2021 Jeep Rubicon.... Price Comparison

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Just a quick nit picky thing I see quite often on this forum that drives me a little nuts.

This is a winch


This is a wench
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My apologies for the interupption, carry on.
Yeah but, what's wrong with slapping a wench on your front bumper?

Edit: Oh and by the way, interruption is spelled like this...not "interupption" as you stated above...

This is fun being the Spelling Police 😁





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Jeeps invoice pricing is 89% of MSRP. In addition, there are are more dealers willing to play ball since the vehicle has been out for years. In 2018, when the brand new JL Wranglers were coming out, I had a local dealer offering 6% below Invoice pricing. Doing some quick math on your $62,850 Rubicon, the deal would have been $52,580.
I'm a little confused... that's more like 83.6%. And that's a damn good deal... how did we get there?

Edit: My bad, you did say below invoice not below MSRP. That's some crazy numbers though, $10k off a $62k vehicle. Too bad I really can't stand Jeeps.
 

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Just a quick nit picky thing I see quite often on this forum that drives me a little nuts.

This is a winch


This is a wench
2h8a0047.jpg


My apologies for the interupption, carry on.
And quite a wench at that! :)
 

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I'm a little confused... that's more like 83.6%. And that's a damn good deal... how did we get there?

Edit: My bad, you did say below invoice not below MSRP. That's some crazy numbers though, $10k off a $62k vehicle. Too bad I really can't stand Jeeps.
You and me both brother. I like their look and the lifestyle but HATE their onroad characteristics and and build quality.
 

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Soo.. This is embarressing but I am going to OWN up to MY mistake here. Just dug up the pricing I did for my GF back in the day. Turns out you essentially get the total vehicle for 89% of MSRP. Invoice pricing is actually 95.45% of MSRP. Then you take an additional 5-6% off that. So the Jeep in this case would be $56,992.

Here is the dealership breakdown for the jeep were were looking at back in 2018.

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Soo.. This is embarressing but I am going to OWN up to MY mistake here. Just dug up the pricing I did for my GF back in the day. Turns out you essentially get the total vehicle for 89% of MSRP. Invoice pricing is actually 95.45% of MSRP. Then you take an additional 5-6% off that. So the Jeep in this case would be $56,992.

Here is the dealership breakdown for the jeep were were looking at back in 2018.

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That I is the FIRST mistake EVER to appear on B6G!!! 😂🤣😂
 

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Soo.. This is embarressing but I am going to OWN up to MY mistake here. Just dug up the pricing I did for my GF back in the day. Turns out you essentially get the total vehicle for 89% of MSRP. Invoice pricing is actually 95.45% of MSRP. Then you take an additional 5-6% off that. So the Jeep in this case would be $56,992.

Here is the dealership breakdown for the jeep were were looking at back in 2018.

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So basically..... ya lied to us 😔
 

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Did OP have to make this to present to his wife?
 

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You can get 5% off invoices with Tread lightly with several dealers, I believe Granger also has a Jeep dealership.
Actually its very easy to get 7-8% below invoice.
 

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The 392, if it happens, is likely to be one model year only. It's about to be regulated out of existence due to emissions. Throwing a Hemi at things is the only trick FCA knows and they're cashing in before they're screwed.
 

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