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Re: Smarter to buy used 2014 or New 2014?

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Take a trip out here to the NorCal Bay Area and snag this brand new Overland hold over from 2014:

New New 2014 Jeep Grand Cherokee Overland 4x4 For Sale | San Leandro CA 1C4RJFCT8EC493994
Thats a whole lot of jeep for not a lot of price. And its a V8. Tempting except I am not a fan of the interior. Im more of a light frost/beige kind of guy. That indigo blue doesnt do it for me. But damn someone is going to get a hell of a deal on that

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Re: Smarter to buy used 2014 or New 2014?

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Thats a whole lot of jeep for not a lot of price. And its a V8. Tempting except I am not a fan of the interior. Im more of a light frost/beige kind of guy. That indigo blue doesnt do it for me. But damn someone is going to get a hell of a deal on that
Yep killer deal. That's a great example of when buying low mileage used doesn't make much sense when you can get brand new for the same price.

I actually dig the Indigo interior but I'm going for a Summit when I pull the trigger and that color isn't offered. Now that I've test driven a 2015 Summit with the new Black/Dark Sienna Brown combo interior that's the one I'm getting.
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Yep killer deal. That's a great example of when buying low mileage used doesn't make much sense when you can get brand new for the same price.

I actually dig the Indigo interior but I'm going for a Summit when I pull the trigger and that color isn't offered. Now that I've test driven a 2015 Summit with the new Black/Dark Sienna Brown combo interior that's the one I'm getting.
I test drove the Summit today for the first time. That cabin is insanely quiet. The acoustic glass and noise canceling really makes an impact. The HK stereo isnt too bad either.

I wish they made it the Summit with a lighter interior. Sand or whatever is the lightest offering and even that is pretty dark
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Re: Smarter to buy used 2014 or New 2014?

Get a 4X4 and ditch the tubular side rails from the dealer as they charge too much for accessories like that especially since they're much cheaper everywhere else if you just like having those. Good for you walking away,buy yourself a new one and drive away happy without any headaches. 😉
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Re: Smarter to buy used 2014 or New 2014?

I bought a 2014 grand cherokee summit I can't stop smiling everytime I drive it I live in northern Ireland hopeing to take it a run to London at back next year to see what she's like on a long trip
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Re: Smarter to buy used 2014 or New 2014?

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Would a dealer offer a good enough bargain on a brand new 2014 to get it off the lot vs. what a used could go for?
Yes and/or no. You'll never know until you do the legwork yourself.
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Re: Smarter to buy used 2014 or New 2014?

As long as it's a later build date the 2014 should be fine. Get the 4X4 you'll love it.
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Re: Smarter to buy used 2014 or New 2014?

Ive been doing a ton of shopping around and I think im pretty settled on getting this Jeep Overland from NC

2014 Jeep GC Overland.
White Exterior
Light Frost/Beige interior
Navigation
ACC
Blind Spot Monitoring
Tubular Side Steps

MSRP: $40,672
TTL: $2,754
Admin Fees: $599
Total: $44,026 OTD

Original MSRP: 47k+

I would love the opinion of the members regarding the pricing of the vehicle. How would you negotiate it and what would be your OTD price.

Im really happy with the dealership and their ability to send me information and numbers. I really do appreciate the help on this. This is what this community was established for.
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Re: Smarter to buy used 2014 or New 2014?

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Ive been doing a ton of shopping around and I think im pretty settled on getting this Jeep Overland from NC

2014 Jeep GC Overland.
White Exterior
Light Frost/Beige interior
Navigation
ACC
Blind Spot Monitoring
Tubular Side Steps

MSRP: $40,672
TTL: $2,754
Admin Fees: $599
Total: $44,026 OTD

Original MSRP: 47k+

I would love the opinion of the members regarding the pricing of the vehicle. How would you negotiate it and what would be your OTD price.

Im really happy with the dealership and their ability to send me information and numbers. I really do appreciate the help on this. This is what this community was established for.
What would you pay for a grand cherokee summit in America I paid £54.000 for mine not sure what that is in us dollar if you want to buy the overlander go for it you won't look back they are a brilliant jeep just make sure you get a great service plan with it I've had my jeep since last September already done 13.000 miles but my crome alloys have to be replaced because of chipping and marbling thank god they are under warranty £1000 a piece
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What would you pay for a grand cherokee summit in America I paid £54.000 for mine not sure what that is in us dollar if you want to buy the overlander go for it you won't look back they are a brilliant jeep just make sure you get a great service plan with it I've had my jeep since last September already done 13.000 miles but my crome alloys have to be replaced because of chipping and marbling thank god they are under warranty £1000 a piece
According to Google, 54,000 pounds is equal to $82,493.

So the vehicle im looking at would be around 30,000 pounds OTD
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Re: Smarter to buy used 2014 or New 2014?

Keep doing your research. I picked up my overland as a demo for 27,000 after trade-in (12,000) MSRP was low 50's. A lot of those basic jeep dealer searches wont list whats in the dealers fleet. My best suggestion is to hard ball for a new guy once sept rolls around and the model year passes. At the same time make some day trips and see whats on the lot for dealers near by/ ask them what owners/ managers have as their company cars.
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Keep doing your research. I picked up my overland as a demo for 27,000 after trade-in (12,000) MSRP was low 50's. A lot of those basic jeep dealer searches wont list whats in the dealers fleet. My best suggestion is to hard ball for a new guy once sept rolls around and the model year passes. At the same time make some day trips and see whats on the lot for dealers near by/ ask them what owners/ managers have as their company cars.
I actually did just that. I went to one of my local Jeep dealers and they had a few demo units. One of them was a 2015 Overland with ACC and they wanted 41,500 for it. Im sure I could have gotten them lower but I wasnt ready to pull the trigger anyway.

I ended up taking part in the group buy for Texas. Order a 2015 Overland with Tech package and the Harmon/Kardon sound system for $41,480
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