So, why are Jeep Grand Cherokee's so expensive? I’m looking to lease one…

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Just curious, but why are Jeep Grand Cherokee’s so expensive? I’m looking at the new Grand Cherokee L in either the overland or the limited trim level. Just looking at the prices, it’s probably best I lease one. Anyone own one in general? How are they? Are they reliable? How is the ride?
 

superblytrife

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Some vehicles just don’t lease well. If I remember right, Jeep falls under that category.

This is also a terrible time to get into a new vehicle. Inventory shortages have given dealers less incentive to give heavy discounts. A good price in today’s market was a borderline bad price pre-COVID.
 
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Some vehicles just don’t lease well. If I remember right, Jeep falls under that category.

This is also a terrible time to get into a new vehicle. Inventory shortages have given dealers less incentive to give heavy discounts. A good price in today’s market was a borderline bad price pre-COVID.
Hmmmm
 

AZwildcats

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Some vehicles just don’t lease well. If I remember right, Jeep falls under that category.

This is also a terrible time to get into a new vehicle. Inventory shortages have given dealers less incentive to give heavy discounts. A good price in today’s market was a borderline bad price pre-COVID.

Used market is through the roof right now too thanks to those inventory shortages. Got people asking for ludicrous prices on their used vehicles.
 
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everything expensive bruh

leasing prices gonna be way up. thank god I got my loaded ram for the low and did 3 years, save me a headache at least for another year and half
 
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