2013 JKU Sport S Deep Cherry Red Crystal Pearl ... pick up 1/2/2012
-3.73 with max tow package
-Anti-spin rear diff
VW $1000 rebate
Total out the door with tax, tag, title, etc. $29,992.20
Notes: I have bought multiple new vehicles in the past few years and this had to have been the toughest to negotiate anything with! I guess the demand is just that high! and reasonably so of course.
Purchase date Dec 31,2012 - which helped. End of month and end of year for sales people to meet their monthly and yearly sales goals.
2013 Wrangler sport (base) 2 door
Freedom hard top and tow package
MSRP: $25,375 + tax, title, and fees = $27,457.13
Paid $14 at consumer reports.org for a new car buyer report.
Got price locked in at competing dealership: $23,677 (Found out later this car lot had more rebates after this price. They didn't have the exact model I was looking for on-line, I didn't want to mess with them getting it in stock from another dealer, and I didn't talk to them first, so I lost out on extra savings.)
Got Barnett Jeep to agree to the lower car price, so I didn't go to the other (cheaper) car lot.
Then set trade in value separate - very important so they don't play with the numbers and get you to pay more.
We bought "Rosie" on 12/31/2012. Although that's a bad idea where we live as far as having to pay personal property taxes on it for the entire year, the sales manager increased their offer on our trade-in that we'd already agreed on to cover the property taxes. We had a Sahara on order for 3 weeks but it hadn't been built yet.
We went through the Affiliate Rewards program where I work.
Deep Cherry Red Sahara
Black/saddle cloth interior
Trailer tow group
Anti-spin rear axle
Heated front seats
Color matching 3-pc hard top
Polished aluminum wheels
Purchase price: $32,190 (not including tax, title, license, trade-in or down payment)
I am very happy with my deal.
JKU Sahara loaded...no hardtop and no leather.
33157.00 plus the stupid dealer fee. Troncalli Jeep seems to have lower dealer fees than most dealers so it wasnt too bad.
no tax as my trade was worth more than the jeep.
2013 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited Sahara
AEV Pintlers, front and rear bumpers
GY Duratracs 33s
JW Speaker 8700s and 6145s and Recon LED Tail Lights
IPF 900XS with HID conversion
Trek Armor Seat Covers
10A Rubicon Lift
2013 JKU Rubicon. 37,600 MSRP. I traded in a 2009 Grand Cherokee with 79,000 miles with a Blue Book excellent value of 12,634. Blue Book said only 3% of people get the excellent amount on trade in. They gave me 14,000 trade in and I worked another 1,600 more off MSRP. Paid 22,000+ tax and title after trade in and further wheeling and dealing. Basically Kelley Blue Book excellent value and $3000 off the JKU Rubicon.
Based on KBB that is a 31,200 MSRP not 30! and furthermore what an awesome discount! I am in the process of purchasing a new 2013... and am disheartened reading this forum. I am getting a similar car:
2013 2dr Sport Billet
24s, Power, Alpine Sound, premium soft top, side air bags and side steps
Agreed price: 26,900$ without taxes and fees etc... which i assume will be 2700$. will see how that spans out...
And fractured skull!? Is the jeep that unsafe!? how did you get hit!? Jeeps seem like they are easy to maintain, meaning you should be able to repair it easily and perhaps benefit from the insurance coverage...
Originally Posted by ajones1992
2013 2dr sport
Max tow with 3.73
Deep tint windows
Power convenience package
Msrp was 30,100 I got it for 26,500. I talked them down before dropping my Chrysler employee on them along with 500 military. And then about 3 months after getting it ( had it ordered ) I got hit by a drunk driver. Rolled twice. ( fractured skull, broken nose, blood clot in head that as long as it goes away in its own I won't die or need surgery ) I am having trouble finding a jeep with those options in my area seein as I can't order crush anymore. And having even more trouble finding a dealer to give me that good of a deal I got on that one. Any suggestions for dealers in the Chicago land area are defiantly appreciated.
2012 JKU Sport S
Dual top group
Trailer tow pack
Premium sound system
Total was 36,445 Canadian and with my discount(I work for a steel plant that produces steel for Chrysler, Ford and Chevy, I get great deals from the big 3) I got it for 30,566 Canadian. Not bad for Canadian price I believe, I shouldve tried to talk them down on the price but I was happy just to get it!
2013 Sport S, auto transmission, 17" alloys, power options, 3 pc hard top w/ deep tint windows... MSRP 28,605.. Dealer sold it to me for 26,626 plus they took an extra $1000 off for a "lease conquest" rebate because I traded in a leased vehicle what was a competitor's brand. so 25,626... Pretty happy with the deal!
Am in Queens, NY...
Sport S (Power, side steps, premium soft top, alpine speakers, side air bags)
With fees and bullsh*t dealer costs like doc fee and loan processing fee, and pipe shining fee...
Final Cost: 32K!!? over a period of 6 years (interest on finance included).
This was not a cheap buy... and gosh with the justifiably increasing gas prices...
Just a note for anyone looking to get their own:
1) Always get less than invoice! (3% less)
2) Consider items like GoGroove smartmini aux instead of UConnect with bluetooth! its a jeep... and should be minimal, although i still got the power... dont know why.
3) The premium soft top looks a heck a lot better (underside not gray) and is supposedly more quiet
Location: In The Hot South West AZ, and cold Alaska
O.K. it seems to very drastically by State, Dealer within the state, the current economy "how many are they stuck with on their lot" and the time of the Month. It is best to always purchase on the last day of the month, because the Dealers receive rebates from the factory on volume of sales per month.
My MSRP on a fully loaded Rubicon was $36,665.00. I paid OTD "Out the door" $35,550.00 so I received a discount of almost $6,000.00. Now this did not come easy. There was a lot of negotiating that took place!
Normally if you can pay MSRP OTD, than you are getting a pretty good deal!
JKU Sahara Billet Silver
Leather Heated Seats
Supplemental Front-Seat Mounted Side Airbags
Premium Soft Top
Mopar Slush Mats
MSRP = $36,395, incl $995 dest.
Price = $32,399, incl. dest, processing, temp tag and county tax
I used Chrysler Affiliates. Price did not include sales tax or permanent tags because I bought it out of state. That will vary by state anyway and the tax percentage and tags cost will be constant no matter what price you get. FWIW I live in NY and bought in VA.
Just picked up my True Blue JKUR on Tuesday. I ordered it with just the hard top, saddle leather and heated seats, basic 130 radio, 4.10 gears, auto, remote start, Auto Temp, connectivity, supplemental airbags and that's about it. Sticker they had on it was 40,600 and I got it out the door for 36,800 using Truecar.com after trading in my 2012 Sport against it. Also had them swap my tires and wheels I had on the Sport to the Rubi.
What do you want to be when you grow up son?
I want to be a fireman!
Sorry, you can only do one or the other: Grow up or be a fireman!
Location: In The Hot South West AZ, and cold Alaska
Originally Posted by Crazy Mike
yes, tinted windows are an option on the Rubicon models.
I just purchased mine three (3) days ago and went through all of the possible options.
TINTED WINDOWS ARE STANDARD ON THE 2013 RUBICONS!
OPTIONAL IS WHAT IS CALLED DEEP SUNSCREEN DARK TINT AND THAT IS WHAT I HAVE ON MINE AND I PAID $299.00 EXTRA FOR IT.
(Canadian Pricing and currency... differs from you guys)
13' Sport S Unlimited
3.73, max tow, connectivity, power convenience, dual tops, 5spd auto, Sirius Sticker $37,435 $3250 rebate + Employee Pricing + Employee bonus cash $2500 + $750 gas card + even more (I played dealerships against each other for the best deal) $27,300
Got what I wanted for my beat up 01 WJ which just covered our ridiculous 13% sales tax. Paid $27,211 out the door, dealer paid my licence, I got a $750 gas card and my parents got $100 for a referral. I did the best I could do.