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|Feb 18, 2017||2017 Jeep Wrangler||Fairfax||VA||Farrish||$38,870||$34,701||10.73%|
Tips from Jeep Wrangler Buyers
Well we went looking for a 2015 wrangler or new. My husband loves his jeep. But I will never buy another Jeep again. We went to. Jeep dealer thinking they would be better. Obviously Jeep / Chrysler doesn't care about who they allow being a dealer of there vehicles. There was no manual and the windows on the soft top were missing. Which we only bought the Jeep because it came with both roofs. Well needless to say 13 days later. No manual. No windows. Then I went to dealer 3 times. First gave us Windows to 2 door jeep. Brought them back they said they would take care of this. Well they didn't. I called this dealer once. Was told manager was too busy to speak with me but I would get my windows. Ok. 2 mins later. Sales guy called me told me to stop calling ( I called once) and said to get over it. I bought a used car. Omg I also bought a used car from a Chevy dealers and was have been treated awesome
Pros: NONE. I'm middle aged have bought several new cars. Never been treated so badly. Horrible
Cons: They lie and don't care about their customers at all
Purchased 2015 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited Sahara 4dr SUV 4WD (3.6L 6cyl 6M) on Aug 5, 2016
Dodge, Chrysler, and Jeep
I knew they had one new 2010 left on their lot. Went in and made an offer and within 10 minutes agreed on a price.
Pros: Friendly and did not push me to buy extras at the end of the deal.
Purchased 2010 Jeep Wrangler 4WD 2dr Sahara on Jun 29, 2011
this dealer was great. no hassles, lies, or pressure.
Pros: no pressure
Cons: can't think of any
Purchased 2009 Jeep Wrangler X on Apr 30, 2009
Great overall! My advice, know what to expect. Go to the manufacturer website and get the price of what you want with the options and find out what the rebates and other incentives are. Find out what your trade-in is worth from KBB and Edmonds and also what your car is really selling for out on the street. Get preapproved from various banks and shop interest rates. When you go in, you'll know where you stand, but don't let the dealer know this. Keep your cards to yourself. Let the salesman do all the talking so you can see where his starting point is compared to yours. Then negotiate the heck out of the deal. Write everything down and go home and think about it. Look at all the numbers again and weigh everything against your starting point, if it doesn't add up go back and try again. There is really no rush and there is an honest deal in there somewhere, the dealer already knows what it is and it's up to you to find it. For me it really helped that they had emp pricing plus $1500 cash back so all I had to do was neg my trade-in and financing which I ended up getting elsewhere.
Pros: Joe was willing to work with me on my trade-in (in the end I got $5000 cash and they paid off the $3000 that I owed for $8k total). He answered every question that I asked honestly (I think). Joe understood what I was looking for and pointed me in the direction of the Sahara which has all of the luxury options of an SUV but in a Jeep body and he saved me from compromising on options. The Sahara is soo nice! :D Oh, and I also get free oil changes for life (up to 4 a year i think) and free key replacement for the first year should I loose one. Joe was energetic and fun to work with. He got me excited to buy a new car and in the end he did get my business so he did right. Joe also drove 100 miles to get the color I wanted. How awesome is that?
Cons: After negotiating the price we went on to payments and interest rate. They tried for $320 @ 84 months = $26880 total and kept pushing me towards that. Then they wanted to add on all the BS type stuff like undercoating and lifetime wax and what not which was like $384 @ 84 months. It's their job I guess... Sucks dealing with this type of stuff. In the end I came back with my own financing from Chase for 4.64% and handed the dealer a check for $19,300 (taxes and reg and all that). Chase's 4.64% puts me at 365 @ 60 = $21,900 total including interest.
Purchased 2009 Jeep Wrangler Sahara on Feb 22, 2009
The first salesman was inexperienced and terrible. I got the sales manager to take over.
Pros: I actually liked the finanace guy, seemed honest and knowledgable. 2nd salesman was from fleet and was ok too.
Cons: No free refreshments while we waited.
Purchased 2008 Jeep Wrangler X on Sep 14, 2008
Very good experience. Smooth transaction.
Pros: Good selection of vehicles on site.
Purchased 2012 Jeep Wrangler Sport 2dr SUV 4WD (3.6L 6cyl 6M) on Apr 1, 2012
Outstanding response to customer needs and very flexible on terms.
Pros: Flexible terms and willingness to work hard to make the deal happen. Great attitudes...
Cons: Almost 4 hours to complete purchase after deal signed.
Purchased 2009 Jeep Wrangler X on May 30, 2009
Pros: Great Price Friendly
Purchased 2009 Jeep Wrangler X on Apr 15, 2009
Dealt with Dan Fobes. So far a pleasant experience
Pros: didn't try to avoid any questions
Cons: A little slow on return calls. But they are short staffed.
Purchased 2009 Jeep Wrangler X on Feb 20, 2009