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echostate 06-04-2012 01:33 PM

For those who got $6500+ off MSRP
 
I saw several people (on this or other forums) report on purchasing their wk2 (limited or overland models at 40k-46k MSRP) at a price 6.5k, 7k or even 8k off MSRP. I tried to talk to some of the dealers (in different states, including PA/IL/OH), and it seems even asking 6k off MSRP is difficult.

How did people get 6.5k, 7k or even 8k off MSRP? Is there any special rebate people are using when they got these deals? Seems pretty impossible for me :confused:

Jonkr15 06-04-2012 02:50 PM

Re: For those who got $6500+ off MSRP
 
I'm still in the research stage of my Jeep purchase, but I think discounts that large are the exception rather than the norm. I plan on using an Affilliate employee discount combined with whatever incentives are available at the time. This should get me a decent price with minimal negotiating required, but I don't expect it to be anywhere close to $8K off MSRP.

Personally, I'm less concerned with getting a certain amount off MSRP and more interested in finding the specific Jeep I want for a price I'm comfortable with.

ColinIllinois 06-04-2012 03:26 PM

Re: For those who got $6500+ off MSRP
 
I got that much off on my JGCO and oddly enough they got me a price actually lower than I offered. A local dealership here in the St Louis area has a special program for military and law enforcement personnel. It's awesome.

JRNYC 06-04-2012 04:24 PM

Re: For those who got $6500+ off MSRP
 
There is a group that you can pay to belong to,( think 40 or 60 bucks ) and you will get under invoice automatically...

Now if I can only remember the name,, Ill do a quick search see if I can find it..

jeepster23 06-04-2012 04:50 PM

Re: For those who got $6500+ off MSRP
 
Tread Lightly

JRNYC 06-04-2012 05:00 PM

Re: For those who got $6500+ off MSRP
 
Aww jeepster I been searching all this time. Thats it! Tread Lightly.

I dont know you but I think I love you a little bit hehe

SW03ES 06-04-2012 05:00 PM

Re: For those who got $6500+ off MSRP
 
It all depends on the incentives at the time. In order to get that much off, there have to be considerable incentives.

Raptor 06-04-2012 05:11 PM

Re: For those who got $6500+ off MSRP
 
People who got around 6.5~7K off MSRP were using regional incentives of 1~1.5K and an addional 1k in Jeep bonus cash, (these were sent out to select customers thru e-mail or regular mail to people who asked for sales materials thru Jeeps website, http://www.jeep.com/en/incentives/) and very strong negotiating skills to get their selling dealer to give up the entire holdback amount for a very good deal on a new WK2!

At these selling prices the dealer may only profit a couple of hundred dollars at best. It may be best to try and get all your ducks in a row and approach a selling dealer at or near the end of the month so that they may reach "their monthly number" that gives them additional money for every vehcle sold that month, letting yours go cheap at or near cost while collecting additional profit on all the other units sold that month.

SW03ES 06-04-2012 07:15 PM

Re: For those who got $6500+ off MSRP
 
Mine was right at the end of the model year, and included $2,500 worth of incentives as Raptor said.

Jdsmitty10 06-04-2012 07:17 PM

Re: For those who got $6500+ off MSRP
 
I got $5275 off msrp by just email. Told all dealers exactly what I wanted to order and the best deal gets my business... Only 2 wanted to play. A few I told my lowest price said to go buy it there. My deal had only $1000 rebate incentive.. Then I played the game with banks and got the 1.9% to match jeeps offering at the time.. Got te rebate and low financing.. I feel that is the LOWEST I could go in purchase price in my area..just from reactions of dealers who wouldnt touch the price I got..

jgc4ever 06-04-2012 08:18 PM

Re: For those who got $6500+ off MSRP
 
Heritage Chrysler Jeep in Baltimore MD has the cheapeast price I know of. They're offering employee pricing.

website with inventory and prices: http://www.heritagechryslerjeepmaryland.com/index.htm

sorted by Grand Cherokee by price: http://www.heritagechryslerjeepmaryl...%2Cyear%20desc

five.7 Hemi 06-04-2012 08:35 PM

Re: For those who got $6500+ off MSRP
 
I went and drove a few different ones at different dealers and talked to the salesmen to let them know that I was serious. Went home and decided what I wanted and what I wanted to pay. Email the dealers and told them what I wanted to pay. One dealer had no problem coming off the the price $6200.....even had another offer me a better deal but they didn't have the cold I wanted.

BTW, I got a 4x2 Hemi Summit.


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