Chrysler Offering 0% Financing Through August
August brings additional incentives on the 2010 Jeep Liberty, 2010 Jeep Grand Cherokee and 2010 Jeep Commander, plus lease bonus cash for the 2010 Chrysler Town & Country.
Incentives continue on the 2011 Jeep Liberty, 2011 Dodge Nitro and 2011 Ram 1500 Regular, Quad and Crew Cab pickups. (All incentives valid through Aug. 31, 2010.)
Chrysler has also extended its 60-day pledge program, allowing consumers to return a new vehicle within 60 days if they are not satisfied with their purchase.
A breakdown of the incentives are below:
0% financing for up to 60 months through Ally Financial, Consumer Cash of up to $3,000 or the "60-day/no payments" pledge program. 2010 model year buyers also eligible for 1.9% financing for up to 72 months through Ally Financial.
0% financing for 60 months, Consumer Cash of up to $4,500 or the pledge program. 2010 Jeep Liberty, Jeep Grand Cherokee or Jeep Commander buyers financed through Ally Financial are eligible for up to $1,000 in Ally Financial Bonus Cash. 2011 Jeep Liberty buyers are eligible for $1,000 Consumer Cash for 1.9% financing for 36 months through Ally Financial.
0% financing for up to 60 months, Consumer Cash of up to $3,000 or the pledge program. 2010 Dodge Charger buyers can choose from 0% financing for up to 72 months, Consumer Cash of $3,000 or the pledge program. Lease a 2010 Dodge Charger, Dodge Journey or Dodge Grand Caravan through Ally Financial and be eligible for lease bonus cash of up to $2,000. 2011 Dodge Nitro buyers can get 1.9% for 36 months or $1,000 in Consumer Cash.
0% financing for up to 60 months, Consumer Cash of up to $3,000 or the pledge program. 2010 Ram 1500 financed through Ally Financial gets $1,000 Ally Financial Bonus Cash. 2010 Ram 1500 Crew Cab financed through Ally Financial eligible for $1,000 in lease bonus cash. 2011 Ram 1500 buyers can choose financing at 2.9 % for 36 months through Ally Financial or $1,000 in Consumer Cash. They also are eligible for $500 in Ally Financial Bonus Cash.
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