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They also have a Rubicon 392 for 110K and almost all their Gladiator are Soft Top. And yes they also have almost everything overpriced
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It’s just proof that nobody proofs anything anymore.
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They also have a Rubicon 392 for 110K and almost all their Gladiator are Soft Top. And yes they also have almost everything overpriced
Yeah, the chat bot hit me up when I was trying to reach someone to let them know their pricing was messed up. I finally got a person (I think) and they said they'd look into it. They then asked what Jeep I was interested in and I replied none, cause your prices are over sticker. Over 70k for a Rubicon Gladiator! 🤦🏼‍♂️
 

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If they took $81 K off then they would owe you money to take the vehicle, lol. I would go for that deal! Prices are going bonkers and if Jeep continues on this path I predict a huge increase in sales for other brands. Seriously, many people just cannot afford $50K + for a new Jeep - especially when you can get other brand 4x4 's for $10k+ less. One of the fun part of Jeeps was getting them cheap enough to build out the way you want it, that is no longer the case IMO.
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