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The answer is always no until you ask. They can mark up all the want and they may just get some fool with more money than sense.
 

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Now that’s a feature righ there, that and the tire refills😳
Wonder how much they charge for lube prior to signing the paperwork???
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I'm worried my 392 order which is supposed to ship the end of this month will somehow get jacked up. I'll for sure walk if that happens.
I signed a vehicle order form, as did the salesman, when I submitted my $500.00 deposit check. I explicitly asked if this protected me from any price increases between that day, and the day the vehicle arrived for delivery. The salesman, and the Sales Mgr (who per policy entered the actual vehicle order in the system) both replied in the affirmative.

Lo and behold, the sticker price did increase (by <$100) when my JLU came off of the truck. I paid the number that was on the aforementioned order form, though, and not a penny more. I'd have expected to do the same if that increase was $1K or even $10K.

Hopefully you signed similar documents that would protect you from so-called market adjustments?
 

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I signed a vehicle order form, as did the salesman, when I submitted my $500.00 deposit check. I explicitly asked if this protected me from any price increases between that day, and the day the vehicle arrived for delivery. The salesman, and the Sales Mgr (who per policy entered the actual vehicle order in the system) both replied in the affirmative.

Lo and behold, the sticker price did increase (by <$100) when my JLU came off of the truck. I paid the number that was on the aforementioned order form, though, and not a penny more. I'd have expected to do the same if that increase was $1K or even $10K.

Hopefully you signed similar documents that would protect you from so-called market adjustments?
I have a priced order conformation. I don't think it the same thing you have. I've been going to the dealer in person and getting a new sheet with any status changes, the last being D1 and dealer quoted ship date as 6/22. I'm going for this ride until I get bucked off or it works out I guess. So far all the status sheets have had the same price,$76,630. I just have a verbal from the sales manager that it will be delivered for MSRP. I'm guessing if the price to the dealer goes up, it will be passed on to me.
 

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The 392 and TRX markups are insane!! Customer bought a TRX, was $90K ish, drove it home and started taking buy bids from dealers.... $103K buy bid from a Vegas dealer. So that dealer would be selling it in the $120 range I'd imagine or more.

Patience is the name of the game.
 

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TRX here in town went on a used car lot Saturday, $105K, sold Monday. Base model.

The way car prices are now it is absolutely insane. Crazy.

Sam
 

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I have no idea...I made them drop that $3k 'package' from our JLURD.
Yeah, that's no "family" I want to be part of, what a cash grab!
I bet their service dept is completely on the up & up too!
 

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Jeep and dealer in OP are in my hometown . I beleive that Jeep was ordered specifically for the Owner and is priced as such because he doesn't want anyone to buy it. It's probably listed to bring in curious and high dollar customers. Has a Ram TRX also.
 
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