What is it about the Jeep that appeals to you, having had a history of very practical rigs?
I've never had a car this big and I feel too old get get a sporty type of vehicle. I don't drive as fast as I used to and I'd rather run over thing these days.
Do you have the latest pricing? Here it is on the forum. https://www.jlwranglerforums.com/latest-2018-jeep-wrangler-jl-order-guide-august-2018/
I've seen this, thanks for the info.
Are you willing to do without some of the new features and buy a JK?
I've test driven both and like how smooth the JL is compared to the JK.
When contacting dealers tell them you can get 5% off invoice if you travel, and ask them if they're willing to match that. Dealers who move product get FCA incentives that still make the 5% off Invoice deal worth it to them. Why waste time asking them for their starting bid?
I stopped getting replies when I asked for 5% below invoice but still trying.
What are the must haves in a Jeep? This is just so personal. I mean with kids (I don't know their ages) power windows with locks would be important as a start I think, (as I think you do too as stated) but I simply don't know enough about you to proceed
They're in their teens.
And what's your time frame...can you wait for the power top?
I'm in no rush. I can wait for the power top.
"I am sure we can work something out in terms of price.
Honestly, the best price comes when you are here. They will pretty much do anything to get a deal done when you are here in person."
I never met my salesman until the day I signed the paperwork and took possession. Conversely I showed up at my local dealer who would only sell me at invoice.
Good to know.