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Old 08-17-2013, 12:27 AM   #1
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2014 Pricing Help

Picking up a new 2014 Jeep Wrangler Sahara tomorrow, I would appreciate any input about the pricing I got. Sorry for the late post, decided to look for a jeep and found what I thought was a good deal and am meeting tomorrow to pick it up.

VEHICLE SPECS:
OPTIONAL EQUIPMENT
Sahara Package 24G
Connectivity Group with Bluetooth(R)
Hands-Free
$ 495
Individual Tire Pressure Monitoring
Display
Electronic Vehicle Information Center
Trailer Tow Group $ 295
Trailer Tow with 4-Pin Connector Wiring
5-Speed Automatic Transmission $ 1,275
Hill Descent Control
Air Conditioning with Automatic
Temperature Control
$ 195
Air Filtering
Heated Front Seats $ 250
Freedom Top(R) Black 3-Piece Hard Top $ 995
Delete Vinyl Sunrider(R) Soft Top
Freedom Panel Storage Bag
Rear Window Defroster
Rear Window Wiper / Washer
Uconnect(R) 430N CD/DVD/MP3/HDD/
NAV
$ 1,095
40 GB Hard Drive with 28 GB Available
SiriusXM Travel Link(TM) / 1-Year
Subscription
6.5-Inch Touch Screen Display
GPS Navigation
Remote Start System $ 495
DESTINATION CHARGE $ 995
TOTAL PRICE:* $ 34,085

Price agreed upon $29,898 plus tax 6% in MI and approximately $250 in fees. Thanks in advance.

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Old 08-17-2013, 12:30 AM   #2
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Oh and edmunds states invoice is $32,019.

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I've been looking at the new Saharas here in WI. That seems very cheap. Where you getting this at?
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That's fair for both parties.
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Old 08-17-2013, 08:27 AM   #5
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I've been looking at the new Saharas here in WI. That seems very cheap. Where you getting this at?
I will send you a PM after the transaction today.

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That's fair for both parties.
Thanks for the input, is there more meat on the bone or should I run with this? A fair price for both is good for me, unless I am still over by a significant amount?
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Old 08-17-2013, 04:13 PM   #6
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At least 1% below invoice is a good target and it seems that you did a little better than that. However, beware if you are trading something in. A good deal on a new vehicle frequently means they will try to make up some of the difference on your trade-in.

That, and the finance manager will probably try to sell you an extended warranty at an inflated price or other add-ons when you sign the paperwork.
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Well picked it up and everything was as stated. The jeep had 14 miles on it and everything seemed good. I think it was a good deal and look forward to putting some miles on it and possibly adding a few goodies to it down the road. I will keep reading on here and learn what I can. Thanks to all that replied.

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Thank you sir!
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Never said if it was a 2 or 4 door ..... out of curiosity which was it?
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2dr, see pic above
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Oops now I see the picture
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Very nice. You got the 2-dr non-taffy version, same as ours.
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Very nice. You got the 2-dr non-taffy version, same as ours.
Thank you, may I ask what the non-taffy version means? Sorry still learning about these vehicles.
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Thank you, may I ask what the non-taffy version means? Sorry still learning about these vehicles.
It's just something my wife and I say whenever we see a 4-dr on the road. She says they look like something that got caught in a taffy machine and stretched.

I doubt you'll see anyone else on here refer to them like that. However, a more common one you'll see is if you call a Jeep a "car". They say a kitten dies if you do that.
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It's just something my wife and I say whenever we see a 4-dr on the road. She says they look like something that got caught in a taffy machine and stretched.

I doubt you'll see anyone else on here refer to them like that. However, a more common one you'll see is if you call a Jeep a "car". They say a kitten dies if you do that.
Got it So if I call it a car no more cats? lol j/k

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