$7500 incentives are taxed. Your $2101 tax is calculated by the total payments * tax rate, your total of payments shows $26724, which means the incentives are taxed.
Gov fee $449, not $400. Dealer fee $599, not 500.
You also missed the $259 license fee.
If the residual value on your contract is correct, then your MRSP is no where near what you have input in the calculator. $39680/0.64=$62000. If you have any questions about this number, you will need to talk to your dealer to make sure this residual number is correct. MSRP won’t be used in the contract, only selling price and residual value matter.
Ok, here is how I simplified your calc.
They state what your cap cost is after the $987 is taken from the rebate. So, taking the cap cost plus 987 minus RV minus the 2100 tax, I come up with $2144 in fees. I simply added 2144 to the dealer fees and zeroed out all else. I know this messes with tax slightly, but it is far less discrepancy than not capping the fees. Oh and I set it to 36/12 since that is what 63% applies to.
Picking up my new 4xe at Chapman tomorrow at 11. Will anyone else be there?? For those who have picked up how long were you there? Did they show you all around the jeep and help you connect your phone to apple play? Was your Jeep charged?
Got an update from Mike at MoG today. My jeep is built, awaiting final inspection, and awaiting assignment of a rail car. He said it may be a long wait for rail car assignment. Fingers crossed it won’t be too long.