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Old 09-16-2010, 05:41 AM   #1
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Can anyone share what kid of discount they received on there 2011 jeep? My local dealer has a few coming in and offered 500 off on a fully equipped (35.5sticker) sahara. Thanks

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Well, based on the build of a decked-out 2011 Sahara on cars.com, with an MSRP of approximately $35,550 the invoice price would be somewhere in the neighborhood of $33,200.

So if you spend the $25 to become a member on Tread Lightly - Home, that'll get you 1% off of invoice, for a price of around $32,900.

I'm using that discount now for my 2011 shopping. Since everyone will give that discount, step 2 is to say, "Ok, so I can get this price anywhere. What are you going to offer me in addition to that, to make sure I don't go down the street to one of your competitors?"

Get that info, then go down the street to one of their competitors and show them what the first dealership offered.

Repeat until you're tired.

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I agree with jeffk42.. we also just used the www.treadlightly.org discount.. which gave us about $1400 off our $27690 Sticker price (and that was with no hassle or haggle!). Once we had established the new vehicle's discount, the real wheeling and dealing came down to seeing how much of an allowance we would be getting for our trade.
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I am waiting for a 2011 to come that I've ordered... while waiting I too have joined Tread Lightly. I got a firm offer for my trade when I placed my order and the manager of the dealership will let me drive it until mine comes in. Plus if they have a buyer for my trade (2004 GC), I will let them have it and they will give me another car to drive until my new Jeep comes in for free. So, talking to the dealer can get you some things you would never expect. Although he dosen't know yet that I have the Tread Lightly discount, I'm holding that until we decide on a price of the 2011.

Just remember that the dealer is in the deal to make money, while we are in the deal to save money. Some dealers still have 2010s and may be less apt to deal... Just remember that there is a $75.00 administration fee for the Tread Lightly discount (Preferred Price or 1% off of invoice). I will still try to get a better price, but it's nice to know I'll get a good deal with no headache or having to haggle.
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Well, based on the build of a decked-out 2011 Sahara on cars.com, with an MSRP of approximately $35,550 the invoice price would be somewhere in the neighborhood of $33,200.

So if you spend the $25 to become a member on Tread Lightly - Home, that'll get you 1% off of invoice, for a price of around $32,900.

I'm using that discount now for my 2011 shopping. Since everyone will give that discount, step 2 is to say, "Ok, so I can get this price anywhere. What are you going to offer me in addition to that, to make sure I don't go down the street to one of your competitors?"

Get that info, then go down the street to one of their competitors and show them what the first dealership offered.

Repeat until you're tired.
Is the Tread Lightly discount any different from the Friends and Family price that the dealers offer since they "can get that discount for anyone"?
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Can anyone share what kid of discount they received on there 2011 jeep? My local dealer has a few coming in and offered 500 off on a fully equipped (35.5sticker) sahara. Thanks
I just ordered a fully loaded 4 door Rubicon (Nav, dual tops, leather heated seats, climate control - everything even the tow package and optional air bags). The MSRP is $40,120, I got it for $37,200...Had another dealer that *said* they would do $36,500 but they refused to put it in writing which concerned me as to whether the jeep they order would be what I want or not plus they were farther away, more of a hassle to go to anyway so I stuck with he $37,200 dealer.

I did the same tactic someone else here mentioned, but I didn't GO to the dealers, I called around, told them what I wanted and said give me your best price, got two competing then went to the one with the best price (and turned out location too! Woo hoo!) and got a touch more knocked off.

I would say never pay more than invoice, thing is invoice isn't always what the dealer pays (in fact most I've talked to said that's just about never what they really paid for the vehicle)...

I probably could have gotten a little bit more knocked off, maybe $300 or so *maybe* but then I would have also had do a lot more talking, walking and just straight up hassle and it ultimately came down to what is my own time worth and it wasn't worth a potential couple hundred bucks more so I just ordered it at that point.

I looked up the tread lightly discount and compared it to what I got, the order summary invoice price etc and found if I used that I *might* save another $97 before Tread Lightly membership fees, but after the fees it would be more like $22 saved...not even enough to mess with and it says "off of invoice" so it's not like they would apply it to the price I've already negotiated.
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Is the Tread Lightly discount any different from the Friends and Family price that the dealers offer since they "can get that discount for anyone"?
I'm not sure if it's the same discount. But I'd be wary of a dealership claiming an "Employee Pricing" sale or similar, without actually giving you the exact details of the deal. Just remember that for your Sahara, about $330 under invoice is the starting point of negotiations because every dealership will accept the TL discount price. I say if you can't get that price or less, spend the $25 for the TL membership and hand them the document you get in the mail. You're basically guaranteed that price. Whether or not you want to haggle more after that, is up to you.

Remember though, that same $25 membership fee for TL will also get you a $100 discount on your next set of Wrangler tires.
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I just ordered a fully loaded 4 door Rubicon...
Out of curiosity, did they give you any information about how long it would take before you could take ownership of it? The 2011's seem to be slow to trickle this far south, there's only a handful within 200 miles of me and they're all base model Sports with nothing extra. I thought about ordering, but I don't want to wait 3 months either.
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Out of curiosity, did they give you any information about how long it would take before you could take ownership of it?
I ordered it on August 27th, it has a "ship date" of September 21 but I have no further information (how long it takes to ship etc, not a clue)...With a ship date of the 21st though I would like to think I would have it by the 26th or 27th at the latest. If that's the case, one month isn't that bad.
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ordered a 2011 Sahara about 5 weeks ago. i keep calling Chrysler to get updates... they expect it to ship tomorrow, but also say it could take a month to get to Baltimore.

does that sound right?
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I'm not sure if it's the same discount. But I'd be wary of a dealership claiming an "Employee Pricing" sale or similar, without actually giving you the exact details of the deal. Just remember that for your Sahara, about $330 under invoice is the starting point of negotiations because every dealership will accept the TL discount price. I say if you can't get that price or less, spend the $25 for the TL membership and hand them the document you get in the mail. You're basically guaranteed that price. Whether or not you want to haggle more after that, is up to you.

Remember though, that same $25 membership fee for TL will also get you a $100 discount on your next set of Wrangler tires.
There is Employee Pricing (EP) which is offered for employees and immediate family, then there is Friends and Family (FP) which is for non-immediate family and friends. The latter is what i was initially offered The difference between the two is about $1000 (the EP being lower)
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I did a little more research on Tread Lightly vs Friends and Family Pricing:

There are 2 types of employee family discounts, Employee/Immediate Family (wife, kids, parents) and Friends/Not-Immediate Family(aunts, uncles, cousins).

The discount is for Employee/Immediate is 3% below invoice (I can't confirm this for sure though).

The Friends is 1% below invoice. THIS IS THE SAME AS TREAD LIGHTLY but you don't have to shell out for a membership.

Dealers are willing to provide this discount as they are credited back for it. This price should be the HIGH end of your ZOPA (zone of possible agreement).
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Tread lightly and Friends and family and affiliate rewards are the same disount. 1% of invoice under invoice plus a $75 doc fee.

Jeffk42 If you see a dealer such as myself advertising employee price for everyone it is real. As explained above, when we have an actual employee or direct family member of chrysler buy a car they get the employee price. Roughly 4-5% under invoice plus any other incentives/special financing. We as a dealership get that money back from chrysler. This month if you see a dealer doing it, it is because of the monthly quotas. Sell enough new cars get money back. Or as we call it, "stair step program". So it makes for a great deal, no need to haggle.

There are a lot of people on this forum that complain about discounts and dealerships, but when a great easy deal, i.e. tread lightly, friends and family, employee pricing is advertised and it's not enough. At what point is deal a good deal? For me it's when I have done my research, gotten a good price based on that research, been treated well, and feel comfortable doing business at that particular place. Cars, mortgages, appliances, it's all the same. It's funny how a lot of people will talk to the same mortgage broker, no one else, buy appliances at the same place, and not really shop. Why, trust, respect, comfort, location, and service. Price isn't everything.

If anyone has questions I do sell them.
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There are a lot of people on this forum that complain about discounts and dealerships, but when a great easy deal, i.e. tread lightly, friends and family, employee pricing is advertised and it's not enough. At what point is deal a good deal? For me it's when I have done my research, gotten a good price based on that research, been treated well, and feel comfortable doing business at that particular place. Cars, mortgages, appliances, it's all the same. It's funny how a lot of people will talk to the same mortgage broker, no one else, buy appliances at the same place, and not really shop. Why, trust, respect, comfort, location, and service. Price isn't everything.

If anyone has questions I do sell them.
Because a lender, a realtor, an appliance salesmen etc won't take you for THOUSANDS (in either sale price, trade in, interest or all three) then with a smug smile on their face hand you the keys and say "we're still friends right?"...Car dealers behave that way all the time; the others do not except for very rare exceptions. With car dealers it seems like thats how they are specifically trained to be; it's almost universal (with rare exceptions, I have met an ethical car dealer before).

It's a shame in my opinion because I don't know a single person that trusts car dealers, any of them - ever, and no one ever will until the car dealer industry changes the way they do business, grows some ethical backbone across the board, maybe a simple start would be putting an end to the "hey pal, you sure look great in that rubicon; I bet the chicks would dig you" (or worse) slime ball comments so many dealers use. I'm a realtor and when we come across another realtor that's a real unethical scumbag we call him a car salesmen and the funny thing is, the realtors I know that are scumbags and I try to avoid, a good portion of them WERE car dealers before becoming realtors.

You can't have an entire industry regularly and commonly taking advantage of people (often in bad financial situations ALREADY), screwing them out of thousands, talking them into 30% interest loans on a $10k purchase price for a car that's only worth $7,000, finding and pushing emotional buttons on people as though it's a sport to get them to drain their wallets and/or make idiotic financial decisions for years, even decades on end and then expect that industry to have a good ethical reputation with the public. Ain't gonna happen.

I'm not saying you are that kind of dealer, I don't know you from Adam, maybe you are one of the rare exceptions, but that would still be a rare exception to a very well grounded and understood rule: Car dealers cannot be trusted.
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Tread lightly and Friends and family and affiliate rewards are the same disount. 1% of invoice under invoice plus a $75 doc fee.

There are a lot of people on this forum that complain about discounts and dealerships, but when a great easy deal, i.e. tread lightly, friends and family, employee pricing is advertised and it's not enough. At what point is deal a good deal? For me it's when I have done my research, gotten a good price based on that research, been treated well, and feel comfortable doing business at that particular place. Cars, mortgages, appliances, it's all the same. It's funny how a lot of people will talk to the same mortgage broker, no one else, buy appliances at the same place, and not really shop. Why, trust, respect, comfort, location, and service. Price isn't everything.
X2! And also remember that the Tread Lightly discount will cost you $100.00 in the end ($25.00 to join Tread Lightly and a $75.00 doc fee) but it well worth it to get a good deal without having to haggle.
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sdgmcdom-- Mortgage brokers don't take you for thousands huh? The subprime lending done wasn't an example of that? It didn't make an effect on the housing market? So generally speaking here, paying a fee for them to run your credit, paying a fee for titling, and also making sure you pay them a comission isn't taking advantage of you? A realtor charging you a 5% listing price, spending $3000 on advertising total(maybe) isn't taking advantage of you? What people don't realize is it's for a lot more money.

And you are right, car guys have abad reputation. Isn't sales emotional though? Didn't you buy a Wrangler because of it's off road capabilities, it's look? Because when you were a kid a friend or family member had one that you got to ride in and it brought back HAPPY and GOOD memories?

I don't claim to know everything, as a sales guy I do my best to know my product, my competition, treat people honestly and with integrity. And one thing you don't quite understand is the financing to people with less than perfect credit. I am amazed on a daliy basis by the lenders. They charge the dealer a fee to buy the deal, then charge the buyer a higher rate and always want to go a longer term. To me it makes no sense to finance a 2004 vehicle at 13% for 66 months. Why not do a 48 at 8%? Because the risk isn't worth the reward to the lender. This is what got us all into this mess. risky lending.

The reason you see salespeople who try to lie is because they have had no real training, have been shown a few things by old school car guys. They lie because it is easy. They have no skills. A true salesman looks at the bigger picture. know your stuff, treat people right, and they will come back. I have been at my current dealership for 6 years 9 months now. It's a wealthy area, and they expect me to be professional. I am and always will be. I make a good and honest living by doing the right things. I have never been religious, I believe in treating people right, doing the right things and hopfully you get to go to a nice place when you die. Like Earl, I call it Karma.
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Pato1031, I was addressing your post point by point but it got really super long ... so straight to the point, you really do not see that per capita there is a much higher level of "snakes" in the car sales business then real estate/lending and/or as you mentioned appliances sales?

If that were true, then why the reputation? Because it IS true.
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Call me crazy but Id rather pick up one of the remaining 2010 Saharas for 26-27k and save nearly 10k on the sale price.
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Call me crazy but Id rather pick up one of the remaining 2010 Saharas for 26-27k and save nearly 10k on the sale price.
Are you really seeing deals like that?? Best I'm seeing is 4k off sticker. And the choice selection is somewhat limited.
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Are you really seeing deals like that?? Best I'm seeing is 4k off sticker. And the choice selection is somewhat limited.

Yeah they are out there, but Im sure they are going fast.

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Both are 2wd and about 3500 off of msrp.
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Both are 2wd and about 3500 off of msrp.
I also noticed that they were 2wd (mmm.. not sure if they really qualify as Jeeps ).. and still trying to figure how bwyman74 calculated either of these two deals to be a 10k savings.
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I also noticed that they were 2wd (mmm.. not sure if they really qualify as Jeeps ).. and still trying to figure how bwyman74 calculated either of these two deals to be a 10k savings.

Yeah I didn't notice the 2wd drive thing, so scratch that.
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The reason you see salespeople who try to lie is because they have had no real training, have been shown a few things by old school car guys. They lie because it is easy. They have no skills. A true salesman looks at the bigger picture. know your stuff, treat people right, and they will come back. I have been at my current dealership for 6 years 9 months now. It's a wealthy area, and they expect me to be professional. I am and always will be. I make a good and honest living by doing the right things. I have never been religious, I believe in treating people right, doing the right things and hopfully you get to go to a nice place when you die. Like Earl, I call it Karma.
Well maybe it's not everyone's definition of "lie", but at least around here, everyone charges a "Destination Fee", which in the fine print covers things to include "Dealer Prep". Well "Dealer Prep" is also included in the MSRP on the window sticker. So if you agree to pay that Destination Fee, you're basically paying for Dealer Prep twice. I don't see any car salesmen warning me about that. As a matter of fact, the first dealer I went to flat out REFUSED to go down on their $699 Destination Fee or their $229 Doc Fee. They said that it was standard and COULD NOT be changed under any circumstances. So I showed them a copy of a quote from another dealer who had completely waived their $399 Destination Fee and quoted me a Doc Fee of $24. They stuck by their fees, "Oh I don't know what THEY'RE doing, but they are probably going to screw you with fees down the road" until I walked out on them. Then I got a call a few hours later asking me to come back, they'd waive the Destination Fee and discount their Doc Fee so they were the same as the other place.
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X2! And also remember that the Tread Lightly discount will cost you $100.00 in the end ($25.00 to join Tread Lightly and a $75.00 doc fee) but it well worth it to get a good deal without having to haggle.
I did the Tread Lightly deal as well - straightforward deal for the dealer and me both and pleased with the price.
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The window sticker does include the dealer prep fee. The dealership gets paid by Jeep for doing it. The doc fee is a profit thing. supposedly helps pay the office personnel salary. I would always ask the dealership to subtract it from the sale price. I know in IL there is a law if you charge doc fee to one customer you have to charge it to everyone. So the way around it is asking for the sale price to be lowered the amount of the doc fee.
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I have to upgrade from my 05 standard tj to a auto jk. Called around getting quotes on what I want and theses f'ing dealers are trying to tell me what They will sell me to get rid of there 2010's. I don't want a mango tango or green jeep. I told them that it's no problem. I will order what I want. Their stance is I don't know a good deal. A good deal is not good if it is not what I want. I want a jeep in silver with half doors and these salesmen keep telling me that is not what I want because most jeeps are shipped with full doors so that means I'm a nut and don't know what I want. I hate the end of the year when they have to rid their lots of orphan jeeps. They him and haw like it's a big deal to order a jeep. One salesman told me my wife would not like half doors because it is not as good as power windows. When I told him I wanted half doors he actually called me back and asked if I wanted power locks and windows! I asked him why would I have power locks and windows on half doors? He said oh yeah I didn't think about that. I hate carsalesmen. They are morons.

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