Never heard of "sold Order protection". How is a dealer guaranteeing the rates won't change in May or June? I would be questioning that statement. I buy alot of vehicles (I get bored quickly) across different brands and never heard of that.
Good on you if that's a thing, but I am skeptical.
Keep on coming with these reviews. I am holding off on my order until I read more of these. I am heading into retirement (From the Military, not Life LOL) and have wanted to buy a Wrangler for years. Figured now is the time, but I am still hesitating.
I just don't think there's a way to pay off early unfortunately. Normally leases are residual x number of payments left. If you did a 36m lease, that's like $15K or something stacked on top of the price. Not really saving much at that point.
Ally is passing along. I can confirm that. I test drove a 4cyl turbo Rubicon today (non 4xE) and they did a write-up on the pre order. Lease payment for 12K/36m with only $558 down was $558 a month.
I can get it much lower if I order from Koons or Criswell, because their dealer discount is...
Koons told me I can refinance after three months. LOL I am sure it's a sales gimmick. What's gonna happen if I pay it off in 30 days? We are selling our house and "if" I buy one, it's gonna end up as a lease, for a bit anyways, to get the $7500. I won't qualify for that otherwise.
Assuming it's true, that would only apply for leases. Which at least for me, is the option I have been waiting for. I don't have enough tax liability to even remotely consider the 4xE. I'd never get that $7500.
No... I don't. Did you read this entire thread? Already been through this. I don't pay enough in taxes to qualify. Don't mistake refunds for credits.
If Chrysler ever decides to pass along the $7500 as a cap cost reduction or something, I am game.
Add me to the "Wait and See" category for some real world reviews before I toss my name into the hat. I will not qualify for the $7500, so for me, it's really about the MPG and HP gains. However, based on these estimates, there may not be any gains LOL
Alot of entitled folks kicking around these forums. Jeep owes you nothing. If you are going to complain about the EV range, try buying ANY other EV. None of them get what they say. Some are slighly higher, some are slightly lower. Hell my 2020 Rav4 Hybrid gets 44mpg in the summer and low 30's in...
Based on what the OP referenced, line 16 for 2019 return, I had $0. LOL I am Active Duty Military, and claim 4 dependents. However, I am retiring in August and was thinking of buying this as my retirement gift.