Originally Posted by Ron98GT
First: NO, you should get 1% below invoice (Friends & Family) plus the $1,000 Jeep rebate.
Second: posters are saying to get $2.000 off invoice plus the rebate or walk, their not saying that they got that offer. I just bought my Overland with a sticker of $47,150 and got it for 1% below the published invoice (NADA & KBB) and got the $1,000 rebate on top of that (also traded in my Rubicon and one one of my Harleys and got another $22,000 off). I used Friends and Family and the dealer used the FPP number that was on the invoice. Your salesperson will have to get a manager involved since the salespeople are clueless and the manager has to approve it anyway.
I pulled the trigger and bought the Overland for $41,370. My calculations show I did a little better than 1% under invoice
Invoice = $42,820 x 1% = $428.20
$42,820 less $428.20 = $42,391.80
$42,391.80 less $1,000 incentive = $41,391.80
I paid $41,370 plus $199 doc fee
My salesman worked his arse off looking for the right car. Even if I overpaid a little I am still happy.
Thanks for all the replies.