Re: Deal on leftover 2014?
I believe that was invoiced at around 41K originally. That being said, I have no idea of incentives, and given it has 2K already, I'd be thinking more like this:
41,000 - 2000 = 39,000
Incentives? Maybe Jeep is offerning dealer 5,000?
39,000 - 5,000 = 34,000
Mileage? I don't know, take another 2,000 off? Heck, even at $0.25 per mile you are at $500, so let's go easy at $1,000.
34,000 - 1,000
These are all guesses mind you.
On the other hand, a 2015 is going to run you back up to that $41,000 mark (invoice), so if it is in the color/option you want, why pay the extra $5,000?
Probably no help, but good luck!
2014 Overland Blk/Lt Frost
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