Gladiator Pricing Calculator WorkSheet

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Edit 12.5.2019: New spreadsheet uploaded based on the November 2019 Order Guide. Changes include: 8.4" Radio (including Premium Audio) as well as Body-Colored Fender Flares added to the Sport S trim, New North Edition package (added as separate sheet - also includes Mopar options for Sunbonnets) and BSW AT Tires added to Overland trim, base price increase on Rubicon trim, and Retro Side Body Graphic and Window Tie Down Straps added to Mopar Options (all trims).

Edit 11.8.19: I've uploaded a new spreadsheet based on the October 2019 Order Guide. It appears that the following options have increased: Dueler Tires (Sport, S, and Overland), both trailer tow packages, roll up tonneau cover, premium LED lighting (Overland and Rubicon), 8.4" radio/audio package (Overland and Rubicon), steel front bumper (Rubicon), and colors billet silver, granite crystal, hydro blue, and punk'n. I've also added the Mopar options.

Edit 6.12.19: Shout-out to @eternus who created a Google Docs version of the spreadsheet (post #42) -
https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1lNPLxHPGh_onZPcqoOjKGjXe0qJBNV8PGdqvKFb1xbE/edit?usp=sharing

Edit 5.10.19: Community based update! As always, let me know of any errors, suggestions, etc.
  • As discovered by @Trez23 the spreadsheets now include tax with 6% and 7% under invoice calculations.
  • As suggested by @BlckJT TWO (2) rows have been added for 'dealer fees' and 'other costs.'
  • As recommended by @JwadsRenegade the spreadsheets now only require an X input into corresponding cells.

Edit 4.23.19: Added a finance/monthly payment calculator to the bottom of each sheet.

Edit 4.9.19: Added 6% and 7% off invoice. The FOUR (4) trims are on separate sheets.

Edit 4.9.19: Formatting.

Edit 4.8.19: Updated spreadsheet with invoice pricing provided by @[email protected]

Edit 3.30.19: This is an update to my 'SWAG Gladiator Pricing' worksheet I posted in February. Invoice pricing is still a guess at this point.

As with the first version, feel free to edit as you see fit. The estimated invoice is a basic calculation which you can adjust with a new formula percentage. Let me know if you find any errors or pricing issues and I'll re-upload to this first post.

Enjoy!



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So at JTR, equipped how I want it will have an MSRP of $55140 and an est Invoice of $51845. 5% below invoice will be $49253. Yea, I can wait a year for almost $6000 of savings.

Also, if the economy slows down a bit, interest rates will drop. I'm currently financing at 2.9% on my JLU. Fingers crossed that I can close to that.
 

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So at JTR, equipped how I want it will have an MSRP of $55140 and an est Invoice of $51845. 5% below invoice will be $49253. Yea, I can wait a year for almost $6000 of savings.

Also, if the economy slows down a bit, interest rates will drop. I'm currently financing at 2.9% on my JLU. Fingers crossed that I can close to that.
Why do you think waiting a year will bring the prices down? The JL increased 2 times in the first year of production.
 

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Why do you think waiting a year will bring the prices down? The JL increased 2 times in the first year of production.
The MSRP went up. Only 6 months after the Wrangler hit the lots, you could get deals of 5-6% below invoice. I was able to get 5% off mine from the lot. I didn't even have to order it. Dennis Dillon Jeep in Boise has an entire business model of selling 5%, or more, below invoice to anyone in the country. People order them with $1000 down, fly out there to pick it up, and drive them home. I almost did this myself until Faricy Boys in Colorado Springs made me a deal on a Wrangler they had in stock.

BTW, Jeep prices went up primarily because of the new tariffs driving up the price of steel and aluminum. Those tariffs should already be priced into the Gladiator. So we may not see any price increases.
 

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The MSRP went up. Only 6 months after the Wrangler hit the lots, you could get deals of 5-6% below invoice. I was able to get 5% off mine from the lot. I didn't even have to order it. Dennis Dillon Jeep in Boise has an entire business model of selling 5%, or more, below invoice to anyone in the country. People order them with $1000 down, fly out there to pick it up, and drive them home. I almost did this myself until Faricy Boys in Colorado Springs made me a deal on a Wrangler they had in stock.

BTW, Jeep prices went up primarily because of the new tariffs driving up the price of steel and aluminum. Those tariffs should already be priced into the Gladiator. So we may not see any price increases.

I agree with everything you said, I am just expecting to get the 5-6% below invoice sooner than 6 months. Not launch edition soon, but orders after that soon.
 
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I agree with everything you said, I am just expecting to get the 5-6% below invoice sooner than 6 months. No launch edition soon, but orders after that soon.
And that would be awesome. The only thing holding me back at that point would be the availability of Gator Green. However I may go with Hydro Blue. We shall see.
 

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Base Price
MSRP: 43545
Invoice: 41356

Destination 1495

Auto
MSRP: 2000
Invoice:1780

Tow
MSRP: 250
Invoice: 205

aux switch
MSRP: 295
Invoice: 250

Premium LED 886
MSRP: 995
Invoice: 886

Cold Weather
MSRP: 995
Invoice: 886

8.4" Screen
MSRP: 1595
Invoice: 1420

Active Safety
MSRP: 895
Invoice: 797

Advance Safety
MSRP: 795
Invoice: 708

Cargo Management
MSRP: 895
Invoice: 797

Prem Soft
MSRP: 595
Invoice: 530

Steel Bumper
MSRP: 695
Invoice: 580

Bedliner
MSRP: 295
Invoice: 250

Front Cam
MSRP: 595
Invoice: 530

Remote
MSRP: 495
Invoice: 441

Leather
MSRP: 1495
Invoice: 1331

slush mats
MSRP: 150
Invoice: 134

Trailer Brake
MSRP: 295
Invoice: 250
 

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Most of these prices were pulled fro FCA Order documentation. Updated as recently as march 2019. Please note that FCA has a formula for pricing... Anything priced at $295 will have an invoice of $250 like wise for $995 = $886. This is seen across all jeep products. I am fairly sure the options I have listed above are accurate.
 

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This is the build out of options I planned on doing for the Rubicon.
 

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Your listing for the Cold Weather Group shows 995 MSRP. I think it should be 695. I'm wondering if you accidentally copied from Premium LED because it is right above it at 995 MSRP and your Invoice of 886




Base Price
MSRP: 43545
Invoice: 41356

Destination 1495

Auto
MSRP: 2000
Invoice:1780

Tow
MSRP: 250
Invoice: 205

aux switch
MSRP: 295
Invoice: 250

Premium LED 886
MSRP: 995
Invoice: 886

Cold Weather
MSRP: 995
Invoice: 886

8.4" Screen
MSRP: 1595
Invoice: 1420

Active Safety
MSRP: 895
Invoice: 797

Advance Safety
MSRP: 795
Invoice: 708

Cargo Management
MSRP: 895
Invoice: 797

Prem Soft
MSRP: 595
Invoice: 530

Steel Bumper
MSRP: 695
Invoice: 580

Bedliner
MSRP: 295
Invoice: 250

Front Cam
MSRP: 595
Invoice: 530

Remote
MSRP: 495
Invoice: 441

Leather
MSRP: 1495
Invoice: 1331

slush mats
MSRP: 150
Invoice: 134

Trailer Brake
MSRP: 295
Invoice: 250
 

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Your listing for the Cold Weather Group shows 995 MSRP. I think it should be 695. I'm wondering if you accidentally copied from Premium LED because it is right above it at 995 MSRP and your Invoice of 886
Cold weather pack has 2 prices, cheaper with the m/t since no remote start. Based on JL package prices I think you are both correct.
 

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This is an update to my 'SWAG Gladiator Pricing' worksheet I posted in February. Invoice pricing is still a guess at this point.

As with the first version, feel free to edit as you see fit. The estimated invoice is a basic calculation which you can adjust with a new formula percentage. Let me know if you find any errors or pricing issues and I'll re-upload to this first post.

Enjoy!
Thanks, can I steal this and put on the options matrix?
 

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where did the prices for the options come from?
 

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