• Johnster Posted: 8/27/2010 5:27pm PDT

    In the case of the 2011 Jeep Grand Cherokee, the suggested retail price may well be $495 less than the previous 2010 model, but the 2010 model has typically been sold at a substantial discount, suggesting that it has been overpriced and that the $495 price correction was overdue.
    In spite of the $495 price correction, the 2011 Jeep Grand Cherokee will not receive discounts as large as those that were offered on the 2010 models. Most 2011 models will actually sell for higher prices and larger profits than comparable 2010 models.
    In the case of the Volkswagen Jetta the 2011 model comes with a 4-cylinder engine that is substantially less powerful than the 5-cylinder engine that was standard on the 2010 model. While offering better gas mileage, the 4-cylinder engine also offers substantially less performance than the standard 5-cylinder engine found on the 2010 model.
    Statements about the interior being upgraded are patently false and the objective automotive press have widely commented on the use of cheap hard plastics in the 2011 model in place of the softer, more upscale materials used in the 2010 model, particularly on the instrument panel.

  • Johnster Posted: 8/27/2010 5:26pm PDT

    In the case of the 2011 Jeep Grand Cherokee, the suggested retail price may well be $495 less than the previous 2010 model, but the 2010 model has typically been sold at a substantial discount, suggesting that it has been overpriced and that the $495 price correction was overdue.
    In spite of the $495 price correction, the 2011 Jeep Grand Cherokee will not receive discounts as large as those that were offered on the 2010 models. Most 2011 models will actually sell for higher prices and larger profits than comparable 2010 models.
    In the case of the Volkswagen Jetta the 2011 model comes with a 4-cylinder engine that is substantially less powerful than the 5-cylinder engine that was standard on the 2010 model. While offering better gas mileage, the 4-cylinder engine also offers substantially less performance than the standard 5-cylinder engine found on the 2010 model.
    Statements about the interior being upgraded are patently false and the objective automotive press have widely commented on the use of cheap hard plastics in the 2011 model in place of the softer, more upscale materials used in the 2010 model, particularly on the instrument panel.