Originally Posted by Jim Hef
The dealer showed $305 as the option to go to the 730N.
I originally had a 730N quoted by my dealer at it showed an MSRP of $42,995 total for my Overland on the POC sheet he printed. I later decided I did not want the 730N I wanted the 430N so I had my dealer run the order again without the 730N add on. This made the new MSRP $42690 (it took the $305 added cost of the 730N off) and it showed the 430N as standard on his computer, and this was what I ordered. About a week later the dealer called to say he has new paperwork on my order and it showed an additional cost over what he based my selling price on. I got a copy of the new POC sheet he had, and guess what the new MSRP was again $42995 (Exactly $305 more), and just what it was when I had wanted the 730N even though this time I had not ordered the 730N media center.
Here is my theory of what is happening.
Chrysler is going to charge you $305 no matter which media center you order. If you get the 730N it will show as an option and the cost will be added as an option. If you order the standard 430N it not be listed as an option but will show a higher base MSRP on the POC sheet. Of course the FWP price is higher in both cases as well. This is just my theory and my dealer has not be able to get an answer from Chrysler yet as to what they are saying offically about why my price did not go down when I deleted the 730N media center.