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Hows this deal? Please advise

Hey fellas, this is the deal Ive worked out so far

MSRP $71,970
Invoi $68,741
Sale $ 65,000 plus tax, title and license which here in San Francisco County is about 10%

So looking at 71,500. Financing through Chrysler Capital I believe, interest rate is 2.89%

$71,500 x 2.89% for 60 mo. (or if I want 72mo.)= $76,XXX

I have an 800 credit score and definitely would be happier with 1.9%. Not sure if the dealer is not wanting to give me the 1.9% or if its something to do with SRT. bringing it down to 1.9% would save me another $2k or so.

I am pre approved through chrysler capital for up to $80,000, any chance I could talk directly to Chrysler Capital to try and get the 1.9%?

Anyway, what do you guys think if the deal before the apr?

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Re: Hows this deal? Please advise

Srt doesn't qualify for 1.9 percent. Other than that that deal sounds fine. 2016s will be order able soon if u can hold off 3 months


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Srt doesn't qualify for 1.9 percent. Other than that that deal sounds fine. 2016s will be order able soon if u can hold off 3 months


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But then he'll be paying close to MSRP and I doubt he's wanting to do that.

The deal looks good. You won't get a super low interest rate because you're financing so much sales tax and other fees on top of an already large amount.
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Re: Hows this deal? Please advise

I could give some money down but I rather not. Just seems like too much considering the 16's are on their way.

I mean they're coming down from invoice several grand. How much more room is there?

Can I do better still?
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Re: Hows this deal? Please advise

Anticipate (i) a price increase for the 2016s, and (ii) resistance--at least initially--from dealers to offer significant discounts on the 2016s.

Ultimately, you have to decide for yourself if you can "do better still" in a deal on a 2015.
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Deal sounds good except for financing. I got 1.9% for 60 months on my slightly used 2014 SRT. Several banks would do the same rate, Chase, Capital One and PNC. Dealer asked if I minded going with PNC since they made a little more money from them than the others. It was such a good rate for a used vehicle I said sure. You should be able to get 1,9 or better with your credit score and it being a new vehicle. Have the dealer or you can as well, shop the banks they are often your best bet.
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Re: Hows this deal? Please advise

I got 1.9 through their bank and my car at $61k from $72,500
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Re: Hows this deal? Please advise

Thanks fellas i appreciate the feedback. Im glad I came on here and asked, i knew that 2.9 was not a good deal and for a moment I did contemplate just doing it, figured "what the hell, its just 1 percentage point off", but that 1 percent brings me back to too much.

Supercoolsrt, i know you got a super deal.
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Thanks fellas i appreciate the feedback. Im glad I came on here and asked, i knew that 2.9 was not a good deal and for a moment I did contemplate just doing it, figured "what the hell, its just 1 percentage point off", but that 1 percent brings me back to too much.

Supercoolsrt, i know you got a super deal.
Yes it's good that you had a chance to pause and take a look at all the variables the deal that you were offfered to be honest is nothing that special it's a deal that I came upon a number of times over the course of my research I called 24 dealerships very few people were willing to go below 65,000 dollars

I live out in Southern California and I searched all the way across the country to Ohio where I was on the track to strike a deal For a cherry red SRT jeep w 8 miles on the odometer
I was really Jones in for a red truck

But then you factor in the $2000 transportation fee and the inability for me to find out exactly when I was going to get the car could've been two or three weeks and it became a no go for me
My philosophy is also about the flow and the energy of the deal some people are just not good at their job and when you speak to them and find out their inexperience puts a damper on the whole deal and experience and for me I want to be able to enjoy the experience
It's an energy thing
That's how I live my life
The guys up at Fremont jeep were class acts all the way
The guy even invited me and my wife and my kids up to stay at his ranch if we want to drive up to Wyoming in the truck we may take him up on that deal this coming winter and see the beautiful scenery that that's a good car experience in my book

Sorry for the long-winded answer I'm up early in Lancaster California getting ready for the SRT track experience I am wired right now 🚗💨
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Re: Hows this deal? Please advise

I completely understand about the energy and having an overall great experience with your purchase, I feel the same way. I also know about Bob, a few years back when the hellcat was finally out Bob was one of the few letting them go for msrp.

I know your vehicle was a demo, right? If so then that's why you got a super deal. There's a few demos out here in the SF Bay Area but these guys are funny, they dont want to let them go for anything less than 64,xxx. Crazy! If a car has several hundred/thousand miles then it's used, but they keep talking about how it hasn't been registered therefore still "new"

I went to my first SRT experience back in 09, if I would've jumped in the jeep before the challenger I would have gotten the jgc SRT. They're a lot of fun.

I took first place! Not sure where my cone is, lol

The hunt for my SRT continues
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Deal sounds good except for financing. I got 1.9% for 60 months on my slightly used 2014 SRT. Several banks would do the same rate, Chase, Capital One and PNC. Dealer asked if I minded going with PNC since they made a little more money from them than the others. It was such a good rate for a used vehicle I said sure. You should be able to get 1,9 or better with your credit score and it being a new vehicle. Have the dealer or you can as well, shop the banks they are often your best bet.
Definitely going to shop around. 1.9 or better is the goal.
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Re: Hows this deal? Please advise

I got 1.7% from my Jeep dealer...beat my local credit union which I was already pre-approved for. Also, you should be aiming for 3% under invoice at the minimum for the vehicle price.
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