2019 Jeep Rubicon Good Deal or No Deal?

Hi All,
Below jeep is offered for 54,000 out the door ( including taxes, other fee) . The Jeep has about 18000 miles on it. Looks has all kind of upgrade, my main interest is the 1 touch skytop, which is very rare to find but I feel this is atleast 4,000 to pricy, Any suggestion for negotations ?

Jeep Wrangler 3.6L V6 24V VVT 8-Speed Automatic 1-Year SiriusXM Guardian Trial, 240 Amp Alternator, 4G LTE Wi-Fi Hot Spot, 4-Wheel Disc Brakes, 5-Year SiriusXM Traffic Service, 5-Year SiriusXM Travel Link Service, 7 & 4 Pin Wiring Harness, 700 Amp Maintenance Free Battery, 8.4" Radio & Premium Audio Group, 8.4" Touchscreen Display, ABS brakes, Alpine Premium Audio System, Auto-Dimming Rear-View Mirror, Automatic temperature control, Auxiliary Switches, Blind Spot & Cross Path Detection, Body Color 3-Piece Hard Top, Body Color Fender Flares, Class II Receiver Hitch, Cold Weather Group, Daytime Running Lamps LED Accents, Dual front impact airbags, Dual front side impact airbags, Emergency/Assistance Call, For Details, Visit DriveUconnect.ca, Freedom Panel Storage Bag, Front fog lights, Front LED Fog Lamps, GPS Navigation, HD Radio, Heated Front Seats, Heated Steering Wheel, LED Lighting Group, LED Reflector Headlamps, LED Taillamps, No Soft Top, ParkSense Rear Park Assist System, Power Top Quarter Window Storage Bag, Power windows, Quick Order Package 24R, Radio: Uconnect 4C Nav w/8.4" Display, Rear Window Defroster, Rear Window Wiper/Washer, Remote keyless entry, Removable Rear Quarter Windows, Safety Group, Security system, SiriusXM Traffic Plus, SiriusXM Travel Link, Sky 1-Touch Power Top, Speed control, Trailer Tow & HD Electrical Group. Recent Arrival!

This is a leasing site.
But gimme the VIN and I’ll see what I can find.

Here is the vin 1C4HJXFG0KW675831

i tried asking for lease for this one they said it can not be leased

Pay 54k for a used Jeep with 18k miles



It seems to have every option available under the sun. Wranglers hold their value ridiculously well.

When I picked one up years ago I decided it was just easier to buy a new one. I drove it for 3 years, 60K miles, and traded it in for 65% value of the MSRP.

Another factor is you don’t know who drove it and how/where they drove it. I know mine was leaking testosterone fluid from doing tons of stupid, manly stuff when I traded it in.

In conclusion you should find exactly what you want at a dealership or (more likely) do a custom order.


Sorry I didn’t see this earlier, but I wasn’t tagged on your reply.

They bought that Jeep at auction on 11/23 for $44,200. So, yes, $54k OTD is very high. But since I don’t know your taxes and fees, I can’t be specific.

My personal goal at this pricepoint, plus taxes and fees, would be $47k-$47.5k. In NJ, that would put me at $51k OTD. You can get into details such as if they had to put on new tires and/or brakes. If it needs any work, start deducting.

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Thanks. I doubt if the deal is goin thru. When you asked for VIN , i assumed some info should be available somewhere & I found that this car was listed at 44k earlier. So I put an offer for 45,200 & their very dry counter offer was 50k + taxes etc. So I did persue it further. One other gentleman recommended to get a new one & I also felt that I can get a new one out the door with around 54/55k. So decided now to wait for a better deal to show up.
Thanks for your help though

If you can wait 30 days sign up for a $100 membership for Tread Lightly (google it) and your price is 1% below invoice at participating dealerships