Typically, there are limited incentives with a new model, especially one with sales as brisk as the JL. I did not want to wait an indefinite period of time so I addressed a potential post-sale incentive in my quotation request.That's what i plan to do as well, but i am waiting for better incentives on 2019 models (none right now). Typically here dealers in cities are less prone to cut deals than the ones in surrounding areas.
I certainly don't mind sharing but please note that I was not at all impressed with our salesperson or our overall experience with the dealership.Not sure if it is appropriate, but Ron if you don't mind would you share the dealer you ended up transacting with? I note several dealers in Vancouver are trying to claim above MSRP on their sites and then "instant savings" to make it look like you're getting a deal, it is silly
Yikes Ron, sorry to hear about the poor experience. But I really appreciate all the info you have shared...thank you!
Unfortunately, FCA Canada is not doing itself any favours in winning or retaining customers. When I purchased our last new Chrysler product several years ago, the dealer expended a good deal of effort to ensure I came back to them for service and recommended their dealership to others. That does not appear to be the case any longer. FCA US offers a number of promotions and incentives to their customers but in Canada, we get nothing.That's really sad to hear. From what i gathered from many owners and general mechanics i dealt with, the dealerships are a plague around here too. Honestly at the price we pay, the "ordering experience" shouldn't even be near what you got. My build is at 60k atm (MSRP) and odds are i'll get the same treatment. I really want a jlur, but i don't look forward to the purchase at all...I wish we could order it from Costco sometimes.