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I'm not seeing any price changes. I compared the Oct 21 and the Jan 22 and everything seems to be the same? Who was saying there was a price increase?
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I'm not seeing any price changes. I compared the Oct 21 and the Jan 22 and everything seems to be the same? Who was saying there was a price increase?
There’s a new Jan 22 dated Jan 17. Make sure you are checking the right one. Sports went up a few hundred rubicons went up a few thousand
 

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Hi,

Yeah the latest added 1900 to my JLUR msrp, will see if the dealership honors the price I ordered to, either way stuck in D status

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There’s a new Jan 22 dated Jan 17. Make sure you are checking the right one. Sports went up a few hundred rubicons went up a few thousand
Got it! I didn't see that one on the top of the post, I just opened the Jan 22 and the Oct21. Thanks for the info. Looks like mine with the options went up about $1000. I'll be calling my dealer today to make sure that I'm locked into the old price, otherwise I will cancel and order somewhere else that will give me a better deal. Since I'm new to this, I pretty much agreed to the MSRP without any discounts. I wish I wouldve done a little more research before I ordered, otherwise I probably wouldn't have ordered from my local dealer to begin with. Thanks for the info.
 

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Got it! I didn't see that one on the top of the post, I just opened the Jan 22 and the Oct21. Thanks for the info. Looks like mine with the options went up about $1000. I'll be calling my dealer today to make sure that I'm locked into the old price, otherwise I will cancel and order somewhere else that will give me a better deal. Since I'm new to this, I pretty much agreed to the MSRP without any discounts. I wish I wouldve done a little more research before I ordered, otherwise I probably wouldn't have ordered from my local dealer to begin with. Thanks for the info.

That's where I'm at, question is will they refund our deposits? Seems like it's mostly Chapman getting the bad rap, but I'm wondering if this was all anticipated. Getting deposits to fill an allocation then half the buyers cancel before their Jeep arrives leaving the dealer with tons of custom orders they can upsell over msrp. Meanwhile keeping deposits..?
 

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That's where I'm at, question is will they refund our deposits? Seems like it's mostly Chapman getting the bad rap, but I'm wondering if this was all anticipated. Getting deposits to fill an allocation then half the buyers cancel before their Jeep arrives leaving the dealer with tons of custom orders they can upsell over msrp. Meanwhile keeping deposits..?
AFAIK Chapman is not asking for deposits. How are getting to keep them?
 

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FCA is absolutely genius. Take 70,000 Jeep Wrangler orders at one price. Deliver ~10,000 of them and then raise the price ~$2000 on the rest stuck in the queue. Leaning on their language on the POC:

"The prices and equipment shown on this priced order confirmation are tentative and subject to change or correction without prior notice. No claims against the content listed or prices quoted will be accepted. Refer to the vehicle invoice for final vehicle content and pricing. Orders are accepted only when the vehicle is shipped by the factory."
 

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AFAIK Chapman is not asking for deposits. How are getting to keep them?

I didn't order from Chapman, on my other post on the other thread I stated that maybe Chapman is able to raise prices because they didn't require deposits.
 

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FCA is absolutely genius. Take 70,000 Jeep Wrangler orders at one price. Deliver ~10,000 of them and then raise the price ~$2000 on the rest stuck in the queue. Leaning on their language on the POC:

"The prices and equipment shown on this priced order confirmation are tentative and subject to change or correction without prior notice. No claims against the content listed or prices quoted will be accepted. Refer to the vehicle invoice for final vehicle content and pricing. Orders are accepted only when the vehicle is shipped by the factory."
Exactly right, after waiting many will just pay the $2k (depending on options). Some of us, like me are tied with a deposit.
 

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Exactly right, after waiting many will just pay the $2k (depending on options). Some of us, like me are tied with a deposit.
My salesperson just notified me that I'm locked in at the prior price, so there is some hope for humanity!
 

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That's where I'm at, question is will they refund our deposits? Seems like it's mostly Chapman getting the bad rap, but I'm wondering if this was all anticipated. Getting deposits to fill an allocation then half the buyers cancel before their Jeep arrives leaving the dealer with tons of custom orders they can upsell over msrp. Meanwhile keeping deposits..?
I cannot imagine them not refunding a deposit when the price changed. If Jeep raised all prices $10k, how many people would really have to rethink their purchase.
 
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