Re: 2012 SRT rear tonneau / privacy cover
I see where you are coming from, but the cover and headphones might be a $200 dealer cost. It won't be a deal breaker for someone buying it second hand, but we'll say it's worth $100-150 more value he's going to give me on my trade in number. If that's the case, and a dealer is going to nickel and dime me on trade value for $100-150, then as Gordon Ramsey says, he can "piss off". He can stop acting like he's doing me a favor for the whopping $100-150 extra, when in reality it's just so he doesn't have to search for the items. I'm doing him a favor by buying a vehicle from him where he will make substantially more profit. Petty crap like this is where you give the dealer your number and tell him to match it or you're moving on. I believe there are roughly 2,399 other Jeep dealerships in the country to speak to.
The first thing that makes me walk out of the door at a dealership is an attitude by the staff that I should feel blessed that they want to sell me a car according to their practices and terms.
2014 Redline Pearl Grand Cherokee SRT
2014 Granite Crystal Durango R/T
2015 B5 Blue Charger SRT Hellcat
(sold) 2013 Grabber Blue Shelby GT500
(traded in) 2012 Mineral Gray Grand Cherokee SRT8, 2010 Bright Silver Grand Cherokee SRT8