instead of creating a new thread, ill piggyback onto this one.
im also looking for a 2014+ Overland. I've actually found a few I like online, none are in my area but im not surprised. I live in Tennessee.
I had planned on purchasing one this past weekend after emailing back and forth with a dealer(who was incredibly nice and helpful). Friday, when I got off work, I sent a few emails and called a few times asking if the vehicle was still available because he stated I could drop a small refundable deposit to place jeep on hold for 24 hours. He finally responded later and said the jeep was sold. I thought this might happen, because it was priced well for the amount of miles. So come Saturday, I notice the vehicle is still on every website for cars including the dealership. I send an availability request under a fake name and an old email. I'm told the Jeep is STILL available and always has been. I reply saying I was lied to about it being sold. Then the dealer who lied sends a text a few minutes later saying, "your overland is available now".
I get an email from one dealer saying "it was sent to get a recall taken care of", text from another dealer saying "financing didn't go through for buyer".....
anyways, now I'm in a spot where I still do want the Overland but idk if I trust or want to deal with the dealership. Plus I'd have to drive 5-6 hours to get it.
how common is getting a vehicle shipped? what if you get it shipped and you see something you don't like or you just notice something wrong? having a vehicle shipped scares me but I'd love the convenience.