Originally Posted by slampert
...Have a look at the Huntington Beach dealer for example who is offering Overland's and Limited models at $4500-$6500 off MSRP right on their website !! Yes, there's some fine print....
"If it sounds too good to be true...". The fine print and other factors will reduce the discount considerably. You have to be a Chrysler lessee to get $1500 of the discount, and you must trade-in a Chrysler vehicle to get $1,000 of the discount. Most likely they will lowball any trades, which means for a somewhat newer trade-in they could "recoup" thousands. And working on thin margins you can bet you are going to get some heavy arm-twisting in the finance office for add-ons such as an extended warranty and other common high-profit packs. And they'll likely make some additional profit on financing.