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Newbie here, and I am tortured over pricing after actively looking at dealerships and way way waaay too much research on line. So far, I have been quoted $22,000 for a Sport 4x4 automatic, and $23,000 for a Latitude 4x4 automatic Renegade. I am also actively looking at the Subaru Crosstek which for $21,500 I can get a premium with bluetooth, back-up camera, and heated seats. This is what brings me to the Latitude, since with the Sport Renegade, I will get none of this.


So, anybody comfortable with posting what they paid? Is this even allowed on the forum? By the way, the Jeep Dealer almost seemed a little desperate yesterday, chasing me with the floor model latitude, and to buy from selection on the lot. Could dealers be trying to move lot models now that the "transmission software" issue has surfaced? I am in southeast Massachusetts.


Thanks from TM - possible future owner!
 

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I paid $23,995 in Massachusetts on the Latitude a month ago and after negotiating between 4 dealers had 2 of them tell me they couldnt meet that price. I had a dealer here on the forum also say jump on it, good price. The msrp was $25690. Hope its helpful!
 

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I paid $22,030 +TTL, and warranties for my 2x4 Latitude: 2.4L, 6.5 Nav, 17" Wheels. Base price was $25,530, and they basically took $3500 off by jacking up the value of my trade in.
 

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I was gonna start a thread, but I'll just post here.

I'm looking to get a Trailhawk with some options, MSRP will be a bit north of 30k. Would $3000 less than MSRP be a good goal? It should certainly be obtainable if @codev got a Latitude for nearly that. Maybe I should shoot for $3500? Codev, did you get any special discounts, or have a trade worked into the deal?

Also, I'm interested in the lifetime warranty. If I remember correctly, $1900 would be a good obtainable price for this, yes?
 

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I was gonna start a thread, but I'll just post here.

I'm looking to get a Trailhawk with some options, MSRP will be a bit north of 30k. Would $3000 less than MSRP be a good goal? It should certainly be obtainable if @codev got a Latitude for nearly that. Maybe I should shoot for $3500? Codev, did you get any special discounts, or have a trade worked into the deal?

Also, I'm interested in the lifetime warranty. If I remember correctly, $1900 would be a good obtainable price for this, yes?
Rebel,

I had a trade worked in AFTER all numbers had been settled. I meant to write, their MSRP was $25,690. So that would be about $1990 off. Those were my numbers before trade in. I used my trade to pay off the tax (it was a clunker). After all this, I worked in a trade because I didn't want to pay sales tax. We were upside down a tiny bit, but then qualified for some $1000 incentive. This was OK because we didn't pay sales tax, which was my end goal.

I'm confident you can do 3 large under MSRP though. Especially if you're motivated to go home with it that day.

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For what it's worth, we used the Costco Auto Buying program to order our Renegade Latitude with 1.4L/6-speed with Power MySky. Paid $500 below dealer invoice. MSRP would have been $25,685 (includes shipping). Our price was $24,644.
 

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The last time I went car buying (2006). I used CarsDirect simply because I hate to haggle numbers and they gave me top dollar on my trade in. It ended up close to $1100 below MSRP before the trade in part. But, quite a few co-workers here at work have used the Costco program and recommend it. So when it comes to buying the Renegade in a few months I just may take a look at what Costco can offer as well.

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First I want to thank everybody who has responded to this thread. This forum has been so helpful. I ended up purchasing a 4x4 automatic white sport model for $21,500 plus tax, fees, extra which I paid for upfront. The kicker is that the dealer gave me $14,000 for my 1 yr old Nissan Sentra which I paid $14,500 for last summer. This allowed me to put down $5,500 on the Renegade. Flipping a 1 year old car is economically a tough (stupid) thing to do, but I walked away with the same car payment, adding just 1 more year. This was very important to me. I just couldn't stand that poor little Sentra.

I tried so hard at 2 dealerships to buy a latitude, but ultimately could not get them below $23,000. I can live without the u-connect, since I never talk or text on cell while driving, but I long for the rear-view camera, and I am currently researching having something installed post-purchase. This should be standard in the sport model since I think it is going to be mandated within the next few years on all new cars. Does anybody know if our sport radios are back-up camera ready?

Anyhow, thanks for the info and help. I never owned a Jeep or an SUV before and I am lusting over this new car - like getting up out of bed at night to look at it in the driveway kind of lust. I am also "babying" it, but hoping to relax about this purchase in the next few months, especially if this NE winter is as bad as last year.

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We bought a Colorado Red, Renegade Sport 4x4 with the 2.4 Tigershark w/9 spd auto, power & air group, sound group (6 speakers/U Connect/Sirius), and the ParkView rear backup camera. MSRP was $25,370 and we paid dealer invoice at $24,603. The two things we didn't get, that we would have liked, were the roof rails and Sierra Blue instead of Colorado Red (the red has grown on us though).

We traded a 2012 Chevrolet Sonic LTZ hatchback and got what we owed on it (I was not going to finance any trade-in debt).

Bank of America financed it for 60 months at 2.79 and we declined the offered extended warranty. The dealer really wanted to sell the warranty and offered to buy down the BofA rate to 1.79 if we would take the 5 yr/100k bumper to bumper warranty. Since the payment was exactly the same, we took the lower rate and the warranty (which has already paid for several days of car rentals while our Reny was in the shop).

I felt like it was a fair purchase overall and didn't feel like a needed to shower when we left. ;-)
 

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I am looking to purchase a 2015 Jeep Renegade Latitude 4x4 with 17' wheels and the best quote I have so far is $25,000 Out the door not including Tax, title and license as I can do that myself at the MVD for around $800 total and save by not paying the doc fee. My question is how much did any of you really pay out the door?
 

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2 dealerships here in Massachusetts would not budge below $23,000 for a latitude automatic 4x4. Is it the 17" wheels driving the price up for you? I think even KBB shows for less than that. Perhaps it is your location? Are there end of month 1/2 year quotas at dealerships that need to be met? Keep at it until you are satisfied with the price.
 

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There is no charge for the 17" upgrade for the latitude.
Remember, I need to hear from someone that purchased the exact same specs latitude for out the door pricing excluding tax, title and license please (PRICE + DESTINATION).
 

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Got my factory order Trailhawk for $1500 under dealer invoice ($2,570 under MSRP). $500 under invoice was the Costco no-haggle cost, and another $1000 for a lease conquest (I had a lease from a competing brand). I didn't even have to trade the lease in to them, just had to show proof of the lease (current statement).
 

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I am not interested in hearing about leases, only purchases of the latitude, no added options, price plus destination out the door without tax title and license please. Please give actual dollar amounts paid . Thanks
 

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There is no charge for the 17" upgrade for the latitude.
Remember, I need to hear from someone that purchased the exact same specs latitude for out the door pricing excluding tax, title and license please (PRICE + DESTINATION).[/QUOT


Listed below are the specs for the exact latitude automatic 4x4 that I could have bought for $23,000 plus tax and fees. $2,690 below MRSP. AND it was blue!! This is in MA and was on May 31, last day of the month, dealer calling my cell 10 minutes before closing asking me to turn around and come sign purchase agreement.

I ended up buying a white automatic 4x4 sport for $21,500 plus tax and fees from another dealer who gave me $1500 more for my trade.

Most dealerships have many "IN TRANSIT" vehicles so I am guessing dealers should be ready to entertain any reasonable offers.

JEEP RENEGADE LATITUDE 4x4

Packages & Options
Additional Options

Wheels: 17" x 7.0" Aluminum
Engine Oil Cooler
3.734 Axle Ratio
Transmission: 9-Speed 948TE Automatic
Cloth Low-Back Bucket Seats
Engine: 2.4L I4 MultiAir
50 State Emissions
Quick Order Package 27J
Vinyl Shift Knob
Tires: P215/60R17 BSW AS Touring
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$25,690Price Was
Best Price
Estimated Payment:$331 /mo
72 Months @ 4.99% A.P.R. (estimated financing rate) ($5,138 Down Payment)


Manufacturer Offer 0.9% for 36 mos on select Jeep models
21mpg
City
29mpg
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I am not interested in hearing about leases, only purchases of the latitude, no added options, price plus destination out the door without tax title and license please. Please give actual dollar amounts paid . Thanks

Mine was a purchase. I just happened to have an existing lease to get another 1000 off.

Destination is included in MSRP, only thing extra I paid for was tax title license. That is irrelevant since it varies location to location.

Bottom line, if you are a Costco member, you will get at least 500 under dealer invoice on any trim or options. Add TTL and there's what you would pay with that program.



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Just some data as I have been internet shopping for a 4x4 1.4T 6MT Latitude. This is in Oregon/WA:

2015 4x4 Sport 6MT 1.4T Air/Alum Wheels Package: $18,879 (no tax in Oregon but maybe $400 in reg and fees). This was the internet eprice at the dealer in Vancouver, WA. I told them I had affiliate available. I'm sure there's a few hundred still in the deal. I doubt they would turn down $19K OTD

2015 4x4 Latitude 6MT 1.4T Base Latitude: $21,412. I think there is plenty of room for this model as well.

I'm tempted on that Sport but I'm not in a hurry. Ideally, I can find a white Latitude with the 17" wheels in 6MT and 1.4T with nothing else (although I could be convinced to buy the safety package).

Happy shopping and good luck.
 
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