Chrysler Adds Cash Back to Slow Sellers for December

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For December, Chrysler is extending most incentives and adding a few new ones to entice shoppers.

New additions include an Owner Loyalty cash-back program for the 2010 Chrysler Town & Country and 2010 Grand Caravan. Each minivan is eligible for 0% financing for 72 months or up to $2,000 cash back. The program is also open to owners of minivans from competing brands. If you’re looking at these two vans, keep in mind that they've been extensively refreshed for the 2011 model year. The 2011 Chrysler minivans are already in production and should reach dealerships soon.

The 2011 Dodge Caliber gets an extra $1,000 cash back for the month, now up to $2,000, as well as 0% financing for 36 months.

The Dodge Challenger gets an additional $1,500 cash-back offer for consumers who buy the 2010 with a manual transmission. When exploring this option, remember that the Challenger gets a new V-6 for 2011.

The 2011 Jeep Liberty, which received a few updates, has increased its cash-back offer by $1,500 in December, now up to $2,500 cash back. The new 2011 Jeep Patriot also gets a new $500 lease bonus cash offer for the month.

The Ram brand continues its Engine Bonus Cash, which offers a cash-back incentive of $500 to $1,000 depending on powertrain, though most of the additional bonus cash for the truck brand has been dropped for December.

For more details, continue reading below:

Ram

Engine Bonus Cash (can be added to cash-back or financing incentives):

  • 2010 or 2011 Ram truck equipped with a V-6: $500  
  • 2010 or 2011 Ram truck equipped with a V-8 or Cummins diesel engine: $1,000 

Cash-back or special financing: 

  • Consumers purchasing a 2010 Ram 1500 regular, quad or crew cab; a 2010 Ram heavy-duty pickup; or a 2010 Dodge Dakota are eligible for up to $3,500 cash back or financing as low as 0% for 60 months or 1.9% for 72 months.  
  • 2010 Ram 1500 regular, quad or crew cab is eligible for $500 in Ally bonus cash if the purchase is financed through Ally Financial.  
  • 2011 Ram models get 0% financing for 26 months or $1,000 cash back for light- and heavy-duty models. 

Jeep 

Consumers who purchase most 2010 Jeeps can choose financing as low as 0% for 60 months or up to $4,500 cash back. 

  • Consumers buying a 2010 Grand Cherokee can choose 0% financing for 72 months or $4,500 cash back.  
  • Consumers who purchase a 2010 Liberty, Grand Cherokee or Commander are eligible for up to $4,500 cash back. Consumers are eligible for up to an additional $1,000 in Ally bonus cash if the purchase is financed through Ally Financial. 
  • Consumers who purchase a 2011 Patriot are eligible for $1,000 cash back or financing as low as 0% for 36 months.  
  • Consumers who lease most 2011 Patriot models are eligible for $500 in Lease Bonus Cash.  
  • Consumers who purchase a 2011 Grand Cherokee are eligible for 1.9% financing for 36 months.  
  • Consumers purchasing a 2011 Liberty are eligible for up to $1,000 cash back and financing as low as 1.9% for 36 months. Consumers also are eligible for $1,000 cash back.  
  • Consumers purchasing a 2011 Liberty are eligible for $2,500 cash back or 0% financing for 36 months with an additional $500 cash back. 

Dodge

Consumers purchasing most 2010 Dodges can choose from 0% financing for up to 60 months or up to $3,000 cash back. 

  • Consumers purchasing a 2010 Charger can choose 0% financing for up to 72 months or $3,000 cash back.  
  • Consumers who purchase the 2010 Nitro can choose from financing as low as 0% for 60 months or $3,000 cash back. In addition, consumers are eligible for $1,000 cash back.  
  • Consumers who purchase the 2011 Caliber can choose from financing as low as 0% for 36 months or $1,000 cash back.  
  • Consumers who purchase the 2011 Nitro can choose from financing as low as 0% for 36 months or $2,000 cash back.  
  • The 2010 Grand Caravan minivans are eligible for 0% financing for 72 months or up to $2,000 in Owner Loyalty cash  
  • Consumers purchasing a 2010 Dodge Challenger or 2010 Dodge Journey are eligible for $2,000 in Consumer Cash or financing as low as 1.9% for 60 months on the Challenger 0% for 60 months on the Journey. An additional $1,500 in Bonus Cash is being offered to consumers who buy a 2010 Challenger with manual transmission. 

Chrysler

Consumers purchasing a 2010 Chrysler can choose from financing as low as 0% for up to 60 months or up to $3,000 cash back.

  • The 2010 Chrysler Town & Country minivans are eligible for 0% financing for 72 months or up to $2,000 in Owner Loyalty cash.

Comments 

tscurt

Cash back on a Caliber? There isn't a truck big enough.

Carl

Chrysler and GM cars hold such poor value that you need to buy them for at least $3K cheaper than the segment leaders. Otherwise you end up losing money.

Bowrider

Carl, you could be right when you are applying that logic to some models. But, you are forgetting about the Tahoe/Yukon, Escalade et al, Silverado/Sierra, Enclave, and CTS.

People always generalize about GM and forget the GM makes products other than the Impala and competes with products other than the Accord and Camry.

Troy S.

Are Taxpayers funding the cash back, in effect getting their own money back when they buy one of these Chryslers? LOL!

Bob

Well !great information you have provided about jeep cherokee / grand engines

Charles III

Throwing even MORE cash at people won't convince anyone with over half a brain to buy Chrysler junk. Haven't these clowns learned anything from going broke?

sugarland

If Dodge priced the Challenger close to the Mustang or the Camero, they would sell more. The rebates drop the price of the Challenger to where it should be. Quality is another issue.

Troy S.

Beer cans included?

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