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2022 L - No major changes but way more Price!

Just got my 2021 SR V8 Build sheet from my dealer.

Good news - is the vehicle is sequenced for build this week.

Bad news are the increases in pricing:

MSRP Is now 59,460 up from 58,395 two months ago.

Baltic Gray paint is now 395, up from 345 two months ago.

Destination fees are now 1,795 up from 1,695 two months ago. All the other options remain the same price.

Total sticker now 71,080.

I don't have any issue with JEEP for the increases, cost of doing business right now. On the other hand, DC has got to focus on the Supply chain NOW. IMHO forget the new spending packages, focus on fixing whats broke NOW.
 

Jchglad

Well-known member
Just got my 2021 SR V8 Build sheet from my dealer.

Good news - is the vehicle is sequenced for build this week.

Bad news are the increases in pricing:

MSRP Is now 59,460 up from 58,395 two months ago.

Baltic Gray paint is now 395, up from 345 two months ago.

Destination fees are now 1,795 up from 1,695 two months ago. All the other options remain the same price.

Total sticker now 71,080.

I don't have any issue with JEEP for the increases, cost of doing business right now. On the other hand, DC has got to focus on the Supply chain NOW. IMHO forget the new spending packages, focus on fixing whats broke NOW.
That’s exactly what my order came to before discounts, I managed to work the bottom line to be considerably less…when did you order?
 

GEAR_HEAD

Active member
Just got my 2021 SR V8 Build sheet from my dealer.

Good news - is the vehicle is sequenced for build this week.

Bad news are the increases in pricing:

MSRP Is now 59,460 up from 58,395 two months ago.

Baltic Gray paint is now 395, up from 345 two months ago.

Destination fees are now 1,795 up from 1,695 two months ago. All the other options remain the same price.

Total sticker now 71,080.

I don't have any issue with JEEP for the increases, cost of doing business right now. On the other hand, DC has got to focus on the Supply chain NOW. IMHO forget the new spending packages, focus on fixing whats broke NOW.
The current regime in DC is only worried about creating new problems, not fixing them!
 
Just got my 2021 SR V8 Build sheet from my dealer.

Good news - is the vehicle is sequenced for build this week.

Bad news are the increases in pricing:

MSRP Is now 59,460 up from 58,395 two months ago.

Baltic Gray paint is now 395, up from 345 two months ago.

Destination fees are now 1,795 up from 1,695 two months ago. All the other options remain the same price.

Total sticker now 71,080.

I don't have any issue with JEEP for the increases, cost of doing business right now. On the other hand, DC has got to focus on the Supply chain NOW. IMHO forget the new spending packages, focus on fixing whats broke NOW.
When you ordered did you put a down payment and sign the form with the pricing? If so how can they increase that on you? We ordered august 24th with down payment and signature, supposed to pick up end of this week. I’ll be a little upset if they try and charge more than what our agreement says.
 
Yes, down payment, with signature.

If you look at the bottom of the sheet it says: This is not an invoice. the prices and equipment shown on this priced order confirmation are tentative and subject to change.

So . . . yes they can change the prices during the build.

As stated before, I don't blame Jeep.

DC on the other hand is a whole different story for blame. But hey can't we all just get along? ROFL.
 
Yes, down payment, with signature.

If you look at the bottom of the sheet it says: This is not an invoice. the prices and equipment shown on this priced order confirmation are tentative and subject to change.

So . . . yes they can change the prices during the build.

As stated before, I don't blame Jeep.

DC on the other hand is a whole different story for blame. But hey can't we all just get along? ROFL.
Not trying to argue by any means. No harm intended in my response.

when we placed our order our dealer said they would honor the dealer incentive at the time ($2000 off msrp, which now is no longer available). We signed the paperwork stating that, and I figured the final price at the bottom would still hold true.
 

Buldawg

Member
It looks like eLSD is showing as standard for the SR on the 2022 order guide I just received.

Passenger screen also standard on the SR.

Showing 3 new color options for the GCL for late availability 2022s: Ember Pearl, Midnight Sky, Hydro Blue Pearl. Ember and Midnight Sky are showing available on all trims, while Hydro Blue is only listed for Overland and above.
I just placed an order for a 22 GCL SR. We checked all of the boxes, except the 8 cyl Hemi. On the list of standard features Passenger screen is not listed. However there is a listing for “disassociated touchscreen display”. 10.1” touchscreen and 10.25” cluster are both listed. So I’m assuming the “disassociated touchscreen display” is the passenger screen? Also no indication the rear seat screens are included. Too bad.
 

elsabito

Well-known member
For what’s available today, basically the same colors and packages at a significant premium.

Overland V6 with Entertainment + Lux + Adv packages:
Before Aug 15th $62,870 MSRP
After Aug 15h $63,315 MSRP w/o QL and Tow prep instead of package.
2022 today MSRP $64,780 MSRP, Base price higher and destination. Includes QL.

So Jeep has updated SOME of their window sticker MSRP for 2021 Overland V6 models that shipped after they started adding the QL delete and Tow prep adder.
There are many units with updated stickers that already in dealer lots, but the change is not yet reflected on the Search inventory MSRP which still has the higher price.
The price is being lowered, so kudos to Jeep for correcting (just slightly but still correcting) a wrong.
The MSRP has been dropped by $895 (From +695 adder to -200 credit)

Updating my initial comment based on what's available today:

Overland V6 with Entertainment + Lux + Adv packages:
* Before Aug 15th $62,870 MSRP (included QL and Tow Prep full Package)
* After Aug 15th thru 10/3 $62,370 MSRP (Includes $750 credit for QL delete + $200 credit for removing Tow full package and replacing with Tow Prep. Offset by higher Base price of $500)
* In transit after 10/03 $62,630 MSRP (Based has been increased again by $305, QL delete credit, Tow Prep or Package completely removed from std features)
* 2022 MSRP $64,780 (This price assumes no changes have been made in the last week)

The 2022 model would be +2,150 more than recent 2021 shipments. Most of the increase comes Higher Base Price, including adding back the QL and Tow full Package as std features.

Unit with QL delete credit + Two Package to Prep Credit:

Unit from 10/12. Base price has been increased again to $55,800, has the QL credit and NO two package neither Tow Prep:

PD: Just my opinion, but if you took delivery of the units that previously had the sticker with a QL credit and a Tow adder, I really doubt the dealer/Jeep would give you the $895 credit. The sticker is changing only for units on the lot or in transit that were produced after Aug 15th and before October 3rd (approx).
 

elsabito

Well-known member
I just placed an order for a 22 GCL SR. We checked all of the boxes, except the 8 cyl Hemi. On the list of standard features Passenger screen is not listed. However there is a listing for “disassociated touchscreen display”. 10.1” touchscreen and 10.25” cluster are both listed. So I’m assuming the “disassociated touchscreen display” is the passenger screen? Also no indication the rear seat screens are included. Too bad.
What was your total MSRP?
Base Price + packages?
 
Not trying to argue by any means. No harm intended in my response.

when we placed our order our dealer said they would honor the dealer incentive at the time ($2000 off msrp, which now is no longer available). We signed the paperwork stating that, and I figured the final price at the bottom would still hold true.
Just an update for anyone curious. We picked up our GCL altitude today and our dealer did indeed honor the price we first agreed upon during the order, even though the price increased slightly during our build.
 
My dealer confirmed with me today that eLSD is a required delete on 2022 Summit, and for now is standard on SR trims. He said the premium sound is no longer available on 22 Summits and requires SR to get it, which was why I was inquiring earlier.
 

Jchglad

Well-known member
My dealer confirmed with me today that eLSD is a required delete on 2022 Summit, and for now is standard on SR trims. He said the premium sound is no longer available on 22 Summits and requires SR to get it, which was why I was inquiring earlier.
If that’s all true I’m starting to question why the need for the summit trim at all, it should just be overland, then SR.
 

elsabito

Well-known member
If that’s all true I’m starting to question why the need for the summit trim at all, it should just be overland, then SR.
its a fair point, considering the many restrictions at this moment.
But if you look at the Inventory in any place you would see 5-6 times the amount of Summit units over SR.
Some people dont want to pay the significant adder for SR package and want the upgraded interior in the Summit over the Overland (quilted, real wood, tupelo, 2nd row console, etc)
I am not a fan at all of the Summit wheels, prefer the Overland, its where they lost me in my choice.
 

Jon.

Member
Sounds like @Jon. is in sales at a Jeep dealership if he received a 2022 order guide; if so, then he cannot share any information on said order guide.

Not a dealer, but just placed an order for a 2022.

My price difference on a V6 SR between 2021 and 2022 was $2,205 MSRP ($2,086 Invoice).
 

Jchglad

Well-known member
I've never been able to understand why manufacturers seem to force customers to get giant wheels on top level trims.
The summit wheels are 20’s, same as the limited with the package abs the overland without the off-road group, the summit wheels don’t look good imho…the summit SR wheels are 21’s, they look great, that trim is meant to compete with the luxury guys, without 21s it wouldn’t look right imho, especially with the extra length of the L, 21’s are not as big as some of the competitors that offers 22’s.
 
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