Soon after Chrysler announced a $1,000 incentive for consumers willing to trade their Accord, Camry, Fusion or Altima for a Sebring, more cash was offered up on some of their slower moving models.

Rebates are now available on the 2007 Chrysler Aspen and 2007 Jeep Compass, in the form of $1,000 for the former and $750 for the latter.

Both vehicles have garnered their fair share of criticism, mainly centered on what many see as botched badge engineering. In the case of the Aspen, the marketing of an upscale Durango has seemed to fallen flat and the Compass' lack of off-road cred has diluted the brand's rough and tumble image.

[Source: Kicking Tires]

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