|08-23-2011 06:27 AM|
I wanted a 2011 sport 6spd with air and 3.73 gearing. Tough to find that combo on a lot around here.
Would up paying $24k including 7% sales tax. I took the zero percent financing. I was happy with the deal, it was exactly the model and color that I wanted, and they delivered it to my work sixty miles away with a full tank.
|08-22-2011 05:46 PM|
Yup, 22k was my math before even walking into the dealer. I'm back to shopping. Hopefully I 'll find something before the month's end.
Thanks guys for your imput
|08-22-2011 04:26 PM|
|oilwell1415||How much of the $24,400 is the tax, title and tag? It still doesn't sound like a great deal, but it may be OK. You should be able to buy that Jeep for about $22k plus the TTT.|
|08-22-2011 04:19 PM|
Ah, sure thing. This is the link to the window sticker. The main option was for a Hardtop. It is a 6spd manual.
|08-22-2011 04:05 PM|
I don't think that sounds like a very good price, but we don't have to pay our TT&T to the dealer either. When I was searching for a 2011 I found a few Sports with AC for $19999.
What options are you wanting?
|08-22-2011 03:55 PM|
what options are on the jeep?? Auto or Manual?? It all adds up and needs to be known to determine if your price is good or not.
Using a bone stock Base price on a 2011 with no options I see USAA pricing at $19,376 before Tax/fees/lisc, but includes the $1000 rebate jeeps have thru Aug... Thats about $3400 off MSRP I would say that the USAA is a pretty great price.
Thats with an invoice of $22,231 and MSRP of $22,845
You may not be able to use USAA, but it gives you an idea of whats out there
|08-22-2011 03:41 PM|
OTR Price for 2011 Wrangler Sport
I don't if anyone else is working on purchasing a 2011 before the end of the month.
I wanted to see what people were getting for "On the road pricing" for Jeep Wrangler Sports, not the sport S.
I recently received a quote for OTR for $24,400 which included tax, tag and title fees. Is it me or is that high?
Thank you in advance for your thoughts,