0% financing.. How long will it last?

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It doesn’t take a rocket scientist to see that the viral virus has set us back economically.. The best indication? Wranglers with 0% financing! To my knowledge that hasn’t occurred since 2006. How long can this last? I hope it will last at least until my new JL order arrives! What are your projections:whatsgoingon: :computerrage:
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My guess is not to long. Other Jeeps have already been reduced from 0% for 84 months to 72. I think we may have seen the peak in offers.

I wonder if the wrangler plant shutdown actually helped them with wrangler sales. Kind of creating a supply/demand shift since there was limited stock in dealer lots.
 
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My guess is not to long. Other Jeeps have already been reduced from 0% for 84 months to 72. I think we may have seen the peak in offers.

I wonder if the wrangler plant shutdown actually helped them with wrangler sales. Kind of creating a supply/demand shift since there was limited stock in dealer lots.
I can see the supply/demand shift occurring. I just can’t see them doing away with 0%, even on Wrangler, until they’re sure sales are up beyond the initial buying surge and re-opening.
 

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It's only 0% up to 36 months on Wrangler though, which isn't all that attractive an offer for most buyers.
 
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It's only 0% up to 36 months on Wrangler though, which isn't all that attractive an offer for most buyers.
I agree.. That’s even more of a reason for them to either continue to run that offer for a longer period of time or to run a better offer for a shorter period of time. I’m sure they’ll be equating it all to number of sales.
 

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I got my JLUR in September using the 0% for 36 months deal. Really is zero percent. I’ve multipled my monthly bill by 36 and I get the exact amount of my Jeep’s price without a penny more.
 
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