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Re: Deal or no deal on remaining 2014 overland

Definitely a starting point to negotiate...I bet they come back about $8k off msrp.

My build date was Dec 22, 2014 and not one single issue.


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Re: Deal or no deal on remaining 2014 overland

The cheapest 2014 Overland around that MSRP is around $43K (see cars.com or similar).


Lot depends on the deal you get on your trade.


They are not generally "2 years old". MY14 started early.


As others said, stick with anything built after Aug 2013. I had Aug 2013 built limited with 27K and it was great.


If the build date is over a year, you could be asking for trouble having it sit around that long. Or there is something about that dealer or that vehicle that has a hidden issue. It's just not normal to have inventory around that long. For example customer didn't accept it because of damage or something. Not worth the risk to save a few $K.
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Re: Deal or no deal on remaining 2014 overland

Opppps. Misread your original post, I thought you were offered $40K but now see you were going to offer $40K.
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Re: Deal or no deal on remaining 2014 overland

I bought a late build 2014 overland in the Chicago area in October for $41,000. Especially towards the end of month and sales numbers to hit. I think I also lucked out with a new sales manager that was pretty aggressive.


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Re: Deal or no deal on remaining 2014 overland

Going along with what mswlogo said above about build dates, that leads me a to a quick question I had regarding my recent new purchase of a 2014 Summit. I looked at the mfr date and it's 04/2014. What's weird is I first test drove the vehicle and it only had 21 miles on it. So it's not like it sat at the dealer and was test driven to heck for a year or whatever. So a vehicle with a mfr date of 04/2014, just how long would it take that vehicle to get to a dealer? A few weeks or a month or so? So is it really possible that my Summit sat untouched for almost an entire year? I have over 300 miles on the thing now and it looks and drives absolutely perfectly. I see no signs of this thing being dissected and returned to the manufacturer 3 times over lol. I don't know maybe it's sort of normal for a few vehicles to just not get picked up for that long. Either way I friggin love this thing!!
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Going along with what mswlogo said above about build dates, that leads me a to a quick question I had regarding my recent new purchase of a 2014 Summit. I looked at the mfr date and it's 04/2014. What's weird is I first test drove the vehicle and it only had 21 miles on it. So it's not like it sat at the dealer and was test driven to heck for a year or whatever. So a vehicle with a mfr date of 04/2014, just how long would it take that vehicle to get to a dealer? A few weeks or a month or so? So is it really possible that my Summit sat untouched for almost an entire year? I have over 300 miles on the thing now and it looks and drives absolutely perfectly. I see no signs of this thing being dissected and returned to the manufacturer 3 times over lol. I don't know maybe it's sort of normal for a few vehicles to just not get picked up for that long. Either way I friggin love this thing!!
Typically 2-4 weeks. I would not be concerned if it's less than a year.
Even mine that sat for a couple months in frigid weather with tons of snow, I think the sunroof drains were frozen.

Usually if one sits for a long time. It's got an uncommon set of options or colors.
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Re: Deal or no deal on remaining 2014 overland

My 2014 Overland V8 4x4 has about 37,000 miles on it and has only had two minor problems, so go get that good deal, but only if you can pay cash. Otherwise, avoid vehicle debt. Your existing vehicle should go another 100,000 miles with few problems, so why do you want to throw it away?

The two problems on mine - the ignition switch fell into the instrument panel (a real fluke), and the oil pressure sender went bad.
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My 2014 Overland V8 4x4 has about 37,000 miles on it and has only had two minor problems, so go get that good deal, but only if you can pay cash. Otherwise, avoid vehicle debt. Your existing vehicle should go another 100,000 miles with few problems, so why do you want to throw it away?
People see things differently so telling someone to only pay cash for a $40,000+ vehicle isn't necessarily the best choice for everyone. I mean you could say that about anything regarding debt, why pick on vehicle debt? Why get a mortgage, why have cell phone payments, or student loans etc etc. I personally would prefer that $40,000 in my savings account collecting interest or available to use for emergencies or just to have. Interest rates are still nice and low. IMO, get the car and still keep the money in your bank. Well obviously out a good down payment down so payments aren't through the roof, but I guess I just don't understand the only pay cash thing.
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Re: Deal or no deal on remaining 2014 overland

I just bought my 14 leftover Overland last Saturday. Sticker 47190, I paid 39634 +tax and tags.
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People see things differently so telling someone to only pay cash for a $40,000+ vehicle...but I guess I just don't understand the only pay cash thing.
Cash HURTS your negotiating position for a vehicle, always....Dealers make serious coin (1/2 to 3% of sale price) for arranging the loan. Getting that gives them more more wiggle room. A cash sale removes that wiggle room.
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Engine problems?
Those ambulance chasers aren't even aware that the MIL light is almost always a trivially fixable issue?

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Cash HURTS your negotiating position for a vehicle, always....Dealers make serious coin (1/2 to 3% of sale price) for arranging the loan. Getting that gives them more more wiggle room. A cash sale removes that wiggle room.
It only hurts if you mention cash at the beginning--and it doesn't always hurt.
If someone asks if you'll be financing, just tell them "it depends" and nail down both the sale price as well as the price on the trade-in.
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