Chrysler Ends Money Back Guarantee, Extends Incentives
Chrysler has ended its 60-Day Guarantee for all other Chrysler brands (except Ram trucks, which run through September.)
Only 21 buyers (out of nearly 200,000) chose to invoke the money-back guarantee instead of taking other Chrysler incentives, such as cash-back or low-interest financing (zero-percent for up to 60 months on 2010 models).
Here is a detailed breakdown on the new incentives being offered:
Ram continues the 60-day money-back guarantee for 2010 Ram trucks.
- 2010 Ram 1500 Crew Cab financed through Ally Financial are eligible for $3,500 in Consumer Cash.
- 2010 Ram Heavy Duty financed through Ally Financial are eligible for $2,000 in Consumer Cash.
- 2011 Ram Heavy Duty financed through Ally Financial are eligible for $1,000 in Consumer Cash.
Zero-percent financing for 60 months or Consumer Cash of up to $4,500 for 2010 models.
- 2010 Liberty, Grand Cherokee or Commander and finance through Ally Financial are eligible for up to $1,000 in Ally Financial Bonus Cash.
- 2011 Grand Cherokee through Ally Financial are eligible for financing rates as low as 1.9 percent for 36 months.
Zero-percent financing for up to 60 months through Ally Financial or Consumer Cash of up to $3,000.
- 1.9 percent financing for up to 72 months through Ally Financial if you purchase a 2010 model.
- Lease a 2010 300, 300C or Town & Country through Ally Financial - bonus cash of up to $2,000.
Zero-percent financing for up to 60 months or Consumer Cash of up to $3,000.
- Buyers of the 2010 Charger can choose from zero-percent financing for up to 72 months or Consumer Cash of $3,000.
- lease a 2010 Charger, Journey or Grand Caravan through Ally Financial are eligible for lease bonus cash of up to $2,000.
In other Chrysler news, the company announced it will team up with U.S. Bank to make leasing easier for its customers interested in Chrysler's remaining 2010 models, including the 300, Town & Country, Dodge Charger, Grand Caravan, Journey, Nitro, Jeep Wrangler and Liberty vehicles.
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