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Re: Solid Deal on a Summit?

We just picked up a new summit today, we like the wheels (but I haven't had to clean them yet)

Just asking the OP, are you prior military?

If you are and have USAA, they offer a car buying service where if you buy from a USAA certified dealer they have to sell the car for what USAA gives you a quote for.

We did it today, just printed it out before we went to the dealer and saved almost $4000 off the MSRP.
Just a thought for something to try if your looking to try to save some? Hopefully I explained it correctly, this was the first time we used it.
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We just picked up a new summit today, we like the wheels (but I haven't had to clean them yet)

Just asking the OP, are you prior military?

If you are and have USAA, they offer a car buying service where if you buy from a USAA certified dealer they have to sell the car for what USAA gives you a quote for.

We did it today, just printed it out before we went to the dealer and saved almost $4000 off the MSRP.
Just a thought for something to try if your looking to try to save some? Hopefully I explained it correctly, this was the first time we used it.
Congrats on the purchase.

I got $4000 off MSRP without that walking in the door and negotiated for another $2K off. Some of that was funny money with trade in. But the advertised price started at $4K off. But they started at Kelly Blue book excellent condition average price for the trade.
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Congrats on the purchase.

I got $4000 off MSRP without that walking in the door and negotiated for another $2K off. Some of that was funny money with trade in. But the advertised price started at $4K off. But they started at Kelly Blue book excellent condition average price for the trade.
Damn, and I thought we got a good deal. 6k off a '17 is great, we bought one of the only two summits they had so far. Here even the left over '16 summits are only 5k off.
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Damn, and I thought we got a good deal. 6k off a '17 is great, we bought one of the only two summits they had so far. Here even the left over '16 summits are only 5k off.
The koons group buy in Virginia would have got you 7% under invoice with no haggle maybe around $6500 off if you didn't mind the drive up the road from NC. also you can add any available incentives to the discount if they are available. You can buy off lot or order what you like. There have been hundreds of people take advantage of it on here, I bought my Summit from this 3 years ago, its a decent deal especially on new release model years where other dealer sometimes don't deal as much. good one to keep in mind for the next one. Like your Summit color looks very nice.

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Damn, and I thought we got a good deal. 6k off a '17 is great, we bought one of the only two summits they had so far. Here even the left over '16 summits are only 5k off.
You can just say I got $2K extra on my trade

But it was definitely $4000 off to start and he did ask me about the military thing and if there is a "lease" in the house hold. Indicating he could have applied more discount if I qualified. Every dealer I talked to asked that.

I had called the dealer first (different sales person) and he was not sounding promising at all. I found one at another dealer that was quite a bit further. But this dealer was close and he had 9 of them. So lots to look at. So I went there first just to window showp. Then I saw the salesman I bought my 2015 overland from. And I asked what will out of pocket cost to put me in this.

What color interior did you get?
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The koons group buy in Virginia would have got you 7% under invoice with no haggle maybe around $6500 off if you didn't mind the drive up the road from NC. also you can add any available incentives to the discount if they are available. You can buy off lot or order what you like. There have been hundreds of people take advantage of it on here, I bought my Summit from this 3 years ago, its a decent deal especially on new release model years where other dealer sometimes don't deal as much. good one to keep in mind for the next one. Like your Summit color looks very nice.

http://www.jeepgarage.org/f230/2016-...buy-93950.html
Before I ordered I was wondering how many from the Garage used the 7% offer. I couldn't find anything. Where did you find that hundreds took advantage of the deal? I want to add my name to the list.

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Before I ordered I was wondering how many from the Garage used the 7% offer. I couldn't find anything. Where did you find that hundreds took advantage of the deal? I want to add my name to the list.

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The original(first began for MY2014 GC in February-March 2013) group buy pages were extensive but were all removed when the group buy went off line for a while before they got the marketing worked out with the jeep garage and put it back together for 2016. There were references in those pages to numbers Nader(original dealer we worked with) had mentioned. I was one of the first dozen back in March 2013 and at that time 7% under was unheard of for the new release MY2014 and the numbers of people over that year grew very quickly. If I remember correctly I heard numbers of 200-300 in the first year or two years. Its still a good deal but there are more dealers these days that come close to it or meet it then there were back then. so people still use it but I don't think it draws the numbers it did back when it first started. BigWave was also one of the early originals and can probably comment on the numbers better from back then when Nader was around.
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The original(first began for MY2014 GC in February-March 2013) group buy pages were extensive but were all removed when the group buy went off line for a while before they got the marketing worked out with the jeep garage and put it back together for 2016. There were references in those pages to numbers Nader(original dealer we worked with) had mentioned. I was one of the first dozen back in March 2013 and at that time 7% under was unheard of for the new release MY2014 and the numbers of people over that year grew very quickly. If I remember correctly I heard numbers of 200-300 in the first year or two years. Its still a good deal but there are more dealers these days that come close to it or meet it then there were back then. so people still use it but I don't think it draws the numbers it did back when it first started. BigWave was also one of the early originals and can probably comment on the numbers better from back then when Nader was around.

One of my local dealers will match their price if one of two conditions are met:

1. I use the Chrysler capital financing
2. I purchase extended warranty

They said otherwise they can't match it because there is too much of a loss. I'm thinking of it but they would also have to match zeigler's price on the warranty, from what I understand they are the best price for max care warranty. Please correct me if I'm wrong.
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One of my local dealers will match their price if one of two conditions are met:

1. I use the Chrysler capital financing
2. I purchase extended warranty

They said otherwise they can't match it because there is too much of a loss. I'm thinking of it but they would also have to match zeigler's price on the warranty, from what I understand they are the best price for max care warranty. Please correct me if I'm wrong.
Whats nice about the koons buy is there are no catches other than the $599 processing fee, most dealers i have worked with want that procesing fee anyway that seems to vary $400- $600 here in va. With the koons deal you can buy off lot or order, you can pay cash or finance, you can have a trade or not have a trade. And you can add on any manufacturer incentives if available. There are no gotchas with it but it also is not negotiable. Some people make the mistake thinking that this is the starting point for their negotiations and thats not how it works, the price is firm take it or leave it.

The best thing you can do with the warranty is find your best price on line and take that with you when you buy at koons. Tell koons to match it and if they dont then just buy it from ziegler later. For me ziegler didnt tax it but koons did so factor that in, tax can vary by state. Koons matched matched maxcare for me and i went with them. Koons is a mega volume dealer and gets profit from high volume sales thats why they can offer this when others wont. Koons doesnt seem to do so great on trades so sometimes its better to get rid of it yourself through carmax or something.

Its a good deal whats nice is walking in knowing exactly the price you are paying no anxiety and haggle on cost.
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One of my local dealers will match their price if one of two conditions are met:

1. I use the Chrysler capital financing
2. I purchase extended warranty

They said otherwise they can't match it because there is too much of a loss. I'm thinking of it but they would also have to match zeigler's price on the warranty, from what I understand they are the best price for max care warranty. Please correct me if I'm wrong.
Chrysler has 0% for 3 years and I believe .9% for four. If you planned on paying cash, take the 0% and pay it off early. (Check there are no penalties)

If you were going to buy the warranty anyway, as long as they come close I wouldn't walk. The trip from Florida to Virgina will cost you something.

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Yes Zeigler is very good price and hard to beat and some dealers will match them.

I've also done financing to get a deal. And just paid it off immediately.
They do get a kick back on financing.
Chrysler also has 3 year 0% financing.

If they can get even close to 7% under you are doing very well.
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One of my local dealers will match their price if one of two conditions are met:

1. I use the Chrysler capital financing
2. I purchase extended warranty

They said otherwise they can't match it because there is too much of a loss. I'm thinking of it but they would also have to match zeigler's price on the warranty, from what I understand they are the best price for max care warranty. Please correct me if I'm wrong.
Just a heads up Clay Robbins at Zeller Motors is another good option along with Ziegler. I received several quotes from both when I bought my Lifetime MaxCare earlier this year and ended up going with Clay at Zeller but you can't go wrong with either one.
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