2019 Jeep Cherokee Limited 4x4 Looking for Advice

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#1

Located in Philadelphia - long time lurker and first time poster.

I didn’t get the most detailed breakdown but I’d love some outside opinions. Let’s jump into it!
Updated

**Jeep Cherokee Limited 6cyl 4x4 w sunroof and tech package **
6 cylinder engine
MSRP $38,150
Rebate Total $3750
Selling Price $35,300
Residual 52%
APR .58% MF .00024167

Tax looks to be included (9%)
Monthly Payment $365
DAS $365
42 month lease. I’d much rather have this down to 36 months.

Updated price is much friendlier than our starting point, but I feel like there’s still about $1500 left in this deal down to ~$340 a month with $340 at signing.

Edit: removed some extraneous information regarding the previous vehicle and updated with newest info.

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#2

Those in 4x4 form are 300 w 300 das in New England

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#3

Hey, I’m willing to travel for that price, or get it shipped, or if you have anything closer. PM me!

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#4

You don’t even need me.

Just a standard lease special

https://www.brighamgillmotorcars.com/new-vehicle-special-lease-and-finance-offers-boston-ma.htm

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#5

I appreciate the heads up, I’ll give these guys a call and see what they might be able to work out for someone out of state!

Edit: gave them a ring and said the deal isn’t replicable out of state, and he couldn’t even quote outside of the NE for some reason.

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#6

In philly would you really want a truck that isn’t 4x4 with the snow possibilities?

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#7

This past winter we never got more than 2” inches. Snow is heavily overrated by people who can’t drive in my opinion.

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#8

This winter wasn’t that bad. But what about the year before. My mustang is rwd so its gonna have more issues but if I was going to get a truck it just seems worth it

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#9

I’ve got AWD now, and the girlfriend has a FWD.

I honestly slipped more in the AWD on snow days (I think it might have to do with the AWD wearing down my treads significantly faster).

Even though it’s an SUV, it weighs about the same as my IS300 and most cars are built to evenly displace weight, so as I said I really think the difference isn’t as big as it’s made out to be. That said, I’d prefer the 4x4 and I think the residuals are better regardless.

I’ve been shopping around locally and have gotten back numbers around $365 with $365 down for 42/12k, a little higher for 36/12k.

I haven’t gotten any sort of lease breakdown yet so I feel like there’s more room in the deal - my goal is $350/mo with nothing down - which might just be overreaching a little. I won’t know until I see it all laid out.

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#10

When did they start becoming FWD?
I would look into an MDX instead.

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#11

Yea mine was $309 a month $309 das in December

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#12

Residuals and lease incentives were way better back in November/December.

To the above video - the new MDX is hideous and that’s a Grand Cherokee, not a Cherokee (smaller, lighter car all around)

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#13

Giving this a bump, anyone have recent anecdotes or advice on a realistic lower price to aim for?

Chrysler residuals have taken a dive in this vehicle since November/December. Best number I’ve calculated is $342/mo with $342 down but I’m not entirely sure I’ve done this correctly.

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#14

For reference… I got a family member a '19 Limited 4x4 with tech, luxury, panoramic roof, better speakers, nav and V6 MSRP $39435 36m/10K for $339 tax (NYS 8%) inclusive with 1st payment DAS.

We had $4K in local incentives though.

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#15

when did you sign on this deal? I know timing has been big with this car.

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#16

I want to to say January/February

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#17

I’ve gotten two quotes this week on $40,xxx Trailhawk Elites for 42 month $450-470/mo all taxes and fees rolled in.

All the models in the area seem to have been on dealer lots for 90+ days. I can see why with those numbers :joy:

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#18

I wouldn’t stretch it over 36months though.

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#19

Unfortunately that’s what Chrysler is offering it seems like this month. I’m going to try to counter, but every dealer is quoting on 42 months (I’ve gotten numbers from 3).

The one number I got two quotes I’ve seen at 36 so far we’re about $30 more a month.

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