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My truck arrives by Monday. I live in SoCal and purchased it from Champion Jeep Dodge Ram in Indianapolis, IN. This is a great dealership to work with. I was searching for 6 months for the truck at the right price. I got a crazy deal that I was not able to refuse. The sales guy I dealt with, Mo Ganchi, was great to work with. Anyone looking for a Rebel call this dealership! They have some serious discounts. The communication was just excellent from the point of sale, to discussing terms, financing, closing on the deal and ultimately shipping the truck to me. It was as smooth of a transaction as it could be.

I HIGHLY recommend this dealership!
 

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Awesome, congrats.

Would you be able to talk about the deal they gave you? Would be interested in seeing how that compares to what else people here have been getting.
 

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GreatRam - I had planned on getting the sunroof installed at American Sunroof in San Diego, CA. I am putting a hold on it for now to see how i am going to like the truck without it. It's a $1,400 cost so I have not decided just yet.

Ramageddon - Absolutely. I was searching for about 4 months before I got my deal. My only source was autotrader. It is a 2015 V6 Pentastar purchased in Feb 2016 I was looking for a V6 only but explored V8's as well. MSRP $50,175 and purchased for $38,594. New!!! I did not find anything lower with all the options I got. My truck is loaded. The options are listed below. The only one option for me that was missing was the sunroof and i could live without it or install it aftermarket. Many dealerships presented what i call a bait and switch on autotrader. They display the lowest price possible with all available discounts i.e. served in the military, have a current lease with chrysler.. etc. stuff that many people will not qualify for. So I would call and if the lowest internet price is say $39k to $41k, they would then tell me that since I live in CA the discounts will be different, I do not qualify for many of the discounts etc etc so then the lowest price was now between $43k and $45k for V6's and V8's. But Champion Dodge in Indianapolis, IN was the most aggressive dealership. Perhaps they get better discounts from Chrysler or they are a volume dealership... i don't know and nor do i care how they do their business. For me, it was the price I am paying. The lowest price was as marked by this dealership, no gimmics, no bs. I have purchased A LOT of cars in my young life so far and the process with the internet sales team with this dealership was A++. My sales rep Mo Ganchi was is a great guy which made the process even more smoother. I would highly recommend this dealership. They even arranged for the shipping. I have shipped many cars covered and uncovered from coast to coast on multiple occasions and costs have always been between $900 and $1100 for a regular sedan so this rebel cost me $1,450. I can understand since it is a bigger, longer, and heavier truck. I did shop it around with REPUTABLE shipping companies and they all interestingly enough quoted me the same amount so i know did not overpay. More importantly the communication was excellent. Mo kept in touch, kept me posted every step of the way, would respond to text immediately and never turned down my calls. To me its all about customer service.

I am looking to purchase a Hellcat same time next year and my first call will be to this dealership.

Options:
Rebel Package 22W
Luxury Group
Protection Group
Remote Start & Security Group
Rear Camera & Park Assist Group
Tonneau Cover
Rear Window Defroster
Rebel Instrucment Cluster
Uconnect 8.4 with NAV
9 amplified speakers with sub
spray-in bedliner.

NO SUNROOF - DARN IT!!!!!!!!
 
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