Chrysler Dealers Get New Incentive Program
Normally when you leave a card in the comments and suggestions box, you have no idea whether or not the company will even read your thoughts. At Chrysler dealerships, you can guarantee that not only will they read those suggestions, but it may be a way to get a better deal on a new car.
An outside auditing firm will be measuring each dealership's ability to provide proper customer service and improve sales while limiting costs. Employees are likely to take this more seriously than previous programs because the best of the bunch can earn up to $800,000 annually based on improved performance.
Buyers can also take advantage of this based on two important factors: the program has a minimum sales cutoff that dealers need to hit before they are eligible for the larger incentives, and their customer service records play heavily in the weighting.
If you're considering a car in the Chrysler family, you may be able to get a better deal by stating that you will provide an excellent response in the follow-up surveys. Follow our car buying guide and be sure to mention that to each dealer. .
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- Gregg Fidan
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