Rebates & Incentives
 STORY HIGHLIGHTS
  • Big incentives are available to car shoppers if they purchase a Chrysler, Dodge or Jeep vehicle in May
  • Chrysler is offering up to $6,000 in incentives
Chrysler Offers up to $6,000 of Incentives to Lure Car Shoppers
By Liz Opsitnik
Wednesday, May 06 2009 14:06

Chrysler announced its new incentives for May Wednesday in an effort to sell cars while the automaker proceeds with its Chapter 11 bankruptcy.

"Consumers are telling us that the net purchase price of the vehicle is the most important factor right now, so we are pleased to introduce incentives that address what the consumer is looking for," said Steven Landry, Chrysler executive vice president of North American sales and marketing.
Starting Wednesday, May 6, Chrysler is offering up to $4,000 Consumer Cash on 2009 vehicles, $1,000 Owner Loyalty for current Chrysler vehicle owners (good on most 2008 and 2009 Chrysler, Jeep and Dodge vehicles) and up to $1,000 Credit Union Bonus Cash for qualified members who finance their new vehicle purchase through a participating credit union. These new incentives are good through June 1.
To get the $1,000 Credit Union Bonus Cash, customers must obtain their car loan through one of the 1,500+ credit unions that are part of the “Invest in America” program. The program offers low interest rates on auto loans when buyers finance through one of the participating credit unions.

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Qualified car shoppers could get up to $6,000 in savings on a new Dodge Challenger.

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Steve Custis
No kidding they had to do research to find out the "net purchase price" was most important to consumers. They could have paid me and I would have told them.

I hope this works out for Chrysler, I think even if they are smaller it is important they make it and we keep more people working.
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Joel Goodson
Look the American carmakers are clowns but you are right they are important. It is amazing that all these MBA's that run Detroit are really so clueless.
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Robert "Stubby" Stubbs
The problem is the US auto makers need to get out of the pockets of the oil companies and produce eco-friendly cars as well. I know they are currently doing so, but they are rather behind the game compared to the Asians.

Last year when the oil prices where over $4 in most parts of the country is where it really hurt them and consumers shifted to foreign imports and more economical cars.
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R. Acevedo
they better start to build good solid cars if they want to sale these vehicles to the customers .The prices also should be reasonable.todays cars are not strong enough for the prices they are asking.Where are those straight six cilinders and four cilinders from the 50,60 and 70s.bring them back.
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