1st response from Moss Bros. Chrysler Jeep & Dodge San Bernardino:
Hi Patrick, Here are your price quotes for the vehicles you have selected. 2009 Jeep Wrangler Rubicon Unlimited (4 door) in the yellow, Your price $33,275 plus fees, after applicable rebates st#2900601. 2009Jeep Wrangler Rubicon 2 door in the white, Your price $32,055 plus fees after applicable rebates st#2900659. 2009 Jeep Wrangler X Model Unlimited (4 door) in the yellow, Your price $30,220 plus fees after applicable rebates st#2900633. 2009 Jeep Wrangler X Model 2 door in the silver, Your price $25,630 plus fees after applicable rebates.
2nd Response Jeep Chrysler of Ontario from Jeff Cool via Phone:
Plan to pay retail, no games just straight up pricing.
3rd Response Victorville Chrysler Jeep:
Still waiting to hear from these guys. This is where I bought my current Dodge Ram 2500 Deisel 4x4.
I must say I am not surprised. I am disappointed. They dont even try to compete.
My dad had good luck, calling sales manager at several competing dealerships within 200 miles of here. Say I am going to buy a truck. Here's what I want....(in his case it was a F150, ext. cab, towing package, etc)...Ask for "the best you can do"
He got about 5k difference between dealers.
If you have energy you can call all but the best priced one with "dealer X will give it to me for X, what can you do better". keep doing that until they say "I can't do that."
Give DCH in Temecula a call. With all dealerships talk to the fleet manager. Stay away from sales people. Yes I know that they have to make a living but let it be on someone elses back. That way the mark up is lower. I use to sell cars and I learned that one. Give a call and see what they have to say. Also talk to the other dealers again but through the fleet guy.
I just bought a 2009 Wrangler X with 18" bling rims and 255 tires...yellow...$20K even out the door. I also bought an orange 2009 Unlimited X with lots of options...a little under $30K out the door...this was in the past month or so...those prices seem a bit high...I didn't even really haggle with these guys and this dealership isn't known for good deals. I'd say I got an average deal at best.
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