That's about 10% below sticker, which is a good deal. You might get a tad more, but likely not much. I spent weeks negotiating mine and got 11% under MSRP including all dealer fees. I think that was an exceptional case and happened right before year end. Make sure they don't burn you on the trade to make up for it. You can go to carmax and check autotrader and kbb.con to get an expectation of its value. Don't let them try and convince you it is worth less than you think it is. Don't expect retail for it, but get at leas KBB trade in. I have managed to get $1k over kbb trade in on my last two purchases, so I think there is even room to work here as well.I am getting ready to order a Jeep. The MSRP is$42,637 and I am being quoted an employee price of $38,532. Does this sound accurate? Should I be able to buy it for less?
Well, had he pointed you to a Compass may you vomited right on the floor?A few years ago I was window shopping on a dealer lot, an eager sales guy came up and said now is the best time to get a deal, they're offering employee pricing to the public, I said on a Wrangler, said yes sir, I said let's make this happen.
Pointed out the Wrangler, he went to see his manager, came back and said sorry Wranglers are excluded, but how about that nice Liberty, I threw up a little in my mouth.
There are many here that regularly confuse FFP and EP too.I used to work at a Jeep dealership. If you can purchase that Jeep at EP you are doing better than a salesperson! EP is for Chrysler/Fiat employees, not dealership personnel. We paid invoice plus $750 which is a few hundred more than EP.