What are the odds of getting a new JL for under invoice.
On my JK, I just emailed all the local dealerships with the list of options I wanted and a price of 3% under invoice. Two told me to come in and lets talk, two didn't reply and one said "we'll do that deal". And that was on a new order not a in stock vehicle so I know nothing was wrong with it. There is back end money that dealerships make so selling under invoice and they still make $500-1000 or more.if you can get one for under invoice you don't want it.. meaning something seriously wrong with the car.
Having bought cars around new launches.. it's really tough.
also, you never want a first year car.. it'll be full of bugs. this isn't a german company.
I have bought first year models of 2 Jeep vehicles and both were plagued with problems that many other people reported. I was a moderator on a JK forum and heard of many people who had similar issues."People" say not to buy the first year of a new model but is there really any evidence of there being more problems than second or third year models other than anecdotal evidence? Just because you heard of someone that had troubles doesn't mean they all have problems.
Exactly. Maybe during the production ramp up with more limited supply we'll see greedy dealers trying to price gouge. But after that as production hits full production there shouldn't be any reason why ppl should be getting ripped off. Especially considering production capacity will be higher for the JL than it ever was for the outgoing JK.Unless it's a special model, where very few are available a dealer shouldn't have an issue cutting some people a break. There's enough full pop suckers to go around.