Use the DC group buy pricing as a comparison. Take the sum of invoice prices
for the vehicle and options, add $995 (destination), then multiply that total by 0.93 (i.e., deduct 7%). Finally, add $499 (group buy dealer fee), apply any eligible discounts, and you will have a final price before registration and sales tax. It's a very transparent process, but buyers report that leasing terms and trade-in offers are not very competitive. The deal is available for orders on 2015 models, but you'll need to look at 2015 invoice prices. Jeep is currently offering financing at 0% for 3 years on 2014 models, but that will likely not be available on the 2015 vehicles.
Originally Posted by jlaskin
Hi everyone! Considering end of the month incentives for a dealer to sell any existing Grand Cherokees on their lot, is $48000 a good deal for us to consider purchasing a 2014 Overland Eco Diesel with Off Road Trail Rated Package? Should discounts be applied on top of this as well? Thank you.