advise if this is a great deal or not? As a "left over" I may lose more in depreciation as soon as the 2008 models arrive.
Also - can anyone advise what mileage you are getting? Sticker says 14 city and 18 highway.
#8 of 52 Price Paid
Oct 27, 2007 (9:02 am)
I just ordered a new 2008 Aspen, limited, 4wd, fully loaded, with 28J, popular equipment group 2, power sunroof, myGIG multimedia with navigation, and trailer tow group. My final price 41,049 and getting 3.9% financing for 60 months rather than 1,000 cash back. Steel Blue metallic. It had to be factory ordered. If the incentives get better before it comes in I can get the better incentives. The only way the cash back would be better than 3.9% would be about 3,000 and I doubt Crhysler will do that much on the Aspen, but i'm hoping. The dealer is Smith Haven Chrysler in Long Island, New York. Anyone have any comments on the deal, good or bad?
#9 of 52 Re: Price Paid [pfreeman]
Oct 27, 2007 (9:07 am)
MSRP on above is: 43,860
#10 of 52 Re: Price Paid [pfreeman]
Nov 22, 2007 (9:53 pm)
I just bought an '08 Aspen, loaded, 44,810 MSRP. The deal I got was 38,500 with the $1,000 rebate, but I took the 3.9% at 39,500 instead. We love it, except for the mpg.
Dec 29, 2007 (8:44 pm)
Anyone have an employee choice burning a hole in their pocket yet for 2007. Going in to lease a Chrysler on Monday and would love to use it!
#12 of 52 08 aspen lease
Jan 22, 2008 (7:59 pm)
What's a goodprice on an 08 aspen ltd loaded with hemi and all options except tow package...I wasquoted550 monthly with 4000 down for 36 months 12K miles.
Thanks Car man
#13 of 52 Re: 08 aspen lease [souwester]
Feb 21, 2008 (12:43 pm)
I just leased yesterday in the Atlanta metro area an 08 Aspen Limited, MSRP was about 39K. I leased for 39 months, 15k miles/year. The lease was no money down, sign and drive for $527/month (including 7% tax).