Re: 2014 V6 Pricing Option-- Good/bad deal?
My problem is that I'm American over here, with the military, so I get the American cars (and can compare directly to American pricing), but would have to have a separate warranty-- their warranty covers me overseas, which isn't always the case with the regular warranties, unfortunately.
So their deal right now is getting the 2014 at the 2013 price, plus an extra $2k between loyalty and military discounts. So the MSRP is from the full price on their documents, not necessarily the regular price sheets.
I guess that's why I'm looking at whether, if I subtract the ~$4K premium I'm paying for shipping/special warranty, if that would be a good deal-- so for the Overland, if we compared that to ~ $45K purchase price stateside.