First and foremost, I am a “Jeep guy”. I’ve had 7 wranglers, 3 cherokees, 1 grand Cherokee and 1 gladiator. When the 4xe came out, I was very “meh” about it, but when there is a deal to be had on a wrangler, you have my attention.
I shopped 14 dealers in the Maryland and Pennsylvania area with a huge range of outcomes. Had a great deal with Criswell (until they upped the MF), one dealer said 2k OVER MSRP, and one even told me it was impossible to give a price on a vehicle until it was built. Ugh.
My deal isn’t the absolute lowest, but I sacrificed the best deal for the convenience of a local dealer.
I made a very simple deal on a low optioned Jeep:
Cold weather package
Salesman said he can get anyone a similar deal. I have an affiliate code but he didn’t want anything to do with it, so I’m still happy I got my deal without it. If anyone wants their info, let me know! (Allegedly the dealer is only doing in state PA deals)
Amazing deal! I don’t know if you realize it but especially getting one of the lower priced models with the +7500 credit - you will essentially be driving off the lot with more value in the car than the total cost of the lease.
Can you supply me with the dealer and salesman info. I’ve called about 10 dealers and no one is willing to deal or get back to me.
I guess you order it. How long are they saying for delivery. Also, your price is not locked until the vehicle arrives and new program terms are supplied. Yes or No.
In my opinion, when everything is taken into account, this is a very very fine deal✔️
Even though I have been preaching to others to just cut to the chase and go to a known high discount dealer and have it shipped, if one can find something local as you have that is reasonable, it can make a lot of sense. Shipping costs are likely to be, in rough terms, 2% of the MSRP, so with your 7.54% discount it could effectively be more like 9.5% for a car that you had to have shipped. Couple that with reasonable dealer fees and if you have a winner✔️
PA could be an absolute mecca for these things. If someone could find a dealer thats willing to do these things at around 11%, add in affiliate (and the other state dollars), and considering that rebates are not taxed in the state, it could be epic.