I bought my 2014 R/T less than a week ago, Chrysler financing gave me 2.3%. They started at 2.66 and I told them State Farm would give 2.19 so they dropped it a 1/4 point. Do the 2014. the 8 speed, the large touchscreen and other refinements made the difference worth it to me. I negotiated mine down pretty good, others on here have done even better than me. It is not 10k between the 2014 and 2013 unless you are buying a used 2013. You should be able to negotiate the 2014 to within 2,500 - 3,500 of the best deal on a 2013. Dodge tried hard to not bump the price on the 14, the only real difference should be the incentives. Again, I think it's worth it.
Last edited by Wash Man; 01-08-2014 at 01:27 PM.