Who is going to be stupid enough to pay ~$67 K for a jeep (with tax)? It's unfathomable & really suprising that anybody with half a brain that plans on selling these in any volume would do this. The real issue is as I mentioned many months ago is the GC Overland with options is approaching $50K so they needed to move the GC SRT8 upmarket to keep that market open. No one would buy an overland if a SRT8 could be had at near the same price.
Either way, Chrysler has blown themselves way past market & that will cost them share / profits from sales. Prepare for Gov motors round 2 within 2 years, then it's time to get your $13,000 discount again, LOL.
Yes, the WK1 Overland was more $ than the SRT8. The WK2 Overland has all the bells/whistles the SRT8 has plus the ride height adjustment, so now why the $ difference?Am I correct in thinking that around 3years ago the Overland was more money than the SRT8 until the options list pushed up the price?