Thanks, did the dealer give you any issues about getting qualified with all the rebates? it seems like they stack contractor discounts, realtor discounts, extra trade in cash etc.autotrader, cargurus, etc are your best bet.
In December I got $9k off list, local dealer, had what I wanted too, $10k off was available but I had to drive 1,000 miles, not worth it in my mind.
Your mileage may vary (YMMV)
Got to love that sales talk, nonsense.Yes, I was leaning towards buying used but the "fleet" price made it a no brainer to get new.
Is the OP suggesting that new 2018's are still available somewhere?
In my neck of the woods, new PMs of any kind were hard to come by. Used ones too are rare.
And recently, I've been chatting via a PM with a forum member (who doesn't post) and he/she has been having trouble ordering a new one. Has been told the wait is an excruciating 16 months. I can empathize as I waited over 7 months to receive mine, but 16 is nuts.
Yup, in December the price went to $26,999, with a $36k msrp., so $9k off msrp for me.Yes, even mid-April 2019 there are still some new 2018s out there. Not finding substantially reduced prices tho. Got quotes on two I like and they only reflect current rebates. Last one was MSRP $34,500, Invoice $33,100, Rebate -$5,250, Sale $26,800.
Found out rebates are higher in areas with lower demand like midwest and lower in my area PNW with higher demand. But, they use your home zip to compute the rebate, so buying out of state isn't as attractive.
D amn, I hate buying cars.
There was also a rebate of 1000.00 to finance through Chrysler, which I did. I was going to write a check for the van but decided to finance and take the rebate. I need to carry the loan for 90 days then I will pay it off. I did qualify for the commercial rebate.Let's see if I can put it together.
$29,100 sell price
+$1,700 because you said you paid destination
+$2,700 is current incentive on 2018
+$1,500 assuming you got the commercial rebate
That adds to $35K even. So, from a $41K van you got the dealer discount to $6K? Or, were there other rebates?