• bengt avatar Bengt Posted: 4/6/2010 10:11am PDT

    JKD, that's true. But I remember a time -- just a decade ago, maybe less -- when the Grand Cherokee was desirable and selling at or very near sticker (as was the Cherokee, even though it was outdated). Saying that $10k off sticker isn't impressive just goes to show how overpriced (in terms of MSRP) many SUVs are today and that some price adjustment is looking inevitable.

  • JKD Posted: 4/2/2010 6:39pm PDT

    GC has always been heavily discounted (~$7K) but the price has gone up tremendously in the past two years and the most popular engine now is the outdated and underpowered 3.7 liter. With the new model just around the corner, $10K off the inflated MSRP is not that impressive...