|10-25-2010 12:39 PM|
|Geebler||I am on the brink of taking the plunge! Every time I think about the HST I get physically sick.|
|10-25-2010 09:24 AM|
thanks for the reply
This is a fairly old thread now, I test drove the 2011 and liked it too much to get a 2010, so I'm now 6 weeks into the 6-8 week delivery waiting time. I ended up getting invoice price, which saved me a couple thousand, but not the $7000 you saved, that's pretty good! I did see one 2010 demo I was actually debating, but the savings wasn't worth it to me in the end.
|10-25-2010 08:18 AM|
2011 Jeep Pricing > Canada
If you can find a new or demo 2010, they are trying to clear out any 2010s so they are more likely to deal and you can still get 0% financing for 3 years on a 2010, not so on the 2011. We saved $7000.00 off list on our 2010 demo with 5000 kms. but they can be a little difficult to find.
|09-07-2010 11:57 AM|
2011 Jeep Pricing -> Canada
It looks like Jeep.ca is listing MSRP in Canada now. They don't say anywhere it's for the 2011 (or 2010 for that matter) but the prices seem pretty inline with what I've been quoted at the dealers.
Fully Loaded unlimited Rubi $39,545.
With Taxes (Ontario HST) and dealer charges, the total would be ~$47,000 ----does that seem insane to anyone else? Anyone else in Canada know if it's worth it to drive to another province to purchase?
Now there's a demo model at a dealership near me with 900~ km on it. Asking ~$30,500 (+taxes, freight, air, etc..) but in total works out to $10,000 savings. The only issue I noticed is in 4 wheel drive during turns it appears there is a bit of a knock.