Take our Sebrings, please! $1,000 for your sedan
Obviously, this effort by Chrysler is to prove that they can one-up their competition by not only offering a superior product, but at a price that may substantially undercut some of the foreign competition.
Whether or not this kind of tactic will work in the highly competitive four-wheeled appliance market is open to debate, but whenever an automaker starts offering up cash incentives, we get a little worried about their confidence in the product.
[Source: Detroit News]
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