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Pricing

Use this website to see Exactly what your dealer paid for your car (costs $29 US) and to see the Retail Pricing too (for free):

For Canada:

http://crcanadacars.org/default.asp

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https://ec.consumerreports.org/ec/aps/o ... nc5-nchome

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Here's what I used before buying my Compass:

http://carcostcanada.com

Tells you the wholesale/costs price of the vehicle and all the options in details, all the incentives the dealers have, all the terms and rates, etc etc...

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Here's what I used before buying my Compass:

http://carcostcanada.com

Tells you the wholesale/costs price of the vehicle and all the options in details, all the incentives the dealers have, all the terms and rates, etc etc...

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Does that one list the Dealer Holdbacks? You need to Subtract the Holdback from the Invoice Price in order to find out what the Dealer is actually paying.
The CR one has All the information necessary to find out what the dealer is really paying.

For the first week of August 2007 in Canada on the 2008 Jeep Compass there was a $400 Dealer Holdback.

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...For the first week of August 2007 in Canada on the 2008 Jeep Compass there was a $400 Dealer Holdback. :!:
I'd have to check Canada, but for the U.S. models the holdback is always 3% of the dealer invoice price.
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Here's a report from Car Cost Canada for exactly my Compass. It is usually very neat with pictures and great fonts but whatever, just so you see what you can get:


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Wholesale Price Report
2007 Jeep Compass 4WD 4dr Sport

4WD Sport Utility Vehicles

Manufacture warranty
Basic: 3 Years/60,000 km Drivetrain: 5 Years/100,000 km Drivetrain warranty does not apply to SRT styles Turbo Diesel 5 Years/160,000 km Corrosion: 3 Years/Unlimited km Roadside Assistance: 5 Years/100,000 km

Fuel economy
EnerGuide Estimate - City (L/100 km): 9.3
EnerGuide Estimate - City (L/100 km): 9.9
EnerGuide Estimate - Hwy (L/100 km): 7.4
EnerGuide Estimate - Hwy (L/100 km): 8.2

Retail Price* Wholesale Price**
Base $19,995.00 $18,970.00
Freight $1,200.00 $1,200.00
Optional equipment selected
- 2.4L DOHC SMPI 16-VALVE DUAL VVT 4-CYL ENGINE (STD) (ED3) $0.00 $0.00
- CONTINUOUSLY VARIABLE TRANSAXLE (DAV) $1,200.00 $1,032.00
- P215/60R17 ALL SEASON BSW TOURING TIRES (STD) (TTU) $0.00 $0.00
- CLOTH LOW-BACK FRONT BUCKET SEATS (STD) (D7__) $0.00 $0.00
- MONOTONE PAINT (STD) (P__-1) $0.00 $0.00
- FEDERAL AIR CONDITIONING EXCISE TAX (-EXTAX) $100.00 $100.00
- FEDERAL AIR CONDITIONING EXCISE TAX (ATJ) $445.00 $383.00
- DRIVER CONVENIENCE GROUP -inc: auto-dimming rearview mirror w/compass & temp gauge, tire pressure monitor, universal garage door opener, vehicle information centre (REQ: 2_E CPOS Pkg) (AJV) $375.00 $323.00
- HEATED FRONT SEATS (REQ: 2_E CPOS Pkg) (CMA) $295.00 $254.00
- SECURITY & CARGO CONVENIENCE GROUP -inc: security alarm, soft tonneau cover (REQ: 2_E CPOS Pkg) (AJB) $200.00 $172.00
- LUXURY FRONT & REAR FLOOR MATS (CLX) $0.00 $0.00
- SPEED CONTROL (REQ: 2_E CPOS Pkg) (NHM-R) $250.00 $215.00
- TRAILER TOW PREP GROUP -inc: engine oil cooler, trailer tow wiring harness (REQ: 25E or 26E CPOS Pkg) (AHC) $100.00 $100.00
PPA Assessment $75.00
DAA $150.00
Totals including all items above $24,160.00 $22,974.00

*Retail Price - Also referred to as the M.S.R.P. or Manufacturer Suggested Retail Price or Retail Factory Price. The price the dealer wants you to pay.

** Wholesale Price - Also referred to as the Dealer Invoice Price, Dealer Factory Price or Dealer Cost. The price the dealer pays for the car, before adjusting for any applicable Factory Incentives. To start your negotiations, take this number, add a fair dealer markup/profit (3%-6% on most cars) and deduct any applicable factory incentive below.
Current Factory Incentive Programs.
Incentive Type Value Term Expiry
Cash Incentives
Security Deposit Waiver $0.00 8/31/2007
Gold Key Lease Accelerator Cash Bonus (Finance only) - for current lessées only $3,000.00 8/31/2007
Gold Key Lease Accelerator Cash Bonus (Lease only) - for current lessées only $2,000.00 8/31/2007
Finance Program
Retail Finance 3.99% 36 8/31/2007
Retail Finance 5.99% 48 8/31/2007
Retail Finance 6.89% 60 8/31/2007
Retail Finance 7.89% 72 8/31/2007
Lease Program
Gold Key Lease 3.99% 24 8/31/2007
Gold Key Lease 5.99% 36 8/31/2007
Gold Key Lease 5.99% 48 8/31/2007
Gold Key Lease 7.99% 60 8/31/2007
General Comments
Deduct a holdback amount of $400 from the wholesale price above to establish the net dealer wholesale cost.
No Security Deposit on all leases.
Chrysler is currently offering the Gold Key Lease Accelerator Lease Loyalty program. This program applies to current lessées whos leases are scheduled to mature from September 1, 2007 to March 31, 2008. The program is available from August 1 to August 31, 2007. Customers can get into any new 2006, 2007 & 2008 model with the exception of Sprinter, Base Caliber and all the Short Wheel Base Caravans. Eligible lessées can now receive $3,000 when financing a new vehicle or $2,000 when leasing a new vehicle. This bonus is applied to the after tax amount. Please consult your dealer for further details.

If your CarCostCanada Wholesale Price Report does not include a dealer's real-time quote, we do not currently have a local dealer that has been pre-screened to ensure that their prices and levels of service meet or exceed our members' expectations. By no means does this suggest that you cannot get a good deal. To ensure that you do get a good deal, keep the following in mind.

1. Dealers are always more likely to offer low prices to serious new car buyers
2. Showing a dealer your CarCostCanada Wholesale Price Report proves that you are a serious new car buyer
3. Although many vehicles can be purchased for only 3%-5% over the dealer wholesale price, due to strong demand many hot-selling vehicles typically sell for 5%-8% over the dealer wholesale price

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Standard Features

EXTERIOR
- Body colour fascias - Roof side rails
- Accent-colour liftgate applique - Halogen headlamps
- Fog lamps - Solar control glass
- Manual fold away mirrors - Variable intermittent wipers
- Rear window wiper & washer - Black door handles
- Front license plate attachment screws - Liftgate door w/fixed glass

INTERIOR
- Cloth low-back bucket seats - 60/40 rear folding seat
- Full length floor console - Sliding armrest w/cell phone holder
- Carpeted floor - Tilt steering column
- Instrumentation-inc: tachometer, outside temp indicator - Sentry Key theft deterrent system
- Rear seat heating ducts - Rear window defroster
- AM/FM stereo w/CD player-inc: aux input, (4) speakers - Fixed long mast antenna
- 12V auxiliary pwr outlet - Front dome lamp
- Sliding sun visors w/vanity mirrors - Cargo compartment lamp
- Fold-flat cargo area storage-inc: Ultrafloor vinyl floor covering

MECHANICAL
- 2.4L DOHC SMPI 16-valve dual VVT 4-cyl engine
- Engine block heater - 5-speed manual transmission
- Electronic stability program w/roll mitigation system - Four wheel drive
- 120-amp alternator - 525 CCA maintenance-free battery
- Pwr accessory delay - Touring suspension
- P215/60R17 all season BSW touring tires - Compact spare tire
- 17" x 6.5" aluminum sparkle silver wheels - Pwr rack-&-pinion steering
- 4-wheel anti-lock disc brakes w/brake assist

SAFETY
- 4-wheel anti-lock disc brakes w/brake assist
- Front multi-stage air bags w/occupant classification system - Front/rear side curtain air bags
- Electronic stability program w/roll mitigation system


Note: The vehicle pricing information offered at Carcostcanada.com does not include many of the following items: Government taxes (PST, GST, tire tax, gas tax etc), fuel costs (Typically $20-$40). Freight and PDI charges shown above represent the Manufacturers suggested prices. Some dealers may include additional items in their freight and PDI charges and therefore may charge a higher price. Items such as floor mats, block heaters, mud guards, air cond tax, tire tax, gas tax, theft deterrent systems, administration fees, fuel etc. Please consult with your local dealer to clarify exactly what their charges include.

All the automakers reserve the right to make changes at any time, without notice, to colours, equipment, materials, models, prices and specifications.

Armada Data Corporation. makes every possible effort to ensure the accuracy of the data presented herein. However from time to time we may receive data that contains errors, or data entry mistakes may occur. As such we are not responsible for the accuracy of the data presented.

How do I use the CarCostCanada Wholesale Price Report to get a great deal?

1. If your CarCostCanada Wholesale Price Report includes a dealer's real-time quote, simply call the dealer to confirm availability and prices to make your final arrangements. Please note that all dealers have been pre-screened to ensure that their prices and levels of service meet or exceed our members' expectations. In fact, most of them have been recommended by past members.


2. If your CarCostCanada Wholesale Price Report does not include a dealer's real-time quote, we do not currently have a local dealer that has been pre-screened to ensure that their prices and levels of service meet or exceed our members' expectations. By no means does this suggest that you cannot get a good deal. To ensure that you do get a good deal, keep the following in mind.


1. Dealers are always more likely to offer low prices to serious new car buyers
2. Showing a dealer your CarCostCanada Wholesale Price Report proves that you are a serious new car buyer
3. Although many vehicles can be purchased for only 3%-5% over the dealer wholesale price, due to strong demand many hot-selling vehicles typically sell for 5%-8% over the dealer wholesale price



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This data is valid currently, as we speak... So if anyone in Canada is looking to buy a Compass right now, those are the rights prices for this model of Compass, you have the retail and the cost prices.

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Here's what I got from the Consumer Reports Canada Website:

http://crcanadacars.org/default.asp

2008 Jeep Compass 4WD 4dr Limited

4WD Sport Utility Vehicles

Manufacture warranty
Basic: 3 Years/60,000 km Drivetrain: 5 Years/100,000 km Drivetrain warranty does not apply to SRT styles Turbo Diesel 5 Years/160,000 km Corrosion: 3 Years/Unlimited km Roadside Assistance: 5 Years/100,000 km

Fuel economy
EnerGuide Estimate - City (L/100 km): 9.3 (2007)
EnerGuide Estimate - City (L/100 km): 9.9 (2007)
EnerGuide Estimate - Hwy (L/100 km): 7.4 (2007)
EnerGuide Estimate - Hwy (L/100 km): 8.2 (2007)

Manufacture's
Suggested
Retail Price
FOLLOWED BY
Dealer InvoicePrice

Base
$24,995.00
$23,269.00

Freight
$1,200.00
$1,200.00

Optional equipment selected

FEDERAL AIR CONDITIONING EXCISE TAX (-EXTAX)
$100.00
$100.00

2.4L DOHC SMPI 16-VALVE DUAL VVT 4-CYL ENGINE (STD) (ED3)
$0.00
$0.00

CONTINUOUSLY VARIABLE TRANSAXLE W/AUTOSTICK (DAV)
$1,300.00 (Retail)
$1,118.00 (Dealer Invoice)
26F LIMITED PREFERRED ORDER SELECTION PKG -inc: 2.4L 4-cyl engine, continuously variable trans *Upon selection of this pkg, the cost of powertrain components will be added* (26F)
$0.00
$0.00

P215/55R18 ALL SEASON BSW PERFORMANCE TIRES (STD) (TT1)
$0.00
$0.00

LEATHER TRIMMED BUCKET SEATS (STD) (AL__)
$0.00
$0.00

MONOTONE PAINT (STD) (P__-1)
$0.00
$0.00

18" X 7" ALUMINUM WHEELS (STD) (WPW)
$0.00
$0.00

BOSTON ACOUSTICS SOUND GROUP -inc: (2) articulating liftgate speakers, (6) Boston Acoustic speakers w/subwoofer (ATJ)
$400.00
$344.00

SECURITY & CARGO CONVENIENCE GROUP -inc: security alarm, soft tonneau cover, Uconnect hands-free communication (AJB)
$400.00
$344.00

FRONT SEAT SIDE AIR BAGS (CJ1)
$400.00
$344.00

PPA Assessment

$75.00

DAA

$150.00

Totals including all items above
$28,795.00
$26,944.00

This report includes the Manufacturer's Suggested Retail Price and the Dealer Invoice Price, the price the dealer pays for the car. The Consumer Reports Bottom Line Price is the dealer invoice price, less any applicable Factory Incentive Programs shown below. This is the suggested place to start when negotiating.

Current Factory Incentive Programs.

General Comments

Deduct a holdback amount of $400 from the wholesale price (Dealer Invoice Price) above to establish the net dealer wholesale cost.

Standard Equipment

EXTERIOR

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Body colour fascias w/bright insert
-
Lower bright bodyside moulding
-
Roof side rails
-
Body colour liftgate applique
-
Halogen headlamps
-
Fog lamps
-
Deep tint sunscreen glass
-
Pwr fold away mirrors
-
Variable intermittent wipers
-
Rear window wiper & washer
-
Limited edition badge
-
Black door handles
-
Front license plate attachment screws
-
Liftgate door w/fixed glass

INTERIOR

-
Leather trimmed bucket seats-inc: driver height & lumbar adjusters
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Heated front seats
-
Front passenger fold-flat seat
-
60/40 rear split reclining seat
-
Full length floor console
-
Sliding armrest w/cell phone holder
-
Carpeted floor
-
Luxury front/rear floor mats
-
Tilt steering column
-
Leather wrapped steering wheel-inc: audio controls
-
Instrumentation-inc: tachometer, 240-KPH speedometer, outside temp indicator
-
Tire pressure monitoring display

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Vehicle info centre
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Pwr windows w/driver 1-touch down
-
Remote keyless entry
-
Speed-sensitive auto pwr locks
-
Pwr accessory delay
-
Speed control
-
Universal garage door opener
-
Sentry Key theft deterrent system
-
Air conditioning
-
Rear seat heating ducts
-
Rear window defroster
-
AM/FM stereo w/CD player-inc: (4) speakers
-
Fixed long mast antenna
-
Bright interior accents
-
Satin silver instrument panel bezel
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115V auxiliary pwr outlet
-
12V auxiliary pwr outlet
-
Auto-dimming rearview mirror
-
Front dome lamp
-
Illuminated entry
-
Map/reading lamps w/dome light
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Rechargeable/removable lamp
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Passenger assist handles
-
Sliding sun visors w/vanity mirrors
-
Fold-flat cargo area storage-inc: Ultrafloor vinyl floor covering

MECHANICAL

-
2.4L DOHC 16-valve dual VVT 4-cyl engine
-
Engine block heater
-
5-speed manual transmission
-
Electronic stability program w/roll mitigation system
-
4-wheel drive
-
525 CCA maintenance-free battery
-
120-amp alternator
-
Rear stabilizer bar
-
Touring suspension
-
P215/55R18 all season BSW performance tires
-
Compact spare tire
-
18" x 7" aluminum wheels
-
Performance steering
-
4-wheel anti-lock disc brakes w/brake assist

SAFETY
-
4-wheel anti-lock disc brakes w/brake assist
-
Front multi-stage air bags
-
Front/rear side curtain air bags
-
Electronic stability program w/roll mitigation system


Consumer Reports Equipment Recommendations

Consumer Reports recommends that you consider the equipment listed below if it is available on specific model in this report. In some cases it may be part of the standard equipment, optional or not available.

Consumer Reports recommends that you consider this equipment, to maximize safety, comfort, convenience and resale value.

- Consumer Reports Recommended Equipment

Adjustable pedals

Power side mirrors

Driver seat height adjustment

Side air bags

Four-wheel antilock brakes

Stability control

Head protection air bags

Tilt and telescope steering column

Heated side mirrors

Traction control

Remote keyless entry

Heated seats

Central locking system

Air conditioning

Consumer Reports Guide to Buying

When buying a new car

Whether you're buying or leasing your new car, pickup, minivan, or sport utility vehicle, the experts at Consumer Reports can help you make the right decision. Use our 60-plus years of automotive experience to assist you in getting the best deal.

Getting Started

Starting with Consumer Reports Bottom Line Price, add the invoice prices for the packages and options you want (see the Equipment Packages and Standard Equipment/Options Sections). Use this total price in your negotiation.

Using the World Wide Web

Consumer Reports online research shows that using car referral web sites may not improve your chances of finding the car you want any more quickly than contacting local dealers directly. In our research two out of three price requests were not answered within two business days. Make sure that online price quotes you do receive are for the car equipped exactly as you specified.

At the Dealership

Politely present your figures and ask for the dealer's best price, using the Consumer Reports Bottom Line Price adjusted for your chosen packages and options (see the Getting Started section above). Make it clear that you intend to shop at other dealers for the best price. In order to compare the price quotes you receive, ask each dealership to give you a breakdown of all the charges that are included in its quote. If your figures are challenged, ask to see the dealer's actual invoice for the vehicle and other manufacturer bulletins concerning dealer holdbacks, incentives, and fees.

The kind of deal to expect

Dealers are entitled to a reasonable profit, but what's reasonable? For most new models, 4-8 percent over Consumer Reports Bottom Line is reasonable. If the vehicle is in high demand, however, you may not be able to get much of a discount against the MSRP.

Dealers sometimes sell cars at or below dealer invoice. They're not taking a loss. Many auto makers give their dealers an additional "holdback" that is typically 2 to 3 percent of the MSRP for each vehicle sold. The dealer may also profit from volume discounts, special sales incentives (called "spiffs" in the trade), or commissions they collect if they arrange your financing or insurance. They may also earn profit on reselling any car you trade in or through servicing your new car.

Some dealers may add a "dealer advertising fee" to cover local advertising expenses. During your negotiation tell the dealer that you do not want to pay such fees. Some dealers may not be willing to waive the advertising fee. In this case, the only way to avoid excessive advertising fees may be to choose a different dealer or another model.

Some dealers operate on a "one-price" or "no-haggle" system. Nevertheless, always ask for a discount as well as trying other dealers since the "non-negotiable" price is sometimes negotiable. Even if you don't get a discount, you may gain concessions on your trade-in price.

Negotiating Tips and Traps

Always bargain up from the Consumer Reports Bottom Line, not down from the invoice or MSRP.
Keep price negotiations separate from negotiating the trade-in price and financing terms. If the salesperson asks about a trade-in or financing before you've settled on a price for the new vehicle, explain that you haven't yet decided and continue to negotiate the new-car price.
Insist on a firm price quote on the spot and write the figure down.
Shop around, get quotes from more than one dealer.
Don't be pressured into accepting a price that's "good only if you buy today." A legitimate quote should be good tomorrow as well (although rebates and special promotions may have a cut-off date).
Don't answer questions like "How much do you want to pay?" or "What do you think I'm entitled to make?" Make the salesperson give you a quote.
Get up and leave if you get a firm price that a sales manager later rejects.
Don't give a deposit before you settle on a price. Once you settle on a price make sure to get a receipt for your deposit and a signed copy of the quote.
If a customer rebate is available you may have a choice of cash or special low financing terms. You'll need to evaluate your other financing options before making a decision.
Whether or not a rebate is available, ask the dealer about financing terms. Manufacturers sometimes offer below-market loans. Always compare the dealer's terms to those offered by a bank or credit union.
Don't get too attached to one model. You'll bargain from a stronger position if you can walk away from the deal.
Watch out for.....

Beware of any extra charges that may appear after you've agreed on a price. These items may include:

Dealer "packs." Reject items such as rust proofing, fabric protection, pinstripes, and paint sealant.
"Documentation" or "administration" fees. These charges for processing paperwork are sometimes negotiable.
Extended warranties are not worth it for a new car that has a high reliability rating, especially with today's long factory warranties.

Consumer Reports Guide to Leasing

Leasing a new car

Low monthly prices in newspapers and television ads may look like great deals. But leasing is a far more complicated transaction than buying. Incomprehensible contracts and large hidden fees for early termination or excess wear and tear all add to the complexity of a lease. Unless you're a tough negotiator and a gentle driver, you could end up paying much more than you should.

Negotiate the Terms

Use the price information in this report to negotiate the purchase price, just as if you were buying the car. Once you agree on a sale price tell the dealer that you will consider leasing. The negotiated sale price will be the basis for many other costs in the lease and will be used in calculating the capitalized cost. Other points to negotiate include:

The annual kilometer allowance should be consistent with how much you drive. The allowance is typically 20,000 or 25,000 kilometers.
Money factor. Also known as the "lease rate," the money factor, is a finance cost akin to the interest paid on a bank loan.
Wear and Tear. Have the dealer spell out what constitutes wear and tear and also ensure that "excess" is fully described.
Lease company. Hundreds of banks and finance companies write vehicle leases but most dealerships work with just a few. Ask your dealer if you can choose a lease company offering the best deal including the best money factor and residual value (the projected worth of the vehicle at the end of the lease).
Acquisition fee. Sometimes negotiable, this is part of the up-front cost of leasing.
Leasing Tips and Traps

Leasing may be a good choice if you: get a new car every three or four years, cannot make a 20 percent down payment for a new car, maintain your vehicle well, and drive it less than 25,000 kilometers a year.
Beware of entering into a lease contract where the agreed-upon value of the vehicle is above the MSRP. The negotiated purchase price should be used to determine the capitalized cost for the lease.
Make sure the lease is a closed-end lease. With a closed-end lease you will have the option to either turn the vehicle in or purchase it at a price that is usually specified in your contract.
Look for a subsidized lease. Occasionally a lease is "subvented" or subsidized, typically by the manufacturer for selected vehicles. Sometimes the terms cannot be negotiated. Ask the dealer or leasing company for proof (a memo from the leasing company to the dealer, for instance) if you are told the deal cannot be negotiated.
Try to put as little money into the lease as possible. Look for a low "capitalized-cost reduction" or down payment.
Any optional equipment should be added to the selling price of the car and paid for through the lease payments, not paid for up-front. Make sure all optional equipment you bargain for is actually included.

The material provided in this report is gathered by Consumers Union from its own resources and outside experts.

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