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



  • dclivedclive Posts: 35
    Please post your price paid without sales tax, because that varies by state. All $$s posted should exclude variables that you / dealer cannot control (like tax).
  • A 72 month lease? Yikes!

    Any idea what your credit scores were? Been trying to track down Ally's lease requirements for their top tier leases.
  • Found a brand new 2012 Grand Cherokee Laredo 4x4.

    Additional Options:
    Customer Preferred Package 26E
    Uconnect(R) Voice Command with Bluetooth(R) $ 495
    SiriusXM Satellite Radio w/ 1-Yr Radio Subscription
    MSRP: $30,415

    Selling Price: $25,415

    Is this deal too good to walk away from? Most new Grand Cherokees have $5k off the sticker price.
  • I think that is a hell of a deal. This is the deal i just got.

    2012 Grand Cherokee Laredo 2x4 $26995
    Customer Preferred Package 26E $2000
    Uconnect(R) Voice Command with Bluetooth(R) $ 410
    SiriusXM Satellite Radio w/ 1-Yr Radio Subscription

    Preferred Price (invoice -1%) $28700
    -2000 in incentives $26700
    2100 for tax title license fees $28800
    0 down
    72mo@ 3.9% 450/mo

    hopes this helps
  • ringwoodringwood Posts: 1
    can you share the name of the dealer? Thank you!
  • newt5newt5 Posts: 15
    This is the deal i just got in Colorado

    2012 Grand Cherokee Laredo 4x4 - $28,555
    Security and Convenience Group - $995
    Laredo E Group - $2000
    Trailer Tow Group - $595
    All Weather Capability Group - $695
    Power Sunroof - $850


    $1000 Chrysler rebate = $34,855

    I talked them down to:

  • alextroyalextroy Posts: 7
    Hi Car_Man

    You will see my posts in a few other sections as well, the wife and I are pricing three separate vehicles. Can you please post the May money factor/residual numbers for 2012 Jeep Grand Cherokee Laredo X (4x4), need lease for 15k miles per year, zip is 11803.

  • alextroyalextroy Posts: 7
    Got the following offer I want advice on...

    2012 Jeep Grand Cherokee Laredo 4X4, with "x" package
    Sale price $33,000
    39-month lease
    15k miles per year
    Dealer absorbing 3 remaining payments on my current lease ($483/month), current disposition fee of $300, and overage charges of $255.

    Lease price is $459/month.

    I am on long island.

  • rayd8rayd8 Posts: 5
    Is $32,000 a realistic number on a Jeep Grand Cherokee Laredo X 4x4 with sun roof and nav? I would be taking the 1.9% financing and i live in NY.
  • milazzo1milazzo1 Posts: 8
    Alex, I'm on Long Island as well. In same boat as you with current lease situation and looking to get same Jeep. If you can give me dealer/sales person info I would appreciate it.
  • kyfdx@Edmundskyfdx@Edmunds Posts: 25,919
    You may include the dealership name, city and state in your post. Please do not post names of salespeople, telephone numbers, email addresses, or other contact information.


    Moderator - Prices Paid, Lease Questions, SUVs

  • alextroyalextroy Posts: 7
    My apologies, I did not know.

    Kyfdx - while you are, can you please comment on jeep deal I posted?

  • kyfdx@Edmundskyfdx@Edmunds Posts: 25,919
    I'm not really up on the Jeep lease programs, so it's hard for me to know... Looks like you rolled about $2000 into the lease, so that adds $55-$60 per month to the payment..

    Picking the right car is more important than the deal (can't believe I just said If you are happy with it, then that's what is important..

    Congrats on the new Jeep!

    Moderator - Prices Paid, Lease Questions, SUVs

  • egor105egor105 Posts: 1
    About to purchase a JGC Limited and was wondering about ways to get best pricing.
    Looks like most deals posted here are 3-5k below MSRP, are you likely to get a better deal negotiating JGC pricing rather then using chrysler partner pricing?

  • none14none14 Posts: 4
    I bought a fully-loaded Grand Cherokee Overland Summit in February, 2011. Thought I might share my impressions after driving it for 24,000 miles. If you have specific questions, post them and I will be happy to answer.
    About me, this is the first American made vehicle I have ever owned. I'm 53 years old. My wife and I usually drive Infiniti's, Hondas or Nissans. I was extremely apprehensive about buying American as I believe the Japanese make far-superior vehicles.
    I bought the Jeep primarily because I needed a reliable SUV to haul my kids around in and to occasionally take off-road in my job in the energy industry. Also thought it might be handy for our winters here in mid-America but since I bought it, the drought has ceased all snow and ice.
    I bought the V-6, primarily for the gas mileage but it has turned out to be the biggest disappointment about this SUV. It just does not perform, period. Getting on the highway it can flat out get you killed with its slow response. I have learned to 'floor it' to get it into passing gear if I need immediate acceleration. I am sure that is why my mpg averages 15 city and 17 highway.
    I love the tan leather interior and the overall looks of the SUV. Sorry ladies, but it conveys a very masculine impression. The headroom and legroom is great, both front and rear. I'm well over six feet tall and it is plenty big for me. The stereo is very good and this is the quietest vehicle I have ever been in. You just cannot hear any exterior noise except when you are racing down the highway and the wind is blowing hard. It has a very solid feel to it and is easy to drive.
    Basically, I like everything about the Jeep except the under-powered engine. Without that, it gets an A. Taking it in to consideration, I rate it a B.
  • tpaine76tpaine76 Posts: 3
    I am finalizing my purchase of this vehicle and opted to get the weather package. I also wanted cargo covers but was told that there were none on the lot that I could get without buying into another expensive options package, which I did not want to do.

    I asked the salesmen if the dealership could sell me one and just install it when I receive the car but was told that I would have to deal with the Parts Department after the sale.

    I was wondering whether that was normal. It seemed like there were lots of GC Laredo's on the lot that did not come with cargo covers from the manufacturer. It seems odd that the vehicles would ultimately be sold without them -- except as part of a mandatory options packages.

    Would love to hear others' exepriences or knowledge about this.

  • kyfdx@Edmundskyfdx@Edmunds Posts: 25,919
    I asked the salesmen if the dealership could sell me one and just install it when I receive the car but was told that I would have to deal with the Parts Department after the sale.

    "Well... thanks for all your help... I'll be moving on to a dealership that will do what I want and need.... "

    Feel free to paraphrase.... ;)

    Moderator - Prices Paid, Lease Questions, SUVs

  • tpaine76tpaine76 Posts: 3
    Thanks ... I ended up haggling a little bit more and the dealer agreed to take one off of another vehicle and charge me $150 for it, which was $50+ what he said the Parts Dept would charge to order and install it afterwards. ... I was ok with this, as it appeared that the I got a decent price off MSRP as a whole.
  • tpaine76tpaine76 Posts: 3
    I had one more question for the community at large that came up with the finance guy at the end of the deal ... He was pitching a Jeep Chrysler 7 yr/70k extended warranty for somewhere between $1100 to $1200 ( I don't remeber the specific price), saying that the amount was not too much above dealer cost to provide the warranty and that given the complexity and electronic-laden nature of these vehicles -- in my case, a Jeep GC Laredo, with Quadra Trac II -- it was a good investment.

    I have typically not done extended warranties in the past. But I plan on keeping the vehicle a while (my last one was a 1996 GC with 162K) and the vehicle is a lot more complex than my last one.

    Any thoughts again would be greatly appreciated.
  • I am looking to purchase a JGC Laradeo or Overland 4x4. I like the Overland and all the features it offers, but i like the price on the base laredo model. I am looking for a few people that can share the MRSP and features of their specific JGC vehicle and then what they actually paid (please do not include TTL or anything other than vehicle price). I am looking for recent purchase info, since the few posts that show prices paid on a Laredo or Overland are 3-9 months old. I have gotten email quotes of $5800 off an Overland (MSRP of $44.8k) and $3100 off a Lardeo (MSRP of $31,700). Thanks to all who are willing to share what they paid. :D
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