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Yagao 12-09-2012 12:28 AM

Edmonton area Jeep dealerships
 
Hey guys, I'm new to the forum, still looking around to buy my first new Sahara in Edmonton area. Just wonder which dealership you guys bought your jeep from. I did google research, seems like that all the Jeep dealerships had some bad reviews. I'm afraid to get ripoff, or over promise under deliver. Any recommendations for good Jeep dealerships in Edmonton? Thanks guys. :)

mova scotia 12-09-2012 12:41 AM

If I were you, I would consider buying outside of the Edmonton area.... better yet, find a decent dealer in Saskatchewan... a good dealer who wants your business will deliver it to you. That's what happened to me out here on the East coast... dealers were brutal in NS, so found an awesome one in the next province over - NB - and saved thousands on my Wrangler. You will get gouged in Edmonton (I am originally from there) they charge higher prices because they can. Good luck!

Yagao 12-09-2012 11:25 PM

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Originally Posted by mova scotia (Post 3082807)
If I were you, I would consider buying outside of the Edmonton area.... better yet, find a decent dealer in Saskatchewan... a good dealer who wants your business will deliver it to you. That's what happened to me out here on the East coast... dealers were brutal in NS, so found an awesome one in the next province over - NB - and saved thousands on my Wrangler. You will get gouged in Edmonton (I am originally from there) they charge higher prices because they can. Good luck!

Thanks mova for your kind advice. I may need to factory order a Wrangler because I want my first jeep to be the exact one that I wanted. I purchased CarCost report yesterday, although I don't know how accurate the report is, it showed me the dealers' invoice price. Do you think we can get below invoice price here in Canada, I know some guys in the forum got 2% below invoice in the states.

mova scotia 12-10-2012 01:38 PM

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Originally Posted by Yagao (Post 3086073)
Thanks mova for your kind advice. I may need to factory order a Wrangler because I want my first jeep to be the exact one that I wanted. I purchased CarCost report yesterday, although I don't know how accurate the report is, it showed me the dealers' invoice price. Do you think we can get below invoice price here in Canada, I know some guys in the forum got 2% below invoice in the states.

Hi. I would say the chances of getting a Wrangler for below invoice is not likely up here. The demand is high, and to be fair, the people making a living selling Jeeps deserve to be compensated. After you factor in the pluses and minuses the dealer does (incentives, dealer holdbacks, etc) add 5% to the invoice as fair markup and then you are paying (and the salesguy is receiving) a fair price. All dealers want to start at the sticker price and wiggle down, you need to get them to start at the invoice price and wiggle up. :thumb:

This site has good tips: Car Negotiation - Used and New Dealer Negotiating Tips | Negotiation Academy

Ordering from the factory may take a looong time, especially if you're in Canada. That said, getting what you want is exactly right... go big or go home! :punk:

kees boode 12-24-2012 09:00 PM

flat towing
 
Hi I am new on this forum, and just got my new 2013 JK Sahara. Now i like to put on a smittybilt SRC. For flat towing I need to know the distance between the weld on D Ring Mounts, somebody can help me?
Proud new JK owner.:dance:

Northern trails 08-08-2013 04:31 PM

I too am looking for one and I live an hour and a bit outside Edmonton and I would say they are far better priced then any of the towns surrounding it, the further south you go in alberta the cheaper they get it seems but not by a whole lot. I'd say if you have a fuel efficient car go down there but if you have a truck best bet is to save your money on gas and buy locally because at the most they are only 500 to 1k difference. There's also a couple there and see what they offer you for your trade in or see how much they bargain, if you see the one you want tell the salesman at the other one is offering more for the trade or a better deal. Most dealerships can go down a couple k easily on a new vehicle they just rather not to. I got 9k off my f150 back in 2010 you just got to be as sleazy as they are :p

Renegade007 03-21-2014 08:27 PM

I recently purchased by '14 Rubicon from Sherwood Dodge. Overall a good experience and got the price I wanted by going to carcostcanada.com first.

I would recommend them.


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