Originally Posted by Milous
Pricing is typically released within a few days of the production startup which is more than a month away.
So it sounds like dealerships will place orders now less based on the exact dollar amount of Invoice/MSRP and more based on the number/ratio of overlands, laredos, different options, colors, etc. they expect to sell in their region. 1-3% changes in price aren't going to vastly alter projected demand.
If that's the case, it would mean that a dealership couldn't really make you a deal on a 2012 until mid-July. They could theoretically order one for you but couldn't quote you an exact price.
All that correct?
Milous - you mentioned before that there were "many" reasons you would wait for a 2012. Besides the 6-speed for the V8, what are the top few? Are the new colors that awesome?
It's a tough question of whether to buy an outgoing 2011 on sale or wait since it seems like there are a number of deals out there on the 2011 Overland (zag.com is giving me guaranteed prices, confirmed by dealers, of $750-1500 under invoice, and a few dealers hungry to get outgoing 2011s off the floor wanted to work with me from there) and I'm wondering if they are planning to both raise prices and tighten up incentives/negotiating room when the 2012s come out. Seems like it was hard to get a good deal when the '11s first showed up.