Originally Posted by onyx962
I've been in touch with my local dealer for a couple of weeks now regarding ordering a 2012 Jeep Grand Cherokee Laredo E 4x2 from the factory. About 10 days ago they said they had the pricing in and said the invoice was $28,451. At that time this matched the pricing listed here: http://www.wk2jeeps.com/wk2_2012_features.htm
I've been thinking it over and finally decided that I want to go ahead and do it. However I just noticed that the invoice pricing has been updated to $26,615 + $825 = $27,440. And that is only $380 different from MSRP? When I talked to them today about getting things finalized and coming in tomorrow to do paperwork, they didn't mention anything about a price change.
Jeep recently set a lower price for the Laredo, $26,995 ($26,615) plus destination. This is the finalized price for the beginning of the model year.
BUT, when ordering the Laredo E you are forced to order the "Laredo E Group" package, which is $2,000 MSRP. This brings the MSRP with destination to $29,820 and the invoice price to $28,451, which is what you were quoted.
Laredo E Group (AAE) $2,000 / $1,011
• Power 4-Way Driver Lumbar Adjust (JPU)
• Bright Side Roof Rails (MW1)
• Keyless Enter-N-Go (GX4)
• Power 8-Way Driver Seat (JPR)
• SIRIUS Satellite Radio (RSC)
• 1-Year SIRIUS Radio Service (X9B)
• For More Info, Call 888-539-7474 (X9A)
• Remote USB Port (RSX)