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Best Price for 2014 Ecodiesel Trail Rated Overland

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.


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Re: Best Price for 2014 Ecodiesel Trail Rated Overland

Best new order out-the-door price I found in my area (Colorado) for 2014 JGC Overland 4X4 EcoDiesel ATG ORA2 was 54.4K. Therefore I would say you found a great deal since my price is still around 50K after subtracting tax and dealer fees. I'm probably gonna wait for '15 unless I find something good like you found.
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Best Price for 2014 Ecodiesel Trail Rated Overland

Thanks for the feedback. Yes $48000 is a great deal, but with heavy depreciation as 2015's get rolled out, not sure if it's as good a deal anymore. Hoping for some new slightly improved model despite claims of little change. It's a gamble and probably won't be as easy to negotiate on a special order.


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Re: Best Price for 2014 Ecodiesel Trail Rated Overland

Paid $48.5 for my 4X4 Overland with ATG, ORAII, Diesel, Block Heater via the Texas Group Buy. MSRP $54.875.
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Re: Best Price for 2014 Ecodiesel Trail Rated Overland

That's a good deal too! Any burning smell during idling for the first 50 miles or so? I noticed thus during the test drive. So far so good? No major issues?


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Re: Best Price for 2014 Ecodiesel Trail Rated Overland

Not during the first fifty, but noticed it after about 1300. Very briefly when I got back into the garage. I'm a bit over 2800 now, and haven't ever noticed it since, and haven't had any problems at all. GREAT vehicle!
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Re: Best Price for 2014 Ecodiesel Trail Rated Overland

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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.
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Paid $48.5 for my 4X4 Overland with ATG, ORAII, Diesel, Block Heater via the Texas Group Buy. MSRP $54.875.
OP's quote does not seem to include ATG. In that case I'd say $48k is higher by about $1000. Still a decent price, but not earth-shattering.

Yes any incentives you qualify for (previous lessee, or lessee of competitive vehicle, or military bonus cash) would be applied on top of that price.
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Re: Best Price for 2014 Ecodiesel Trail Rated Overland

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.


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