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With its off-road capabilities, Jeep is a popular car brand for those who love the outdoors and spend a lot of time navigating trails. If you’re ready to pick up a new SUV fit for adventure, you have a slew of financing options to choose from.
From car loans and personal loans to financing directly through a dealer, you have options when it comes to buying a new Jeep. While dealership financing tends to be the quickest, a car loan from a bank, credit union or online lender may get you better rates and terms. Comparing car loans before you walk into a Jeep dealership not only lets you lock down a potentially lower APR, but it also lets you know exactly how much you can spend on your new car. This can help guide you toward a Jeep you can afford and keep you from getting talked into unnecessary add-ons. A personal loan is another way for you to pay for your new Jeep, though you likely won’t find as competitive rates and terms since your loan won’t be secured by the car you’re buying.
Since it can take a few days to compare lenders and fill out preapproval forms, buyers on a time crunch may want to consider financing directly through Jeep’s parent company, Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA).
The promotions available to you will vary based on where you live, your local dealership and your personal financial situation.
*Rates as of November 26, 2018
Jeep offers two incentive programs to military servicemembers and drivers with permanent disabilities.
A new Jeep from the 2019 model year typically costs $22,000 to $33,000. But the actual price you pay will depend on your negotiation skills and any customization you choose to add onto your car.
Yes, all 2019 Jeep models come with a three-year, 36,000-mile limited warranty. It covers the cost of all parts and labor needed to repair your vehicle due to defects caused by faulty material, workmanship or factory preparation. However, your brakes, wiper blades, clutch discs, windshield, rear window and wheel alignment only have a one-year, 12,000-mile limited warranty.
Your new Jeep also comes with two other warranties:
You can have your Jeep serviced at any authorized Chrysler, Dodge, Jeep or Ram dealer. If you’re looking for warranties for previous model years, you can find more details on Jeep’s website.
Jeep is known for its durable vehicles that can zip between the city and countryside with ease. Luckily, you have several financing options to get behind the wheel of one of these popular SUVs — from a car loan to financing directly through Chrysler Capital. And you may be able to score a cashback bonus if you’re a military servicemember or plan to install adaptive equipment on your new vehicle.
Read our guide to car loans to learn more about how they work and compare lenders.
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