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2014 Jeep Cherokee Prices Paid and Buying Experience

steverstever Viva Las CrucesPosts: 40,813
edited February 9 in Jeep

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  • dlbrixdlbrix Posts: 1

    Seriously! This forum was created in February and no one has posted!!! Well let me be the first.

    I am looking at buying a 2014 Cherokee Trailhawk. Both Edmunds and quote a fair purchase price for the vehicle but it seems every time I talk with a saleperson in term of getting a sale price even remotely close to these prices, they look at me with derision and tell me how hot the vehicle is and how there is no way they could sell the car for that amount.. So I am wondering how acurate these "Fair Purchase Price" quotes are... I am asking folks who have purchased a 2014 Cherokee Trailhawk to let me know what they purchaced (what feature packages), how much they paid for the vehicle and how they like the vehicle so far....

    Please let me know, so I know if I am way off base when I go in to negotiate with the dealers...

    Here is what I am hoping for...

    2014 Jeep Cherokee Trailhawk with 6 cyl engine, panoramic sun roof, comfort/convienience package, tow package, 8 speaker stereo system... All for around $37,00.00 out the door (figuring $3,500 in tax and dmv fees, that is about $33,500.00 for the trailhawk)

    Please help me to know if I am off base! Thanks!



  • steverstever Viva Las CrucesPosts: 40,813
    edited June 7

    Thanks for posting. B)

    Don't know about Kelley, but TMV is based on actual purchases in your region. That doesn't mean that your preferred dealer is willing to make a sale, but some people are buying Cherokees for a "fair" price.

    Instead of "going in" to negotiate with the dealers, you may want to get some quotes first. Or check out our Price Promise and see where that comes in compared to your target.

    I must be selecting the wrong options* when I price out a Trailhawk here. I'm getting a TMV of $36,990 after applying the $500 incentive that's available in some areas. The idea is to try to meet or beat TMV, but getting $3,500 off TMV may be a bit of a stretch.

    *Did you mean the 9 speaker option?

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  • ant4423ant4423 Posts: 3

    Good Deal? Leased a Jeep Cherokee Latitute 4x4 w/backup camera Bluetooth. MSRP just a tad under 30k got about 3k off includes incentives 36month 10k miles. Monthly payment 289.99 and $0 out of pocket...actually better than 0 out of pocket they gave me a check for $380 to pay off one payment left on my current lease to get into the jeep. Seemed like an awesome deal for a 30k jeep.

  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 29,146

    Under $300/mo. for a $30K MSRP can't be a bad deal..

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  • saratogastevesaratogasteve San Jose, CaPosts: 19

    While Chrysler dealer's in my area (Bay Area) will advertise price leaders for the Cherokee Sport at less than $20,000 for a new car, it doesn't surprise me that the sales people will give you a blank stare when you try to reference these prices or TMV found on Edmunds. Depending on the dealership - a sales person may get zero compensation for unloading a "price leader" - so they have zero incentive to even aknowledge that the car even exists. And I'm not talking about "one at this price" - I'm talking about "3, 4 or 5 at this price". It's just games they play and have been playing since the beginning of time. The lack of posts with regards to pricing for many brands on Edmunds tells me allot about the demographics that buy that brand. They aren't exactly the type that show up having done their homework. Go to a Honda or Toyota forum for prices paid and you'll see many posts.

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