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Posted earlier I guess on the wrong section. Here it goes again:
I'm getting a new unlimited rubicon after years of thinking about it. For the last 4 months was looking for one to test drive but none were available, I was told manual transmission rubicons are special order only. Just last week I came across a 2016 black HRR with manual transmission. I was looking for a regular rubicon but been thinking on getting this one as ordering a new one could take 6-8 according to a couple of dealers I have talked to and my control number expires at the end of the year. That said, the price OTD is $40,400. Only options are 430N, auto a/c, headliner and black hard top. Dealer told me they cannot go any lower as this price is EP and it is regulated, is this true? The car has been sitting at the dealer lot for a month now and it seems I have been the only person interested...

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Posted earlier I guess on the wrong section. Here it goes again:
I'm getting a new unlimited rubicon after years of thinking about it. For the last 4 months was looking for one to test drive but none were available, I was told manual transmission rubicons are special order only. Just last week I came across a 2016 black HRR with manual transmission. I was looking for a regular rubicon but been thinking on getting this one as ordering a new one could take 6-8 according to a couple of dealers I have talked to and my control number expires at the end of the year. That said, the price OTD is $40,400. Only options are 430N, auto a/c, headliner and black hard top. Dealer told me they cannot go any lower as this price is EP and it is regulated, is this true? The car has been sitting at the dealer lot for a month now and it seems I have been the only person interested...

$40,400 OTD is a GREAT price. MSRP with those options is $45,420 and invoice is $42,808.

OTD price includes tax, tag, title and dealer fees. Just my tax would be around $3000 so that is why I said it's a GREAT price.
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Re: Rubicon Hard Rock Price

40,000 is the price where you just say yes. Dealers are getting premium prices on rubicons and HRs. Auto, hard top, 430n are the typical options, albeit a tad lacking for a rubicon. I would probably buy it myself at $40k otd. As previously atated, you're really looking at a before ttl price of around 37-37.5. Thats a steal imo. ALTHOUGH, if you can wait, and you have a good dealer, you may be able to get a rubicon with everything you want for the same price. Your choice.
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Re: Rubicon Hard Rock Price

How does this deal look?
JKURHR with the following options: auto trans, 4:10 axles, dual top(black), 430N, Auto air control and supplemental front airbags.
MSRP $48,605
my cost $44,440 before tax,tag and title
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How does this deal look?
JKURHR with the following options: auto trans, 4:10 axles, dual top(black), 430N, Auto air control and supplemental front airbags.
MSRP $48,605
my cost $44,440 before tax,tag and title
That makes my wallet hurt
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Re: Rubicon Hard Rock Price

Just did ours. Only thing we left off was the dual top group abd our MSRP was 49750ish. We bought for 45500. They call it 1k under inviice at Ed Martin in Anderson, IN. We are very happy with tgat. We also ordered.
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Maybe im just too attached to my money, but 45k+ for a jeep is tough to swallow.
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Re: Rubicon Hard Rock Price

Some people, like us, do prefer loaded models. Every has dufferent flavors. Looks like most like loaded rubicons tho. Lol
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Some people, like us, do prefer loaded models. Every has dufferent flavors. Looks like most like loaded rubicons tho. Lol
And thats perfectly acceptable. Everyone has their own taste. I wonder how many of these new rubicon and hr owners that have every single option, will actually allow their tires to touch grass. Is it more of a "keeping up with the joneses" or a "i must have the most expensive model with every option on every car i own" kinda deal. I have a doubt that more than 10-20% of new rubicon owners, especially hr owners, will ever off road. Either way, enjoy it while you can.
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Lmao! Now if you prefer a loaded vehicle you are "keeping up with the jones's". I get that some people, like yourself, prefer base models for your 5 mile off road journey to the pharmacy. Some folks like us who put 15k+ a year on our vehicle like the upgraded features. I also did not know owning Rubicon HR came with an offroad requirement. Our liberty has been mudding as will our HR, but i do not think you have to just becuase you enjoy the rubicon models. Your judgemental posts make you sound very jealous by the way. Fork out the extra 10k and join the rest of us on this thread. Promise you will not regret it.
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Re: Rubicon Hard Rock Price

Jealousness aside.... I think the point you both are trying to make is:

His - A good % of Rubicon and HR owner will never use the Jeeps capabilities.
Yours - You can afford to buy want you want.

I can tell you my BMW is vastly superior to my Jeep, on the road, but it was also quite a bit more $. However, I can't take the roof off or go, even on a logging trail, with the car. That is where the Jeep comes in. The BMW can do a lot more on a track, but I never take it there.

If everyone follows the premise of we don't need it (just something to get from A to B) we'd be in Honda Civics.
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Lmao! Now if you prefer a loaded vehicle you are "keeping up with the jones's". I get that some people, like yourself, prefer base models for your 5 mile off road journey to the pharmacy. Some folks like us who put 15k+ a year on our vehicle like the upgraded features. I also did not know owning Rubicon HR came with an offroad requirement. Our liberty has been mudding as will our HR, but i do not think you have to just becuase you enjoy the rubicon models. Your judgemental posts make you sound very jealous by the way. Fork out the extra 10k and join the rest of us on this thread. Promise you will not regret it.
Not at all jealous. My posts are not intended to be judgemental. I simply dont understand paying loads of money for frivolous options. I have a sport and it does everything i want. I dont want a hr, and would never spend the money for it. I have my 335 for the road, which i bought used. One would think, or assume, that if you buy the most off-road capable vehicle from the factory, then you must want to off-road. Otherwise, i hear they make some nice loaded camrys. I suppose my point is similar to someone that buys a lamborghini and only drives it on one way downtown streets. You just wasted a lot of money on a fast car, just to slow. But yes, in the end, buy what makes you happy. I don't fault anyone for that. I just don't understand buying something meant for a specific purpose and then never being used for that purpose. That's all.
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