I actually bought an Overland; got $47K which seems to be a good price. About $5500-$6000 below MSRP.I'm curious about this too. TruCar is a decent price resource and my area it's quoting about 48,100 for an Overland Ecodiesel with blind spot/cross detection (no other options). Is it out of round for me to expect to pay ~$46,000 for this trim/option level Jeep?
What options besides the diesel? Any discounts or incentives at play there? We don't qualify for the lease money. I'm curious to see if Jeep ups the customer cash rebate in July from the current $500. Trying to wait it out a little.I actually bought an Overland; got $47K which seems to be a good price. About $5500-$6000 below MSRP.