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alan_dennis 04-01-2011 05:19 PM

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Hello Jeep Garage members. I am from Toronto area and heading back into Jeep country, since my 2001 Grand Cherokee. I have decided on an Overland but still tossing the V6-V8 decision around (plenty of comments already on that subject for me to digest). I am curious how any fellow Canadians may have landed their Jeeps now that Chrysler is not leasing. They offer Customer Choice Financing but it is over $100/month more (36 month plan) than a traditional lease. Can we share some negotiated prices and payment schemes (US members might want to shield their eyes at the ~$50K+ pricing):eek:

Alan

White Chocolate 04-01-2011 07:11 PM

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Welcome!!

netcoolery 04-04-2011 01:34 AM

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Originally Posted by alan_dennis (Post 387571)
Hello Jeep Garage members. I am from Toronto area and heading back into Jeep country, since my 2001 Grand Cherokee. I have decided on an Overland but still tossing the V6-V8 decision around (plenty of comments already on that subject for me to digest). I am curious how any fellow Canadians may have landed their Jeeps now that Chrysler is not leasing. They offer Customer Choice Financing but it is over $100/month more (36 month plan) than a traditional lease. Can we share some negotiated prices and payment schemes (US members might want to shield their eyes at the ~$50K+ pricing):eek:

Alan

On the V6 - V8 thing: Drive them both! If possible, drive them on the type of roads you want them to perform on. Then once you've made your mind up, you can safely ignore most of the V6-V8 chatter :)

That's what I did. I live in a hilly area - in fact I go up and down a little bit of mountain every day to go home. So even though I don't tow, I had to be sure that the V6 would do the job on the hills.

Once I drove the V-6, I realized it would be just fine. But that was for me, no one else. Do your own comparison and make your own choice.

And, oh yeah... welcome!

MasterWK 04-04-2011 01:35 AM

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Welcome to JeepGarage!

boldd 04-04-2011 01:38 AM

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Order date: January 29, 2011
Dealer: Derrick Dodge
City: Edmonton
Province: Alberta
Delivery Status: KZ, on it's way, estimated arrival April 12th.
Engine: V8
Model: Overland
Colour: Mineral Grey/Black Leather
Add on packages: None
MSRP: $53,895 incl. freight, PDI (excluding Tax)
Final sale: $51,800 incl. freight, PDI & GST (5%)
Financing: 3.0% for 60 months, $500 deposit

CapecodJeep 04-04-2011 09:36 AM

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Chrysler is offering leasing on US WK2s. The entity, Chrysler Finance is no longer par of Chrysler, now under another name and company.

RageOfFury 04-04-2011 11:40 AM

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V6 Laredo 'E' w/Trailer Tow Group
MSRP : 40 170$CDN
Paid : 43 113$CDN (incl. QST(8.5%), GST(5%), Destination & A/C fees).
Financing : 3.0% for 60 months, 1000$ down.
I also had the tires changed for free (would of cost me ~1100$ if I had to pay for them)

ghouston 04-04-2011 12:00 PM

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boldd,

Was your total of $51800 after adding in the $1400 freight and the 5% GST?

The MSRP for the Overland I ordered was $55645.
Dealer invoice was $51963, minus $700 factory to dealer holdback. (quoted the price Consumer Reports gave me)
Agreed on purchase price of $52533 plus tax. All fees included in that price.
Still debating on 3.0% for 5 years or 7.
The only other dealer in the Province that could beat my price was Langley, but not enough to justify the cost of heading that far south.

boldd 04-04-2011 12:25 PM

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Originally Posted by CapecodJeep (Post 389086)
Chrysler is offering leasing on US WK2s. The entity, Chrysler Finance is no longer par of Chrysler, now under another name and company.

I Believe TD bought out Chrysler Financing...

boldd 04-04-2011 12:32 PM

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Originally Posted by ghouston (Post 389183)
boldd,

Was your total of $51800 after adding in the $1400 freight and the 5% GST?

The MSRP for the Overland I ordered was $55645.
Dealer invoice was $51963, minus $700 factory to dealer holdback. (quoted the price Consumer Reports gave me)
Agreed on purchase price of $52533 plus tax. All fees included in that price.
Still debating on 3.0% for 5 years or 7.
The only other dealer in the Province that could beat my price was Langley, but not enough to justify the cost of heading that far south.

Yes, including GST, Freight, PDI, etc, I paid $51,800. They are trying however to get me to bay that $395 admin fee or whatever, but I refuse to as my deal was conditional on a deal received by a coworker who took the same vehcile off the lot the day I ordered. But even if I pay that minor $395 +/-, I'm still getting a great deal. I have to love paying only GST and no HST!

ghouston 04-04-2011 02:42 PM

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Originally Posted by boldd (Post 389203)
Yes, including GST, Freight, PDI, etc, I paid $51,800. They are trying however to get me to bay that $395 admin fee or whatever, but I refuse to as my deal was conditional on a deal received by a coworker who took the same vehcile off the lot the day I ordered. But even if I pay that minor $395 +/-, I'm still getting a great deal. I have to love paying only GST and no HST!

3.6 or 5.7?

boldd 04-04-2011 02:44 PM

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Originally Posted by ghouston (Post 389298)
3.6 or 5.7?

5.7l:)


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