June 9th Deadline to Buy From Terminated Chrysler Dealers
These dealerships had a total of 44,000 vehicles on the lots. By late last week, more than half of them have been sold, either to other deaerlships or direct to car buyers.
Practically all the deaerlships are losing money on each car, but they have no other choice. Some deaerlships ar selling at up to 40% off sticker price.
With the June 9th deadline approaching, these Chrysler dealers are getting more and more desperate to sell the last remnants of their inventory.
If you've been thinking of buying a Chrysler, the next few days offer one of the best buying opportunities. The color and option selection may not be great, but you're pretty much gauranteed a great deal.
To see what prices dealers are willing to sell their Chrysler vehicles, fill out our Price Report Form (But hurry, you only have until June 9th to make a deal)
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- Gregg Fidan
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