Are you a Costco member?I'd like to find a good dealership to prepare for my 2018 JLU purchase, preferably in the San Jose area.
I am a Costco member and totally forgot about their auto buying program - thanks for reminding me.Are you a Costco member?
When I bought my 2014 JKUR I went through Costco. The dealer Costco sent me to was Fremont Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram (DGDG). There were zero hassles from the salesman and from the finance department (I paid cash) but finance asked about additional warranty etc, which I declined and they did not push it. It might of been my strong emphasis on NO THANK YOU! . The primary reason for no hassle is that the price is set per an agreement between Costco and the dealer. It is possible to get a better deal than going through Costco (or some other program) but for me I felt I got a great deal and zero hassle. Zero hassle is worth a lot to me.
Don't think you have to buy local. Any dealer must honor warranty no matter where you bought the vehicle. The dealer still gets paid by FCA even though you do not pay.
If you aren't a Costco member, it might be worth the cost of membership just to buy the Jeep, no hassle.
I don't know. You could email Costco auto program and see what they say. I would start with Costco. If Costco doesn't know, perhaps they will put in contact with their Jeep dealer and hopefully the fleet salesman will be honest and give you a straight answer.I am a Costco member and totally forgot about their auto buying program - thanks for reminding me.
I don't suppose it is stackable with any other discounts such as the Tread Lightly one?
It was something like $500 under dealer invoice, which put it a couple of thousand under MSRP. Never pay MSRP. You should be at dealer invoice or lower.Was your price $1000 under MSRP or better than that?