The Chrysler Group apparently isn’t done cleaning house and is extending its offer of 0% financing on select vehicles through the end of March. The company originally announced its “0% is Back” promotion back at the beginning of February. Unlike that promotion, the deal in March eliminates the combination deals that offered consumers both low APRs and customer cash.

The incentive drive in March offers no interest, 60-financing on minivans, the Chrysler Pacifica, Dodge Ram light and heavy duty pickups, Dodge Durango and Dakota, the Jeep Liberty, Wrangler, Grand Cherokee and Commander.

Customers can also choose 2.9 percent financing for 72 months, consumer cash up to $3,000, or lease cash plus $1,000 Chrysler Financial Bonus lease cash.

Chrysler reported sales for the month of February up 3 percent over last year on a booming 19-percent rise in car sales. The LX platform alone accounted for 30,241 combined units sold.

[Source: Chrysler]

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