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2013 and Earlier - Jeep Wrangler Prices Paid and Buying Experience



  • That $34,141 is the equivalent to $29,209 American dollars. Back out $4K in taxes (American around $3,400) you're talking about $29,950 (American $25,263).
  • Here in N. Ill. the dealers will NOT budge on a 2-door Rubicon. Have had correspondence with no less than 5 dealers and there ain't no way in hell invoice can be achieved let alone sub $500. Any input from other new wrangler 07' buyers throughout the US would be appreciated.
  • Is that a fair price - Its about $2000 (give or take below the price off the pricing tool. Don't know what the invoice price is up here? Any Ideas?
  • mac24mac24 Posts: 3,910
    Invoice pricing isn't easily available in Canada.
  • mac24mac24 Posts: 3,910
    There's no reason you have to purchase in your home state. You can either have it shipped to you, your local dealer, or you can go and drive it home yourself.
  • Try Edmunds and go from there. Punch in your vehicle and options then calculate you exchange rate W/O the tax consequences. Right now Edumnds have the 07' Wranglers selling for $500 BELOW sticker. Which is way above invoice.
  • I'm really confused why anyone would buy an Unlimited when you could just go out and buy an Xterra with so much more power and torque (and a 5-speed auto).

    The appeal of the Wrangler for me is in the classic Wrangler design. There truly is only one. But an Unlimited feels like a terrible compromise -- the extra weight just exacerbates the fact that the Wrangler is woefully underpowered. If I were driving an Unlimited, I would flinch every time I saw an Xterra or FJ Cruiser on the road, knowing they were so much better. Driving the normal Wrangler, I wouldn't feel that way at all.
  • I live in Reno, NV and have had the local dealerships continue to give their scripted dialog about high demand and low supply bla, bla, bla. The local dealers want about $2500 over MSRP because of the above bla bla bla.

    After seeing a newspaper ad about Jeep dealership (Liberty Jeep) in Winnemucca, NV (about 200 miles NE of Reno) I gave them a call about their 'No Secret Pricing' expecting to get the same BS about supply and demand. They told me that they will can order any Jeep from the factory or locate one from another dealer - - FOR INVOICE. They just happened to have just what I wanted on their lot. Gave them a credit card to hold it on Friday and they even drove it to me today!

    I have had it only a few hours but love it..... I traded in a Ford Expedition and after driving that for a couple of years, I don't find the Jeep underpowered. Would be nice to have a few extra horsepower, but I have never heard of anyone claiming that their vehicle has too much horsepower.

    ArizonaJoe, I can't speak to the FJ.... haven't really seen one too close up, but I owned an Xterra and thought it was the cheapest made vehicle I have ever owned.
  • THANKS much for your input. I'll keep shoppig for an invoice deal like you got.
  • I think thats a good price. Invoice that is.
    What Wrangler did you get with what accessories?
    Mike in Seal Beach
  • I got the '07 Wrangler Unlimited 4X4 in Red Rock Red with the tow group, Automatic transmission,Trac-Loc Differential, 6 disk with Sirius, Freedom top and 18" wheels.

    Like I said, I'm really pleased so far and getting a good deal on it makes me even more pleased.... glad I waited for the right deal.

    Also, (as someone else in this forum pointed out) there is a dealer in Hickory NC that has what they call Ebay pricing. It is Steve White Motors and they claim "the buyitnow price is invoice less rebate less up to half of the holdback". They also claim to ship for free to many states (although Nevada not being one of them).

    Good luck on your search!
  • From the Chicago Tribune auto section today:
    Q. We ordered a 2007 four-door Wrangler in November and have been told there will be a longer delay in delivery. What's the problem?

    A. We called Jeep and, as suspected, it's a matter of demand and the inability to build it fast enough to match the number of orders--with 20,000 on backorder.
  • There's no reason you have to purchase in your home state. You can either have it shipped to you, your local dealer, or you can go and drive it home yourself.

    California has tougher emission laws... can it still be done?
  • mac24mac24 Posts: 3,910
    I don't know, but if I was in the market I would certainly enquire. It seems reasonable that you should be able to, especially as an order code for Calspec is readily available.

    In fact, a California spec Wrangler has an option code RCA, which is a $360 addition to the invoice price, though $0 on the MSRP.

    I also know of several instances where vehicles, though not Calspec, have been ordered in one state and delivered to another. Maybe I should have prefaced my original sentence with "Generally...."
  • Whats the invoice price for an unlimited sahara. Everyone talks about above and below invoice but how do you know your getting it?
  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 63,023
    Right here on

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  • mac24mac24 Posts: 3,910
    Right here on

    Two a shot from a gun! :shades:
  • Probably less than 2 minutes. But the TMV values can be most skewed.
  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 63,023
    I believe the two minutes that he was referring to, was my amazingly quick response to the question.. :surprise:

    Of course, the fact the computer is close to the doughnuts helps in that regard.. ;)


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  • Thanks for the direction. I found the prices.
  • pkearpkear Posts: 26
    :) I got mine from the Hoover dealership in Moncks Corner SC. I tried everything I could and there was no lowering the price $27,969 on my new 2007 4 door. I got nothing nowhere nada in lowering. The good news is It looks like I did not pay over invoice per Now where my deal came in is the trade in. I had a 96 Ford e-350 van with a book of about $2,200 but it had a lift for a wheelchair so they called around and found a buyer who they claimed would give them $3,500 for it we all know they most likely got more. It may not seem like a lot of difference however the van came into my possession because my mom signed it over to me before she passed away. I had $0.00 in the van and it was the 4th vehicle in the yard with only 2 drivers my girls are 12 and under. The van also got about 9MPG which factors in later. I also used $7,500.00 worth of insurance money my down payment which still left me with a comfortable amount left over in the bank. So overall I got my Jeep by financing $16,969 plus taxes and tags which is all that I figure my jeep costs me as the rest was a windfall that if not spent on a jeep would have been nickeled and dimed away on stuff we did not need. The best part of it all is what happens when I look at monthly payments (I will never tell that amount as it is no ones business but your smart you can use a loan calculator and figure it out based on a a 60 month loan). Once I figure in gas savings from driving my 90 Suburban or the van of at least $200.00 a month of the payment is made out of the savings in fuel costs. This is based on a once a week fill up that used to be $60-$75 dollars that is now $30-$35 with gas prices being equal. :shades:
    BTW I still have the suburban for a while till I get my hitch installed and a closed in trailer (I have an open one now) so I can load hay and feed if it looks like rain out w/o worrying about getting hay and feed dirt into the interior of my new jeep. I will then sell the suburban or maybe trade it in on another jeep for the wife and sell her car. Because it's like that car comercial around here where the first one up to leave gets to drive the new car. In fact she was the first one of us who took it offroad.
  • broombroom Posts: 6
    I ordered a 2007 Wrangler Rubicon with half doors. FYI, Daimler Chrysler requires that you get the side air bags when you order the half doors. The doors are no additional charge, but the air bags are. Mine was $25,480. I live in Northeast Ohio and I think I got a good deal. Dealer said I will be waiting about two months for delivery.
  • You ordered a 2-door Rubicon or 4-door? And what was the sticker price if you don't mind?
  • looking at 4 door sahara it list at 28,845. selling price is 26,500 .what is a good lease payment for this price . the dealer quote 443 for 48 months with no money down.i perfer a 36 to 39 lease .also i have a trade in.they will give me 3000 over what i still owe.should i put the trade in on a lease . thanks
  • mac24mac24 Posts: 3,910
    You might do better posting that particular question over here: Jeep Wrangler: Lease Questions
  • broombroom Posts: 6
    The rubicon I ordered is a 2 door. Base MSRP is $26220 plus $490 for side air bags plus $660 destination charge. These total $27370. Again, my price was $25480. Several dealers told me that was Invoice price even though that is a bit off from Edmunds listed Invoice price. Dealers claimed some costs were included such as advertising. It bothered me that they wanted me to pay for the advertising that won my business, but I just shopped around and bought from the dealer with the best price and ignored their petty explanations. I'm anxious to take the best off road vehicle ever made into the woods, although I'll baby it at first.
  • You're about $500 over invoice according to Edmunds. These 2-door models should sell at invoice and not one penny over IMHO.
  • broombroom Posts: 6
    I shopped around quite a bit and bought from the lowest dealer in my area. Several other dealers offered to match the price, but not beat it. I guess the jeep SHOULD go for invoice, but try to convince the dealers. You pay the lowest price you can get, or you go without the vehicle.
  • MOST dealers play from the same game book regarding prices. They won't admit to this but it's true. That's why your price quotes were alike. Maybe this spring invoice prices will be available.
  • Just got a 2003 Jeep Wrangler X last week at Hurd Automall in Johnston RI. They wanted $14000 FOR IT . I wasnt about to pay that, i asked the bottom line and after a week of negotiating and talking, i got them down to $11595.
    Its got 30k miles on it and runs like a champ. I also got the 3 yr / 30k mile warranty as well.
    If anyone has any suggestions as far as getting a hard top goes, it would be great. it came with the soft top. Not too bad but i think i would rather have a hard top.
    If your looking for a good deal, head over to Hurd Auto mall in Johnston RI , they are good people.

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