I am in Baton Rouge, Louisiana; any dealers around, maybe Houston, that I can order a JLUR with the 7-8% below invoice pricing?
I'm rather Confused because one dealership said it can be used, while another said its invalid. I called Jeep and they said my code is now invalid!I have the e-mail on those. Does it work on the 2019's or 2018's only? My wife is looking at hte new Bikini color so it would have to be a 2019.
You can try Kim at Superior in Conway, AR, about a 6.5 hour drive. I don't know what percentage she's at anymore (5% was always her deal), but I don't know of many dealers down there that go higher than that.
Maybe for some reason she doesnt like the cut of my jib but I have reached out to her twice, the last time so it went so far as her assistant took my build and contact information and she never got back to me (and I followed up).You can try Kim at Superior in Conway, AR, about a 6.5 hour drive. I don't know what percentage she's at anymore (5% was always her deal), but I don't know of many dealers down there that go higher than that.
We finally completed the registration process for our new JLUR here in California. Overall, we had a great experience with Antonio at Jim Marsh Jeep. Johnny, our salesman who took us through delivery, was outstanding. Absolutely no tricks or gimmicks whatsoever, and only a two second question on whether we wanted an extended warranty. We just wish that the factory could have built and shipped our Wrangler to Jim Marsh much earlier. Unfortunately, we ordered when their was quite a back log of orders, and we didn't get ours built until after the January shutdown.Well, I just joined the fun. I ordered a fairly loaded Rubicon Unlimited from Antonio at Marsh Jeep in Vegas. He is still offering a total of a 5% discount below invoice (4% + an extra 1% with a $100 Tread Lightly membership). I live in SoCal and called a number of dealers around here, and not one of them would come close. If interested, here is his e-mail - [email protected]
For around $1700 more (less with final under-invoice pricing), you get a Sahara. I would also go ahead and get the full Premium Audio Group (only adds $300 to your build and gets you the larger screen and Nav along with the Alpine upgrade).I'm wondering with this build if I should just go for the Sahara model given the options I have selected, Anyone had a similar dilemma?
For resales would Kelly Book/Dealers etc not just quote for the basic Sports S & Sahaar and not provide for the extras, so would get more money back on resale on the Sahara ? Personally when i am buying 2nd hand, extras are nice to have, but I'm not paying more than the standard going price for the modelFor around $1700 more (less with final under-invoice pricing), you get a Sahara. I would also go ahead and get the full Premium Audio Group (only adds $300 to your build and gets you the larger screen and Nav along with the Alpine upgrade).
Heck, I would even consider the Anti-Slip Diff and Selec-Trac...uh oh, that's where going Sahara might wind up costing you: really easy to push that build over $50k with a few tasty options.
But what does the Sahara give you that you're not getting on the Sport? It gives you access to more options, but apples-to-apples you're not getting much additional (HD brakes, auto A/C, body colored flares, a few interior bits) than you would with your Sport S build.
If you want the silvery accents and those few extras, go Sahara. If you want access to more options, go Sahara. If you want to save a couple a grand and plan on sticking to your original build, get the Sport S.
I too am in Baton Rouge and have put all of the local dealers through the ringer only to end up no where close to what Kim @ Superior or Neil @ Demontrond are giving. The problem with those two dealers is they are non-responsive!