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So why does it show that on the page specifically for the Trackhawk then? What seems to confirm it even more is that each model has their own incentives and financing, and they for the most part are all slightly different. If zero financing is NOT offered on the Trackhawk, then this is clearly false advertising, and probably meant to induce new orders under false pretenses. It's very bait and switch if you ask me, people are now ordering these based on this advertising, and then come to find out at delivery it is not available if you're right. Jeep is gong to run into trouble with this...if it's not borderline bait and switch it is clearly bait and switch.
 

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I agree. I just clicked on the little "i" icon and it showed the jeeps eligible. I knew it was too good to be true. Also the $1000 off isn't included either. I don't know why they just don't include the trackhawk but you are correct it looks like the trackhawk is eligible for sure and then the fine print excludes it. They should put that advertisement on a Laredo model or something. Bait and switch at its finest.
 

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Sorry JMS it was the small number 3 next to the add for 0% financing for 36 months. Click on the small number 3 and it will scroll down all the vehicles that qualify for the promotion.
 

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Yeah, I saw that. I pointed this out to my dealer and he agreed with me, that Jeep and FCA could be facing problems with this. It is clearly false advertising. This blanket incentive advertising should NOT be on the model specific pages that do NOT qualify for it, this could and should be a problem for Jeep. It's deceptive, and that's the first cue to a bait and switch scheme, which poses a legal problem for them if tested. Seems like Jeep and FCA are inviting a class action lawsuit with this. But that's just my two cents...
 

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wow, that little button is so unassuming and if you didn't mention the list of vehicles it's offered with, I would have assumed that it was for the trackhawk. That's pretty shady of Jeep to do. But on the flip side, maybe the dealership salepeople may make the same mistake and give it to you if you show them the site.
 

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They just updated the site with leasing options. A 48-Month Lease......lol....Makes no sense SMH
 

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I completely agree with FCA pulling a bait and switch here. But being a 10 year owner of Jeep SRTs, I have always been denied any special offers so I never think there are any deals to be had on our SUVs. FCA has always excluded SRT vehicles from all offers granted the Trackhawk is not a SRT product anymore it still remains among their top of the line performance vehicles. I just look past any special offers FCA has for us.
 

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Be careful! My friend recently took out a loan with similar conditions, but the contract specified very different conditions and his loan was sold to a collection company frontline-collections.com . The most surprising thing is that my friend left the country for Australia, but the collectors found him there! My friend still tells me terrible stories after meetings with collectors and I'm very worried about his life. Always read the contract carefully, as it describes all the terms of the contract with which you may not agree. Goog luck!
 

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Be careful! My friend recently took out a loan with similar conditions, but the contract specified very different conditions and his loan was sold to a collection company frontline-collections.com . The most surprising thing is that my friend left the country for Australia, but the collectors found him there! My friend still tells me terrible stories after meetings with collectors and I'm very worried about his life. Always read the contract carefully, as it describes all the terms of the contract with which you may not agree. Goog luck!
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