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monkeygod 05-02-2009 02:27 PM

Should I wait for 2010 wranglers?
 
I just went down to the dealership to get a blue rubicon, 6 speed, with a nav. All they have though are black ones. Should I wait for the 2010 wranglers. How long would it be best case you think before I would get a 2010? What do you think the price diff would be from the current rates being offered on jeep.com?

thaduke2003 05-02-2009 03:13 PM

Considering the plants are offline until the bankruptcy period is over, I wouldn't hold my breath. Early fall at the earliest, and that's IF the Wrangler is in the first cycle post-start-up.
The price will probably be about the same- don't see why they would do anything but go up. Help Chrysler out in their time of need, ya know? :) Mark W.

iamagolfspaz 05-02-2009 04:17 PM

Why wait till tomorrow what you can do today.

AndyLA 05-02-2009 05:04 PM

Yeah, support the family while the getting is good. Not going to be any changes or improvements I wouldn't think since I cannot imagine any expense during this pending financial crisis has been spent on R&D, fabrication and/or post-process design on existing and well-tooled models that are already in the production channel.

jeepmiller09 05-02-2009 05:20 PM

You want blue can't your dealer find you a blue one and just have it transported there?? That is how i was able to get a Rock Red Jeep. My dealer brought it down from WI into IL for me no charge. I am sure your dealer could do the same they need the sales. lol

jmartz 05-02-2009 06:10 PM

My dealer gave me a very hard time about searching around for my Wrangler. He did it for me, but he did not want to and even gave me an additional $500 off to buy his inventory. I insisted and eventually we found one that matched what I wanted. He wouldn't go more than 100 miles away because he was concerned that there would be dings from rocks during transport that he would have to have fixed before I would accept delivery.

I didn't get the $500 discount, but I got him to order me the tow package (free) and free oil changes for 2 years. So it was a nice compromise.

I guess it all depends on how desperate they are to sell a car.

CNTLOSE 05-02-2009 06:31 PM

Black Rubi's are all they have around here...if they have any at all. I would get the black if you like it. Usually, not always but usually, prices go up 3% every model year. Also who knows, maybe Chrysler will be in good shape next year and not be offering all these special pricing deals. Also Wranglers typically never get big incentives because of their popularity.
But if your not happy with black wait, or buy a used one. It sucks to spend $30k on a car that you ended up unhappy with.

AndyLA 05-02-2009 06:52 PM

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Originally Posted by jmartz (Post 365603)
My dealer gave me a very hard time about searching around for my Wrangler. He did it for me, but he did not want to and even gave me an additional $500 off to buy his inventory. I insisted and eventually we found one that matched what I wanted. He wouldn't go more than 100 miles away because he was concerned that there would be dings from rocks during transport that he would have to have fixed before I would accept delivery.

I didn't get the $500 discount, but I got him to order me the tow package (free) and free oil changes for 2 years. So it was a nice compromise.

I guess it all depends on how desperate they are to sell a car.

That just BS. :confused: My dealer offered to get me a Jeep anywhere. He said that anything inside of 600 miles, he would cover any costs to deliver and beyond that we would have to see what the charges might be. Dings and rocks? Aren't cars transported every day on open carriers in bulk for some pretty high-end manufacturers? :rolleyes: I mean I had my sports cars shipped in closed transport, but wouldn't think a JK would suffer major damage.

Make em find you the Jeep you want, like the previous poster said....
Make certain that you are totally happy, after all it is yours.......
and you will be paying on it for quite some time....
:wavey:

RatherBNarizona 05-02-2009 07:19 PM

yeah I used to work for a Nissan dealer
we transported cars all the time, usually between Tucson and Phx (over 150 miles) at no charge to the customers

mntnclmbr 05-03-2009 09:27 AM

No you shouldn't wait!!!!!! Make the Bastard find one for ya!

donnie 05-03-2009 09:41 AM

IMHO, Id find another dealer that has what you want.

mntnclmbr 05-03-2009 09:44 AM

That would work too......Already have a bad taste in your mouth with this one!

CNTLOSE 05-03-2009 09:58 AM

I bet your dealer does not have a car hauler and pays someone to drive it back. That is probably what he is reffering to not wanting it to get damaged. Which if he tells your not being charged for it, either he is only making a very small amount on the Jeep or he is lying to you and covering up the cost some how.

I would go talk to another dealer and see what they can do for you. Heck you might be able to get them in a bidding war. :punk:

monkeygod 05-03-2009 10:00 AM

haha, thanks guys. I have a feeling I'm going to be on this forum a lot more often. I'm going to try not to wait and get one now. I would really like to get exactly what I want, but I've gone through almost every market in the US on jeep.com and I cant find a blue, manual anywhere - never-the-less one with a nav.
I'm starting to wonder what the dealerships I went to have access to in terms of national inventory. I literally found ever car they offered to bring in and sell me just through the website and I didn't call anyone. So if there's a hidden blue manual wrangler would the dealership even know without making a hundred phone calls?

CNTLOSE 05-03-2009 10:05 AM

Yes, all he does is insert what options you want into his computer. It will tell him what vehicles come close in a set area. He can then go over with you what he finds and what you might be intrested in. Then he contacts the dealer to check to see if they still have it, and if they are intrested in a dealer trade and for what.

mntnclmbr 05-03-2009 10:08 AM

This is the computer generation, Yes he can look on his little puter and see just about everyone's stock...Make the bastard find you one, there's got to be a blue manual out there, somebody has one!

mntnclmbr 05-03-2009 10:11 AM

[QUOTE=monkeygod;365906]less one with a nav.

Is Navagation a dealer add-on or is it from the factory?

thaduke2003 05-03-2009 10:14 AM

Ok- many places (like our dealership) don't have a hauler. We charge to go pick up the vehicle, and have to send two guys to swap vehicles. It sucks, but so it goes. Make them go pick it up, but be ready to have a few miles on it.

Mntn, it can go either way with the navi. Adding it at the dealership costs more, though- Mark W.

mntnclmbr 05-03-2009 10:19 AM

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Originally Posted by thaduke2003 (Post 365915)
Ok- many places (like our dealership) don't have a hauler. We charge to go pick up the vehicle, and have to send two guys to swap vehicles. It sucks, but so it goes. Make them go pick it up, but be ready to have a few miles on it.

Mntn, it can go either way with the navi. Adding it at the dealership costs more, though- Mark W.

I've been waitin for you to chime in on this one - Is the cost the dealers mark-up or just because they can? What does it cost, generally speaking to add it from dealer?

thaduke2003 05-03-2009 10:22 AM

Over $2k. The unit itself costs $2k something (I posted somewhere else on here- I don't have exact cost with me on my day off ;), then a couple hundred extra for the adapters and such for uConnect and iPod integration and so forth. Talk to your parts guy- you can install it yourself- it should come with instructions- Mark W.

mntnclmbr 05-03-2009 10:25 AM

is it worth the expense?

AndyLA 05-03-2009 11:17 AM

I love mine........I would definitely get it again....I figured heck might as well get it loaded if I am buying the Jeep. That being said, I wouldn't spend $2k+ cash out of pocket on it if I didn't have it......I guess that makes sense..... :D Just get a top of the line Garmin Nuvi ---- those are incredible.

CNTLOSE 05-03-2009 02:30 PM

I purchased a Tom Tom a year ago for around $139. No way would I spend $2k for one just because it is build into the dash...they will all get you to the same place. :D ...and my cell phone has speaker on it so I do not need the uconnect.

Just my .02

AndyLA 05-03-2009 05:41 PM

^ Cell phone speaker when you are driving with tops off (and/or doors) just aint going to cut it.... believe me. Ask me how I know... ;)

The Jeep NAVI definitely with uconnect and VoiceRec is one awesome unit. It is extremely impressive and I would get it again, no doubt. I also got lifetime Sirius traffic updates, and they actually do work. When I meant a top of the line GPS, I meant the Garmin Nuvi, like the 785T or 885T....$400-500 units that are really worth the cost. It is so much nicer to have the MyGig system for lots of other fun stuff, like Lockpick mods to allow DVD playing and copying 30Gb of music without any hassles.

I guess I am so over having having to stick every gadget to the windshields....GPS, detectors, Satellite radios.....just so much cleaner on a new vehicle.

keg97 05-03-2009 07:11 PM

One BIG thing with the Jeep navi is that it is built into the Jeep as opposed to a Garmin that is just begging to be stolen from a JK.

mntnclmbr 05-03-2009 07:55 PM

Jeez you guys are making me want one of these things, I should have gottin one - I put over 1500 miles on a month and that would be great to have - I've got it my Benz (nav), but it doesn't have all the integrated stuff on it like this does.....Maybe I should trade? HUM!

AndyLA 05-03-2009 08:26 PM

^ Agreed......certainly worth the $ ---- Some built-in systems just suck, I have had several from Porsche to Mercedes (still own) and it is a truly mixed bag. I must say that I am very pleased with the DEPTH of the features of this unit. And yep....for a Jeep that never has its tops and sometimes its doors, I certainly wouldn't want a slew of expensive gadgets just sticking to the windshield as someone walks by......... especially in some cities..... :D

thaduke2003 05-04-2009 09:51 AM

Heck, I live in East Nowhere, and I still try not to even leave my empty wallet (stupid Jeep) in the Wrangler! A $150-400 GPS stuck to the dash, held in only by suction cups? No thanks :)

I may well be going aftermarket- there's a "ghetto customs" (as I like to call it- screens, navi, speakers/subs, tint and rims) shop right next door that I like, and the owner's cool, so he hooks me up :) Gotta see what gets me the best value per $, ya know? The MyGig alone is well worth the $. Touch screen is pimp :) As for navi, I have VZ Navigator on my phone that's never failed me, so meh :) Mark W.

donnie 05-04-2009 10:08 AM

FWIW, our 09 came with the builtin nav system. Also have a free year subscription to Sirus. Thats one of the reasons we got the one we did.
Being we re in Cali., Im going to take it back and have the U Connect activated shortly.

GrNLnTRn 05-04-2009 10:50 AM

I found my 2008 used with navi and the 7-speaker infinity already in it... and from what the dealer told me, is with all the incentives right now; you might be able to haggle a new one with the navi at no extra cost. But thats kind of dependent on a lot of things I guess.

All in all since they aren't going to change them for 2010... don't wait!! rock the JK now!!!:punk:


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