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Anyone score any sweet deals on leftover 2013 JGCs? I'm curious how much off MSRP people are getting.
 

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Well, there is a 2013 trailhawk on a lot by me that I'm keeping an eye on. 48k msrp and the dealer now has it listed at 40. Its been sitting for 2 months. nobody likes the red. I'll be heading over there hopefully at the end of the month to either get that or a jku rubicon.
 

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Well, there is a 2013 trailhawk on a lot by me that I'm keeping an eye on. 48k msrp and the dealer now has it listed at 40. Its been sitting for 2 months. nobody likes the red. I'll be heading over there hopefully at the end of the month to either get that or a jku rubicon.
Nice - 8000 off msrp is pretty damn good!. Anyone else got similar discounts?
 

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I know the 2013's are old news on this board, but trying to find a steal of a deal. (Limited).

I've been talking to a dealer and they are saying around 3.5% under invoice. Do you guys think this is as good as it will get, or are people seeing much higher % under invoice?

When will dealers get desperate to push the 2013's off their lots for the 14's.
 

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Thats freaking awesome guys! I'll get on the phone for sure, thanks for letting me know, and congrats on your deals.
 

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I ended up actually finding a leftover new 2012 (no different than 2013) that I got for ~15% under invoice <label for="rb_iconid_10">
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I ended up actually finding a leftover new 2012 (no different than 2013) that I got for ~15% under invoice <label for="rb_iconid_10">
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Don't fool yourself. The 2012s and 2013s ARE different.

One has a 2 at the end of the model year. The other has a 3!
 

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Please stop bragging about your 11-15% off invoice deals you are nabbing on the 13's, cause they are nothing short of....

 

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How are you guys getting these deals. I went to about 3 Jeep dealership in the NYC trying to purchased a used 2011 v6 x package around 30,000 miles. They want around 29-30k not including Tax title registration.

Can someone help me out with some information. I became a little frustrated with those price, when I'm hearing what some of you guys are buy a brand new one for.
 

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How are you guys getting these deals. I went to about 3 Jeep dealership in the NYC trying to purchased a used 2011 v6 x package around 30,000 miles. They want around 29-30k not including Tax title registration.

Can someone help me out with some information. I became a little frustrated with those price, when I'm hearing what some of you guys are buy a brand new one for.
Go to DC and pick up a 2013 or 2014 for 7% under invoice.. Not all dealers are willing to give them up so easily
 

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How are you guys getting these deals. I went to about 3 Jeep dealership in the NYC trying to purchased a used 2011 v6 x package around 30,000 miles. They want around 29-30k not including Tax title registration.

Can someone help me out with some information. I became a little frustrated with those price, when I'm hearing what some of you guys are buy a brand new one for.
The biggest key here is people are buying new and you are trying to buy a used vehicle. There is no way you will score as good a deal on ANY used vehicle from a dealer as anyone would with a new vehicle. One of the things to keep in mind which is going to help anyone buying new, whether it is a MY14 MY13 or anything else. When you go in the end of the week, month, year, fiscal year, model year.... dealerships are going to do almost anything to get a car off the lot to make room for more inventory. Another thing to consider, most people who are going to be getting good deals on new cars are doing this on volume dealers, those who have over 500 cars on the lot. Another thing too is people are looking at vehicles with a LOT of options vs minimal optioned vehicles, there is more room to discount those vs base models.

For the record, I just scored a 13 Overland MSRP 49375 Invoice 46XXX for 42400. Add in our trade and take another 10k off price. We went to 3 dealerships and before going we did a lot of internet research before narrowing it down to 3. All 3 were considered volume dealers and I have previously purchased 2 vehicles in the past 12 months from one of them myself using similar as described above. We were going to get a MY13 Limited but for the same money we managed to get this MY13 Overland.
 

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Also, keep in mind that no matter how much of a good deal you score, someone else will have a better deal they scored. LOL.
 

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I found a 2013 overland with the hemi, saddle, and adaptive cruise sticker a little over 48k. Out the door for $41900. We would have had to pay $400 cash for a employee pin though.
 
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