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We doubt that anyone thinks this is a surprise, given the Chrysler Group's abysmal sales performance and mounting inventory, but the company announced Tuesday that it has extended its Employee Pricing Plus discount program for another month, to August 31.

The program will continue unchanged, with customers offered a choice of Employee Pricing, zero percent financing for 36 months or model-specific rebates.

So far, Dr. Z's Chrysler gang are on their own in offering another big summertime incentive program, as Ford and General Motors seem firm in their resolve to not repeat last summer's huge programs.

[Source: Automotive News]

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      • 8 Years Ago
      Does't seem as if slapping money on the hood of crap-build, gas-oh-hog-ic cars is working any better for DCX than it did for GM last year.

      See the post above, sales last month for Chrysler brands DOWN 37%.

      Wow, maybe The Truth About Cars should do a Death Watch for Chrysler as well as add one for Ford.
      • 8 Years Ago
      It doesn't make a whole lot of sense, basically all they do with these specials is put a band aid on a bigger issue

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