Wow if that's true that's pretty crazy.
I wish the rest of those dealers would follow suit. Kudos to you guys for not playing those games. I'm sure dealers like yours realize they can sell more cars without the games, pressure, or other frustrating tactics that these other guys are doing.Yeah, sadly some dealers advertise that way in hopes to get people in the door. We're not one of them, we don't believe in that kind of marketing.
Sadly we've lost deals to those other dealers because they "showed" a lower price. They run them down and just want to be done with it. I've seen it happen plenty of times. We do business the way we do and our customers appreciate it.I wish the rest of those dealers would follow suit. Kudos to you guys for not playing those games. I'm sure dealers like yours realize they can sell more cars without the games, pressure, or other frustrating tactics that these other guys are doing.
Editor-in-Chief's Note: One of the under-reported stories about Chrysler's latest "resurrection" is their reliance on crushing incentives and sub-prime loans. I've seen this movie before and it never ends well. -PMD
That's the sop for (prepare overly enthusiastic voiceover guy voice) "$5000 off dealer posted price!!!!!!!! At scum sucker Chevrolet/Kia/whatever. Just get down here and pretend we aren't ripping you off!"At a dealer in Las Vegas, I saw $5000 AMV. That's right, not a discount but an outrageous price bump. And these were regular Renegades: Sport, Lat, Lim, TH -- not the Hellcat model. I'm not surprised there are still 15 of them unsold on the lot. Their online site doesn't show the AMV, so I'm wondering if they are using it to negotiate back down to MSRP like: "Wellllll we normally charge $5000 extra, but we'll let you have this one for the regular MSRP, that's a $5000 discount...now lets see about how much I can devalue your trade-in..."
Can't say anything on the quality of the loans, but for jeep at least, the incentives have been under the market average.Supposedly FCA has been relying on incentives and sub-prime in a similar fashion to old GM...
Yeah, sadly some dealers advertise that way in hopes to get people in the door. We're not one of them, we don't believe in that kind of marketing.
By all means, get all you can. But be careful about looks too good to be true.I mean the Renegade is a bit overpriced so it doesn't surprise me that it is being discounted a bit, or at least it is seemingly being discounted a bit. Gotta be careful of slimy sales advertising, but if you can get a nice discount then more power to you.
I got about 1.5% below invoice. BurningGirl said she snagged $900 below invoice (which I'd imagine works out to be about 3%). Costco appears to be offering about 2% below on average if you buy through them.Out of curiousity what kind of price can someone negotiate on these?
IE, I should be able to get the Friend Pricing on this as my g/f did on her Jeep GC a few months ago which looks like about 4% off the MSRP on the Renegades.
Would someone actually be able to negotiate that price without the Friend Pricing normally on a newer vehicle like this (before incentives)?