Up to 6% Below Invoice Pricing

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    Travis... I live in Fort Mill, SC (a suburb of Charlotte) and may have to check you guys out next year when I get closer to buying my Wrangler. (Still saving up money for it.) Looks like it's only about a 2 hour drive for me. You mention 5%-6% off of orders. What about for current inventory you have on the lot? Should I just refer to your website for those prices? Thanks Travis.
     
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    Does the 5-6% below invoice at TriCity require that you finance? Or can you still get that deal paying with cash?
     
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    Also is it 5% off invoice then add back the $1495 destination fee or 5% off Invoice+Destination? Thx
     
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    Not sure. Maybe @[email protected] will weigh in our you can PM him.
     
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    @[email protected] can answer for sure. I believe they discount the destination.
     
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    I'm picking up mine soon...we're using our credit union (not a cash buy) and Travis @[email protected] had zero issues/changes to the cost he quoted. Plus, he's been great to work with. ThirtyOne, thank you for letting us all know about Tri City!
     
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    Just PM-ed Travis. Thanks @ThirtyOne!

    Another question: Does the destination fee ($1495) differ from dealership to dealership? And what about a "doc" fee? I get all these fees mixed up!
     
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    Destination is on the window sticker. It is set by the factory.

    Doc Fee varies by dealer. Most in NC are between $600 - $700. Tri-City is $350.
     
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    Got it. Great info, thanks! And it sounds like Tri-City's deal is great. That's a low doc fee. And destination is what it is, so all good.
     
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    "That's a low doc fee" ? Ours is $80-120, set by law. You do understand that high doc fee is just another profit bucket for the dealer, right?
     
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    I don't mind the dealer making some profit if I get what I want at the price I want with a good experience. I'm fine with a $350 doc fee. Cool?
     
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    You be you.
     
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    Doc fees in NC are typically between $600-$700.
     
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    Of course it’s set by law. California loves to stick its nose where it doesn’t belong.

    You do understand that TriCity is one of the 5 cheapest dealers in the country - even with that “profit bucket”, right?
     
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    Fuck you on the California-bashing. You go ahead and have your jealousy over California - I mean we are the #1 tourist destination in the nation so we must have something you people want lol.

    Sounds pretty good to me to have a law that stops the dealer from packing on non-negotiable last-minute costs to your purchase and calling it whatever they want.

    Not everyone is smart as you to know going in that the dealer is gonna screw them and call it "doc fees" - as if it costs that much to submit a form to DMV lol

    So if you get 6% off but they add back on $700 in non-negotiable fees at the end....

    And how do you know whether they are "..one of the 5 cheapest dealers in the country..." Have you done a survey with data you can show us?
     
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