Is this a good offer?

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I'm looking to place an order soon and trying to get the best deal. This is the latest offer so far. Am I missing anything in this negotiation process? Thanks for any info!
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I'm looking to place an order soon and trying to get the best deal. This is the latest offer so far. Am I missing anything in this negotiation process? Thanks for any info!
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Also get tread lightly for a additional 1% off under invoice.
Your Jeep is basically what I want to order , but I want the color match top , flares and the steal bumpers. So mine is like 54k and I will get almost 7k off MSRP
 

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By my math, that's 3% below invoice. The best deals nationwide are about 7% below. Based on the map it doesn't look like there are much better in LA. Definitely not a bad deal.
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https://sites.google.com/view/wranglerdeals/home
My suggestion to shop some more. Seems like you are leaving appx $2K on the table? Is it worth the trouble for you? There are some no haggle dealers that will give 7% below invoice. You should atleast get one such quote to compare. Good luck.
 

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As others have said, this deal is "ok", but it's not a great or even good deal. I don't see doc fees listed either, so my guess is those will get added on too.

Being in Louisiana, I would reach out to Kim at Superior in Arkansas. They are going to give you the best deal within driving range.

Also, join Tread Lightly!
 

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It's not a bad deal, but you may be able to do 2-3% cheaper. As others have mentioned, you can join Tread Lightly to save another 1% - the only down side is that you have to wait a month before using it. However you should also check out FCA Affiliate Rewards - over 1,000 companies qualify for the supplier discount, which is the same deal as Tread Lightly but with no waiting period.
 

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I would like to add that the $500 rebate for military should be on top of the 5-7% off.
 

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I would like to add that the $500 rebate for military should be on top of the 5-7% off.
Exactly, he's getting only $1,000 off invoice (which is less than 2%). The $500 military rebate would be applicable after any agreed upon deal. And that $500 is not money out of the dealer's profit, it's a rebate/discount from FCA.
With that said, I think anything below invoice is a "Good Deal". Are there better deals? Sure, but below invoice is good. People get 5% or more below invoice, but those are specific dealerships. Plus you have to watch the processing fees as they may eat up the savings.
 

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I'm looking to place an order soon and trying to get the best deal. This is the latest offer so far. Am I missing anything in this negotiation process? Thanks for any info!
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Just my Opinion: You'd like to be at 5% below invoice. So take off $2400, then take off $500 for military. Puts you around $45,700.

Might be worth citing a 6% off invoice deal from other dealers, then compromising in the middle if you want to stay local.
 

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It should not be very difficult to get 6K off the MSRP and then add your military discount and hold back.
Shop a little more.
 

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