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post #21 of 36 (permalink) Old 10-15-2014, 01:57 PM
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Jeep is sitting on the price release a little too long. The local dealer says they expect a Dec2014 release, but they have no prices.

Not too clever.

I'm trying to decide whether it's worth the wait, hard to do when there's no price info.

Well their marketing channel on facebook just posted spring 2015, so...
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This article was posted last week in the USA Today newspaper. They are reporting late January for the US sales.


http://www.usatoday.com/story/money/...500x/19298845/
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Saw on article claiming the Trailhawk will start at $25,875 and the base price at $18,895, same as the Compass.
And arriving late January.
And still no EPA figures.
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Saw on article claiming the Trailhawk will start at $25,875 and the base price at $18,895, same as the Compass.
And arriving late January.
And still no EPA figures.
Can you please provide a link? Most likely you hit a clickbait site.
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If Renegade pricing comes in around 18K (saw TFL video where Jeep Rep said price will start with a 1 and Hwy. mileage with a 3 for what it's worth) that would seem to give it an advantage over some in the segment.

Glanced at Trax pricing today and was frankly shocked. Base FWD with auto and touch screen standard but nothing else (steel wheels) started at 21K. Next model (LT) added little more than alloy wheels and more color choices and was above 23K. Want leather wheel and power seat you're over 24K. That's with no moonroof, AWD, fancy stereo or special safety features. My 14' Mazda 6 Touring with 19" alloys, leatherette int. touch screen with command switch, BSM and Cross Path Detection and upper 30's Mileage barely stickered above 25K.

Why would anyone pay near that for a FWD minimally equipped CUV.

I can see the Renegade with a huge advantage if they keep the price of say a Latitude well equipped at about 22-23K. We'll see, I guess.

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According to TFLcar, we'll almost certainly know the price on Friday. I'd really like to see the limited cone in under $24k
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I hope I am wrong, but I think a loaded Limited (nav, tiger engine, sky slider, etc) will be over $30,000.

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I hope I am wrong, but I think a loaded Limited (nav, tiger engine, sky slider, etc) will be over $30,000.

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I'd be very surprised if it was anywhere near that. I don't think it would be very competative at that price point. The vehicles Jeep uses as comparable are all under $30k at their second highest trim level:
Nissan juke, $27,500
Mini countryman, $27,850
Mini paceman, $28,500
Buick encore, $29,800

For $30k you're getting well into Honda CR-V, Toyota RAV-4 and Mazda CX-5 territory, and those are larger vehicles with which the renegade is not intended to compete.

Looking at Jeep's own lineup, the limited Cherokee is barely over $30k, and that starts at $23k. The patriot, which is bigger than the renegade, starts at $16,700 and goes to $26,700 for the limited. I think we're more likely to see pricing closer to the patriot rather than the Cherokee.
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I'd be very surprised if it was anywhere near that. I don't think it would be very competative at that price point. The vehicles Jeep uses as comparable are all under $30k at their second highest trim level:
Nissan juke, $27,500
Mini countryman, $27,850
Mini paceman, $28,500
Buick encore, $29,800

For $30k you're getting well into Honda CR-V, Toyota RAV-4 and Mazda CX-5 territory, and those are larger vehicles with which the renegade is not intended to compete.

Looking at Jeep's own lineup, the limited Cherokee is barely over $30k, and that starts at $23k. The patriot, which is bigger than the renegade, starts at $16,700 and goes to $26,700 for the limited. I think we're more likely to see pricing closer to the patriot rather than the Cherokee.
I agree that those models all START under $30k. I know the MINIs can hit almost $40k with the addition of options. The Buick is low to mid 30s fully loaded, and the Juke is just over $30 loaded unless you go NISMO which puts into the low 30s.

I think the base TrailHawk and Limited are going to start around $25k and will get up to $30k fully loaded. This is just my opinion.
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Start at 17K ends at 25K
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