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Whether you need a great lease deal, competitive finance package or looking to trade-in, trade-up, get cash or exit your lease early, we can help. If you are looking to lease or buy a a new Jeep, you'll find what you need at Rodo.
Rodo is only car marketplace where car shoppers can get direct dealer pricing, with discounts and promotions already worked in to your actual monthly cost. Rodo offers shoppers the most convenient way to lease or buy a new vehicle without stepping foot in a showroom. Plus with Rodo you get contact free direct-to-your-door delivery. Browse our selection of new Jeeps and current monthly dealer discounts and deals.
If you have questions, we have answers. Find our most common questions answered below. Should you need more information or assistance, our support team will be happy to answer your questions promptly using the Rodo chat feature!
Do Jeeps Hold their Value?
Most Jeep models hold their value well in comparison with other makes. Some models can be worth as much as 80% of their original market price after three-years. This is one of the reasons a lot of Jeep dealers often have competitive lease deals that are more affordable than finance.
A Jeep on lease for 36-months and only losing 20% of it's market value makes it an attractive second-hand vehicle with a higher than normal profit margin. Because of this, customers can find the bridge between a lease on a new Jeep or finance deals can be better on newer models than it would be to take out an auto loan for a used Jeep.
How Many Jeeps are There?
Eight in total. That's just the Jeep model and not including the trim levels within each range. As an example, within the Jeep Renegade range, there are another nine sub-models. The Jeep Renegade Sport, Jeep Renegade Altitude, Jeep Renegade Latitude, the Jeep Renegade steer 2XT, Jeep Renegade Upland 2XN, Jeep Renegade Orange Edition 2XU, Jeep Renegade Altitude, the Jeep Renegade Limited 22D, and the Jeep Renegade Trailhawk 22C.
The Jeep Wrangler is the classic off-roader that most customers are familiar with, however, Jeep is a popular brand in the family car category and business car lease market due to the variety of car models they have catering to different customer needs.
Can a Jeep on Lease have Aftermarket Modifications Done?
Modifications being done to any car on lease differ by dealership. In most cases, the only modifications permitted are those that can be reversed so that at the end of the lease term, the vehicle can be restored to its stock condition. Before agreeing to lease deals, it is always best to discuss with the dealership what you intend to use the car for as the dealership may be able to offer a better alternative at a better price, without anything extra that needs doing.
As an example, the Jeep Compass Trailhawk is an excellent trail-rider, but if you're drawn to it for its looks, the new and more affordable price on the similar Jeep Compass North Edition 2GP may be a suitable alternative to modifying pricier Jeeps.
Are the Deals Better on Finance than on a Jeep Lease?
Finance deals on a new Jeep can include competitive terms, however, like most auto loans, 0% finance for up to 72 months, or 1% APR on 84-month terms, which is available from select dealerships backed by Jeep finance on a select few base model vehicles tend to require a well-qualified buyer with an excellent credit rating.
What Type of Jeep Is Best for Off-Road Driving?
Off-road driving is what Jeep is best known for and that continues in each year's line up across all categories including the subcompact SUVs. Some of the best in the new lineup of Jeep cars include the Jeep Renegade Trailhawk, Grand Cherokee Overland, and the Jeep Compass High Altitude with each model being available at dealerships across the United States.
The list price on Rodo is always below the MSRP and for an even lower deposit, select dealerships often have these available with competitive lease deals with extremely low deposits.
What is the Most Fuel-Efficient Jeep for City Driving?
The Jeep Renegade delivers 22 city mpg and the Compass range 23 mpg. The Jeep Renegade is the most compact Jeep SUV in the lineup. The newer subcompact SUVs are among the most fuel-efficient vehicles Jeep has produced to date.
What Type of Jeep has the Best Lease Deals?
This depends on the dealership but generally, the more popular a model, the more competitive the lease deals are, as are the price ranges and finance deals on offer for select lines. The best deals recently have been on the newer subcompact SUVs of the Renegade and the Cherokee.
What's Different Between the Latitude and Latitude Plus?
A key difference between the 2019 Latitude and the 2020 Latitude Plus is the technology. The Plus range has SiriusXM® satellite radio included as standard, whereas previously, it was an optional upgrade. The new Latitude Plus also has cross-path detection included as standard, which helps to get in and out of tough parking spots and around tight bends on trails.
Can Vehicles on Lease be Traded in for a New Lease?
Yes. Most dealerships, including those on Rodo, do accept trade-in vehicles. For cars on lease, some dealers are open to buying a leased car back in exchange for trade-in credits towards your next vehicle. This can be helpful if, for example, you took out a 24-month lease on the Latitude then discovered the newer Latitude Plus range would be a better vehicle for a family.
The difference in a new lease will be the increased monthly payments over a new contract, rather than having to sell the car at a discount price, leaving you out of pocket over the term of the deal. All dealers on Rodo can be contacted to discuss the finance options, trade-in options, or finance using the in-app chat function to help make accessing the right car at the right price much easier for everyone.