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2013 and Earlier - Jeep Cherokee (All) Prices Paid and Buying Experience



  • Hi,I hope I;m not to late in responding to you,I have owned 2 JGC in the past both 99"s,then stupidly thought I wanted acar....that DID NOT work out.So On Oct.22,2010,I went to look at the newer Jeeps The 2010,and the 2011...To answer your question,I ended up getting a 2010,and it took the dealer almost 2 hours on thier search options to even find one!!!! They are hard to find right now,I feel lucky they did find the one I was looking for.Although it is used condition(12,000 miles)I got the limited I wanted,so they r saying I can't get any incentives which i think is crazy....I did want a 2011,drove the base model,as they said I could get that for "almost" the same price??? and the seat was sooo hard even my husband commented on it.I am awaiting delivery as they had to get mine from Virginia,I live in upstate NY.So My suggestion to u is,go for the 2010 as They said there won't be any incentives on the 2011 any time soon.I wish you all the luck,and one more thing as far as styling the 2010 in my eyes is a beauty though I am use to a 1999,so there is a world of difference.They also have a very smooth ride I could not believe it...Jeep has come along way in 11 years.I will say this I do like the body changes they made on the 2011,but look at the seats to me they look very cheap and thin...I don't know where u live but if u r any where near ny,go to Friendly dodge/chrysler/jeep,they are GREAT and will go out of there way to get u exactly want you want,with the payment u want or as close as they can get,and they will give u a great deal on any trade in u may have,I promise you'll be happy with the service u get from these guys,tell them Robin Martin sent you.As I said GOOD LUCK and I hope you get what you want. PS,the incentives on new 2010"s are Great right now,so go for it
  • As I just bought a 2010 I can tell you for sure,right from the dealer there aren't going to be any ,any time soon,as I may have waited for a 2011.Plan on paying sticker price.If you want any thing above a base model plan on paying for it!!!!
  • verdugoverdugo Posts: 1,987
    lovejeeps is wrong. A check of Edmund's TVM and another site (not allowed to post name) shows that Overlands can be had right now between invoice and MSRP. You can of course do better/worse. However, the blanket statement that you have to pay sticker price is false.

    As for what the dealer told lovejeeps, take that with a grain of salt. Of course the dealer will say there are no incentives coming for the 2011's. He's interested to move what's in his lot.
  • lovejeeps1lovejeeps1 Posts: 5
    edited October 2010
    Yeah I'd say you got a steal as far as price goes....;look at the prices on ebay and such...Yep feel good about that purchase !!!! You got one heck of a deal.I just sold my 99 for 4500.
  • lovejeeps1lovejeeps1 Posts: 5
    edited October 2010
    :( :( I don't know I have been to 3 different dealers wanting to buy a 2011,and they are all saying there is nothing for that year right now....Sorry I wasn't trying to sound like a know it all,I was just saying what I have seen.
  • Don't feel to bad....I waited til this month to try and get a 2010 and its virtually impossible to find a new one,the closest I got was one found in Virginia w/12,500 miles on it.It's a Limited and I'm gonna take the deal,but I would have liked a newer one with less miles.I don't know how long I'd be waiting to pay a decent price for a 2011,So I guess I'm happy to have found the one I wanted.....model,color,etc......I'd like to hear what u end up with though.
  • verdugoverdugo Posts: 1,987
    You know what, lovejeeps is right. It's all about where you are. In my zipcode (95827), there are enough dealers near by that there's plenty of competition. So your chances of getting a good price is higher.

    lovejeeps, what TVM do you get when you plug in your zip code here in Edmunds?
  • beauregard56beauregard56 Posts: 10
    edited November 2010
    I paid $39570.00 for a loaded Gran Cherokee, 2 Wheel Drive, Red in color, hemi engine laredo X package I cannot drive it longer than 1 hour due to the fact that the seat hurts my knee and makes it throb. I am interested in any serious offers. It is located in Greensboro, North Carolina It now has 7000 miles on it.
  • verdugoverdugo Posts: 1,987
    I paid $39570.00 for a loaded Gran Cherokee

    Uhoh. I have some bad news for you. I priced a fully loaded 2 wheel drive Laredo and they are going below invoice. According to the website, expect to pay around $37,000. That's new and yours has 7000 miles.

    I'm afraid that you'll be disappointed by the offers that you will get. Good luck.
  • I am seeing that GM is offering no payment for 120 days + 1500 cash + 0% on many cars. Ford is offering 0% + 1500 cash on some vehicles.

    Any thoughts as to whether Jeep might sweeten their incentive pot?
  • Any one aware of any good dealer offerings on Grand cherokee in New Jersey??

    I am looking to lease 2011 limited 4x4 with entertainment system.any inputs on how much i should expect to pay for a 36 month lease with 15 k Miles/year??.i had a quote from a local dealer at $ 40,204( net cap cost).i am not looking to put any money down.

    any inputs will be appreciated.Thanks.
  • I purchased a 2011 Jeep Grand Cherokee 4WD Mineral Gray with the following options.
    -- 26X
    -- Tow Package
    -- Off Road I
    -- Panoramic Roof
    -- Nav

    MSRP = $39,980
    Invoice = $37,599
    Paid = $36,999

    There was about a $3,600 difference between my trade value from KBB and Edmunds TMV. I received half way between the two.

    We always want to think we got a good deal, but I really think I did pretty well
    considering what I paid for the vehicle. Actually signed all of the paper work on Nov. 30 even though it came in on the first, so they could book the sale in November to try and meet their target. They said they were really trying to meet some number for November and were making aggressive offers.

    I am loving it so far and am very satisfied with my purchase.

  • I wish yu the best of luck with yours. I kept mine for 4 months and was very glad to git rid of the Cherokee. The drivers seat was the main thing that I could not stand. The seat made my knee hurt when I drove it more than an hour. I hope you have good service out of it. I have owned 2 other jeeps in the past and always wanted a Grand Cherokee, so I bought one and was I ever disapointed. Only by the seat and the lack of customer service I got out of Jeep in Detroit,
  • I want to buy a mineral grey 2wd, x package, NAV, and tow pkg

    right now the price is around 34k. I noticed the dealers are selling these GK's for about 3k off of MSRP. Should I bargain lower or is this a fair price?

    I want it so bad.

    I will post again soon. I am buying this week.
  • byxbyx Posts: 1
    I am interested in 2011 Laredo 4x4, very basic w/o any packages. The dealer offered $30500. Is this price OK? I don't have any experience of buying new car and I am in boston.
  • Just landed in New Orleans and the National bus dropped me off at the Emerald Aisle. Waiting there were at least 6 2011 Grand Cherokee's, including the black 2wd Limited I nabbed. Seeing these hit the fleets would point to A) production is fully ramped up and Chrysler can afford to divert some from dealer retail stock or B) sales of the new GC is tapering after the initial demand. After an 80 mile drive up to Baton Rouge I will say it is a very nice SUV, quiet and smooth with an exceptional appetite for highway speeds. The Pentastar V-6 feels a bit weak from dead stop but once above 2k RPM, really pushes the Jeep along nicely. I reset the mileage gauge when I picked it up, it's showing 23.5 mpg after 80 miles up I-10, at about 75 mph.
  • verdugoverdugo Posts: 1,987
    Congratulations! That sounds like a sweet GC.
  • Here is the latest deal offered to me (southeast region):

    2011 Grand Cherokee
    Laredo X Package
    Tow Package
    No sunroof

    MSRP - 35,989
    I was told invoice on this was 33,954
    I was offered a price about 400 below invoice

    I am also getting 1.9 APR for 60 months.

    I think this is a great deal and I think Chrysler produced a bit too much at this time (thus the 1.9 APR and below invoice pricing.

    Any thoughts on this deal? Good? Bad?
  • make them an offer of of 33K. All they can do is say no, and maybe they will counter with a better offer than before. If they do settle for it. if thats what you really want. You have nothing too loose. There is always another dealership which will match their offer or beat it.
  • I have a quote for a 2011 Grand Cherokee Overland 4X4 Hemi with adaptive cruise control for $42,350. Any thoughts on if this seems like a good deal?
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