Originally Posted by Roki303
How do I play this card? I want to order 2014 and I have 1% below invoice via my employer.
How do you work with dealers on this? Do I mention the discount upfront or let them first order 2014 and then when it comes down to paying tell them about the discount. There is no invoice pricing yet and I don't want them to discurage working with me.
Personally I would work with Pat on this forum to get this done but expecting newborn in next couple of days so doing a road trip for Chicago is probably not going to be possible (although under normal circumstances we would probably do it).
Any advice would be helpful!
Using the 1% below invoice is very easy. You should present it up front. In my case case, the dealer printed everything out for me and pricing matched exactly to the invoice pricing I looked up on the WK2 website at the time. They had no problem at all honoring the 1% and to be honest, completley saved all the back and forth in negociating. (I ordered a limited with options and did the whole deal in 20 minutes) The only disadvantage you have is not knowing the price, but I do not think they would take adavatage of this. The dealer has to print out the ionvoice off the Chrysler system.
The other side benefit for my 2012 was that it also reduced their paperwork fee from $150 to $75. The chrysler number I got through my company was good for a calendar year. I am not sure it there are ones out there with shorter time frames. As some have said, negociating a better price is possible, but I would suspect a lot moer difficult to do on a new model, and only for those vehicles already on the lot.