On the heels of GM offering a 60-day buyback guarantee, Chrysler will let buyers put off payments for 90 days, the Detroit News reports. The program applies to Chrysler, Dodge, Jeep, Ram and Fiat vehicles and is part of the automaker's Summer Clearance Event aimed at selling off 2012 inventory. To qualify, buyers have to finance through Ally Financial, Chrysler's preferred lender, at least for now. Chrysler's dealer stock is almost entirely 2012s: As of today, just 0.7% of Cars.com's national inventory of the automaker's five brands is 2013 models. That's the smallest portion of 2013s for major automakers, following Nissan/Infiniti (2.6%), Honda/Acura (3.5%), Toyota/Lexus/Scion (6.1%), GM (8.5%), Ford/Lincoln (19.7%) and Hyundai/Kia (43%).
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