We have grown accustomed to certain things when shopping for new cars for sale, not all of them pleasant. Chief among them is we expect the price of cars to climb or remain the same. So there maybe some unexpected sticker shock next time you go shopping for 2012 Jeep 4x4's.
But have no fear, this surprise won't leave you run screaming from your local Jeep dealers. In fact instead you maybe running TO the local Jeep dealer, or jumping up and down screaming when you see the base price tag on the 2012 Jeep Grand Cherokee.
Chrysler lowered the price on the 2012 Jeep Grand Cherokee by over $3,200 in turn dropping the starting price to $26,995. No that's not some new automobile incentive, it's a flat out this is what it is honest to goodness base price. A few luxury pricing points were moved around to reflect the new price, but on the whole little is changed.
In fact there have been some improvements to 2012 Jeep 4x4 vehicles like the Grand Cherokee and Wrangler and to one of the sorest spots of driving a Jeep, the gas mileage. Though only a modest improvement from 16 MPG to 17 MPG city, it seems that Chrysler is getting more attentive to the fact that Jeeps terrible fuel economy is a hindrance compared to other new cars for sale.
The Jeep Wrangler is also getting a bit more economy, going from 15/19 M.P.G. to 17/21 M.P.G. with no price increase from the 2011 model year to the 2012 model. That alone may not be able to sway you to climb into a new Wrangler Unlimited, but don't worry Jeep 0% financing can also give you a nice little boost with your choice of financing or $1000 cash rebates.
There are some other automobile incentive options for Jeeps this month as well for those interested. The Jeep Liberty has a choice of taking $3000 cash rebates or indulging in Jeep 0% financing. The Patriot has a more modest $1000 cash rebate or zero percent financing. Good news for anybody looking for some 4wd fun in a Jeep!