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Supplier/Affiliate Pricing for GW

heightsq5

New member
Hello all. Has anyone been able to order a Grand Wagoneer under the FCA Supplier/Affiliate program yet? I have gotten conflicting info from a couple of dealers, one who says they can and one who says no. Just curious if others have had success ordering in this way or not. Thanks!
 

MAXGroup

Active member
On the affiliate web site you can log on and see what models are officially available for affiliate pricing. I checked and the Wagoneer Grand Wagoneer and the GC L are all not on there, as they are not eligible yet.
That being said, if a dealer that you know is legit gives you and invoice price take it.
 

SNBI_07

Member
Does this have to be applied at time of ordering a factory order or could it be effective once vehicle is delivered and final terms are settled? I know its currently not available but if I just placed an order yesterday what are the chances that the program is in effect by the time I take delivery in a few months?
 

qwert541

New member
FYI--My volume dealer told me that it's dealer discretion as to whether it honors supplier pricing on the GW. He did---showed me the PP (preferred price) on Series 3, which I accepted. For a Dealer spec'd vehicle ordered back in March. Stuck in D1, still waiting for updated timing, like everyone else.
 
FYI--My volume dealer told me that it's dealer discretion as to whether it honors supplier pricing on the GW. He did---showed me the PP (preferred price) on Series 3, which I accepted. For a Dealer spec'd vehicle ordered back in March. Stuck in D1, still waiting for updated timing, like everyone else.

https://www.fcausaffiliates.com/

GWIII not listed on their website. You also have to be part of the affiliate program and officially registered with a control number to receive 1 percent below invoice. FCA also reimburses the dealer in the fca affliciaye program as well. It is not just something a dealer can show you and give you. You must be talking about something else.
 

SNBI_07

Member
I emailed my ambassador this morning to ask if the Grand Wagoneer were to be incorporated into the affiliate program by the time of delivery/purchase if they would honor it. Fingers crossed.

***edit*** got the word they will honor the affiliate pricing, so just snagged a tread lightly membership.
 
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SNBI_07

Member
A $25.00 membership will get you affiliate pricing? Saving you what in general?
You need to get the $100 membership. It should show the FCA affiliate pricing as a perk of that level of membership. Once you have waited your 30 days after joining you can use the control number assigned to your profile and buy the vehicle at 1% below invoice, so we are talking about saving a few grand off MSRP.
 

Jason

Active member
I've been hearing the invoice is only a few thousand less than MSRP. Not sure how true that is, but if it is, that's going to make any negotiating pretty hard to do.
 
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