Chrysler Announces October Incentives

Chrysler's Brands

Chrysler unveiled this month’s incentives, some of which are more generous than September’s, but they mostly stay the same.

The 2011 Jeep Liberty just went on sale, but it already has cash on the hood, up to $2,000. All remaining 2010 Libertys, Jeep Grand Cherokees and Jeep Commanders have up to $5,500 cash back right now.

The Ram brand has extended its 60-day guarantee program, which gives you your money back if you’re not satisfied with your vehicle. While the rest of Chrysler’s brands ended the program at the beginning of September, Ram will continue with it until at least the end of October.

Continue reading below for detailed info.

Ram

Ram continues the 60-day money-back guarantee for 2010 Ram trucks. Consumers can buy a Ram truck, drive it for two months without payments and return it if not satisfied. Or, consumers buying a 2010 Ram truck can choose financing rates as low as zero percent for up to 60 months through Ally Financial on most models.

  • Consumers purchasing a 2010 Ram Heavy Duty are eligible for $2,000 in Consumer Cash and $500 in bonus cash 
  • Consumers purchasing a 2010 Ram chassis cab are eligible for up to $5,000 in Consumer Cash or zero-percent financing for up to 60 months 
  • Consumers purchasing a 2011 Ram 1500 quad cab or crew cab or a 2011 Ram Heavy Duty are eligible for $1,000 in Consumer Cash and $500 in bonus cash, or financing rates as low as zero percent for 36 months and up to 4.9% for 72 months 

Jeep

Consumers who purchase most 2010 model year vehicles can choose financing as low as zero percent for 60 months through Ally Financial or Consumer Cash up to $4,500. Consumers buying a 2010 Jeep Grand Cherokee can choose zero-percent financing for 72 months or Consumer Cash of $4,500.

  • Consumers who purchase a 2010 Jeep Liberty, 2010 Jeep Grand Cherokee or 2010 Jeep Commander are eligible for up to $4,500 in Consumer Cash. Consumers are eligible for up to an extra $1,000 in Ally Financial bonus cash if the purchase is financed through Ally Financial 
  • Consumers purchasing a 2011 Jeep Liberty are eligible for up to $1,000 in Consumer Cash and $1,000 in bonus cash or financing as low as 1.9% for 36 months 
  • Jeep also offers leases through Ally Financial and U.S. Bank 

Chrysler

Consumers purchasing 2010 model year vehicles can choose financing as low as zero percent for up to 60 months through Ally Financial or Consumer Cash of up to $3,000.

  • Consumers who lease a 2010 Chrysler 300 or 2010 Chrysler 300C through Ally Financial or U.S. Bank are eligible for lease bonus cash of up to $2,000
  • Chrysler also offers leases through Ally Financial and U.S. Bank Dodge Consumers purchasing most 2010 model year vehicles through Ally Financial can choose from zero-percent financing for up to 60 months or Consumer Cash of up to $3,000. Consumers purchasing a 2010 

Dodge

Charger can choose zero-percent financing for up to 72 months or $3,000 in Consumer Cash. 

  • Consumers purchasing the 2010 Dodge Grand Caravan can choose financing as low as zero percent for up to 60 months or Consumer Cash of $2,000 
  • Consumers purchasing the 2010 Dodge Nitro can choose from financing as low as zero percent for 60 months or Consumer Cash of $3,000 
  • Consumers purchasing the 2011 Dodge Nitro can choose from financing as low as zero percent for 36 months or Consumer Cash of $2,000 
  • Consumers purchasing the 2011 Dodge Caliber can choose from financing as low as zero percent for 36 months or Consumer Cash of $1,000 
  • Dodge also offers leases through Ally Financial and U.S. Bank
By Colin Bird | October 7, 2010 | Comments (1)

Comments 

the american markets are recovering i presume.

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