Dodge's New Gas-Plus-Cash-Back Deals

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We’ve already discussed Chrysler’s beefier June incentives program. Now it’s time for Dodge. It stands to reason that truck-eschewing May sales numbers would hit Dodge especially hard, and the automaker is compensating with big cash-back and gas deals on its entire lineup.

For example, customers can get between $4,500 and $5,000 cash back — or Chrysler’s Let’s Refuel America gas deal plus $2,000-$3,000 — on Ram trucks. The Durango has $4,500 cash back or $1,000 plus Let’s Refuel America. As seen below, every model has at least some cash or the gas deal, and many have a combination of both.

Model: Cash Back or Cash Back Plus $2.99 Gas Plan

  • 2008 Caliber: $750 or Let’s Refuel America
  • 2008 Avenger: $500-$1,000 or Let’s Refuel America
  • 2008 Charger: $1,500 or $500 plus Let’s Refuel America
  • 2008 Charger RT: $2,500 or $1,000 plus Let’s Refuel America
  • 2008 Magnum: $2,000 or $1,000 plus Let’s Refuel America
  • 2008 Magnum RT: $3,000 or $1,500 plus Let’s Refuel America
  • 2009 Journey: $1,000 or Let’s Refuel America
  • 2008 Grand Caravan: $2,500 or $500 plus Let’s Refuel America
  • 2008 Ram LD: $5,000 or $3,000 plus Let’s Refuel America
  • 2008 Ram HD: $4,500 or $2,000 plus Let’s Refuel America
  • 2008 Ram Chassis: $1,000 or Let’s Refuel America
  • 2008 Dakota: $3,000 or $1,000 plus Let’s Refuel America
  • 2008 Durango: $4,500 or $1,000 plus Let’s Refuel America
  • 2008 Nitro: $1,250 or Let’s Refuel America

These are general deals; higher rebates may be available in your region. Keep an eye on Dodge’s site, and on Cars.com’s automated incentives page. We’ll post Jeep’s offers later. 

By Eamonn Brennan | June 5, 2008 | Comments (0)

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