To those of you that ordered a JK (or any vehicle) using an affiliate invoice type program such as TL. Do dealers ever doctor the Invoice pricing? Or is it a pretty standard no haggle process?
Wish I could work with you, our local Jeep dealer is joke here (not the one I ordered from, drove for that one). They cant even explain what a locker is, what axles the Rubicon comes stock with, or how to even operate the soft top. I know its just an uneducated salesperson but it reflects highly on the whole dealership! (or poorly?)I actually find it rather funny when I show someone the invoice and they say, "That's not the real invoice, you wouldn't sell a vehicle for a loss. How could you stay in business." Like I have someone hidden in the back typing up 1500 fake invoices. It's a pretty straight forward process.
Unfortunately, that would ruin the mystery. As tempting as it is, I must pass at this point.JLWF dealer. Where are you located and can we buy from you?
Remember: most car sales people aren't car guys. They are sales people. This week/ month they are selling Jeeps, next week they are selling Fords or furniture, or whatever/ wherever they can make the most commission with the least amount of work and the least knowledgeable customers (the easier to jack up commissions.)I went to a local dealer the day of the reveal and not 1 but the 2 different people I talked to didn’t even know there was a new wrangler coming out. Then they asked me what’s different about it