Posted by MarkH on 2011/8/23 8:59:00 (1442) reads
From cars.com's Kicking Tires blog , it looks like the Grand Cherokee is getting a price cut:
The popular fourth-generation 2012 Jeep Grand Cherokee sees a price cut of $3,220 for the base Laredo trim when it goes on sale next month. It will now start at $26,995. The 2012 Grand Cherokee also gets some new powertrain tech that should increase fuel economy for both V-6- and V-8-equipped models.
The post continues on to say the price of the Wrangler will be staying about the same...
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Posted: 2011/8/23 9:21 Updated: 2011/8/23 9:24
Home away from home
From: The Great White North
Re: 2012 Grand Cherokee Gets a Price Cut
If the GC was being sold next to the Nitro, this move makes sense (since the Nitro is slated to leave the line-up).
But how is this going to impact Liberty MSRP & sales #s ? I'm confused.
So, now a 4x2 Compass --A COMPASS!-- costs ~$20K (with dest chg) and a GC costs only ~7K more! Gee, let me think...