Discussion in 'Mopar / FCA News' started by Dave Z, Sep 28, 2017.
You're enjoying your banner eh bud?
Canada, Southwestern Ontario
I see a few here and there, both Power Wagon and Rebel. Not nearly as many as Laramie and Limited/Longhorn.
Funny since them and Big Horns make up like 70% of the sales.
All the other trims do fine. I guess our area just doesn’t care for Rebels.
Here its mostly Big Horns followed by Rebels, but Rebels are only 1/5th of those two models you see.
Couldn't agree more
We move a few up here. I've done 3 in the last 2 months.... however I had 4 drop in the summer and still have one left. It's weird how they sell up here. Nothing for a while then everyone and their cousin wants one.
6 years ago we were excited about this...
I see a ton of Rebels in the Toronto area.
Sorry, to the average person, this truck has yet to age. Everyone asks when I got it, it’s a 2013. I’m sure if I had the led lights and everything they’d think I just bought it that day.
I got joy watching that video, as much as gas sucks, I love driving it everyday.
I'm really on the fence with this one. I bought a Sport because I think it's the best looking trim level, on the flip side I also wanted all the features. The Sport is pretty good in the fact that you can option it up like a Laramie basically, but you miss out on memory seats, heated rear seats and the led ambient lit interior door handles. My truck actually has more stuff than quite a few Laramies that I've seen but I miss out on those key Laramie features. If I could have done a Laramie with the Sport package I probably would have done that, the key would be to visually differentiate a bit between say a Big Horn Sport and a Laramie Sport.
I live in the heart of truck country ‘Murica. There are a LOT of Rebels around even though its a lower volume truck. When I was shopping for a Power Wagon, we actualy considered a Rebel for my wife, but it was just an impulse and we really weren’t ready to trade off her Disco. But a local dealership brought in about ten 2017 Rebels to move for the end of the year. They had big incentives and were gone in a hurry.
I actually dont see hardly any Power Wagons. But I’m sure thats due to an even more limited production number.
Like I mentioned before, I get a lot of comments from people who didnt know Power Wagons were still being made. LOL!
Your product knowledge of trim differences is impressive for a consumer.
If I'm interested in something I try to learn everything I can about it lol. I added the ambient lit door handles to my Sport btw, but the memory seats and heated rear seats is a whole other ballgame that I'm not going to bother with.
I'm an *#$hole when it comes to my salesmen knowing their product. In this day and age, our clients have the ability to do everything online but touch, feel, smell, and hear our vehicles. If you're selling, you had better be a product knowledge expert.
*Hear (yes youtube videos exist) however the sound quality on the videos do not do our vehicles justice.*
Literally, and I'm not exaggerating, the last three times I went to a dealership looking around, I end up giving the salesperson info about the truck that they did not know.
9/12 of my salesmen will know everything you know, and teach you something you didn't.
The 3 are new hires.
That's not surprising. Our salesmen still think the Demon is AWD.