• Aug 9, 2007
To help celebrate its new era of Cerberus stewardship, Chrysler has announced a giveaway. While we were thrilled to give away a Nitro during our relaunch, Chrysler will be giving away 15 different vehicles. The promotion is being referred to as "the ultimate door prize." Sadly, there is no Viper on the list. You'll be able to get the full details and learn how to enter at participating U.S. Dodge, Chrysler, and Jeep dealers on August 15, which Chrysler has dubbed "The New Chrysler Premiere Event" at its dealerships.
Vehicles on the list of prizes include the Chrysler Aspen, Crossfire, 300C and Pacifica; Dodge Caliber, Charger, Dakota Crew Cab, Durango, Magnum, Nitro and Ram Mega Cab; and Jeep Commander, Compass, Grand Cherokee and Liberty. You can click the "Read" link to visit Chrysler LLC's new website and find a participating dealer near you.

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      • 7 Years Ago
      This sweepstakes requires me to actually go to a Chrysler dealership. I’d be willing to if not for the desperate salesmen who’d be hassling me along the way. I still might consider it. If I do win, it’d give me a chance to sell the car for a good $20K or $30K. I need the money for college.
      • 7 Years Ago
      Hey Chrysler, how about a competent mid-size, compact, or sub-compact sedan? And, i dont want a death-trap thats made in China.
      • 7 Years Ago
      This is simply a way for the new Chrysler execs. to get people into dealers showrooms. It's a double-whammy advertising gain. You give away cars, it's advertised and you really don't pay for the advertising except the cost of the cars. They plan to spend it anyway.
      • 7 Years Ago
      I see Chrysler has finally figured out a way to move some of that excess inventory...
      • 7 Years Ago
      Have they had the drawing yet? I submitted mine, but now the local dodge dealership has no clue when i go in to ask who won. they are like what contest. i dont think they even turned theirs in. if thats the case and i find out for sure that the local dealership didnt turn ours in. I am going to write a story about it to the associated press and the local news. Everyone who was in the contest should have gotten something in the mail whether you won or not. nobody in this area has gotten anything.
        • 4 Years Ago
        actually, I did win the 300C. The sticker value was $. 39,995.00 Taxes were heavy, about $8,500.00. Wife wanted to sell it, but after registering it, which I had to do, the value dropped, and then subtract the taxes, I would have walked away with about $22,000.00. We decided to keep the car but there was stress over the matter that you wouldn't have imagined before hand. Now , when I see a drawing, I just walk on by.

      • 7 Years Ago
      I would mind owning a Charger R/T.
      But they are probably giving away the base model.
      • 7 Years Ago
      Wait....Chrysler has an EXCITING vehicule???
        • 7 Years Ago
        I thought exactly the same thing.. lol.
        baby Viper where are you-?!? Yeah a "free Aspen" whoo-hoo.... oh wait, it might be a Pacifica... yeee-hah! or a Durango... c-c-c-ool...or a Compass.. neat-o (sarcasm meltdown) well you get my excitement level. Free cereal is nice too every once in a while.
      • 7 Years Ago
      Wow . . . how exciting! 15 vehicles. So generous on behalf of Chrysler. You'd think they would give away a lot more vehicles since they still have huge inventories.

      This promotion is worth a whole $420,000 based on the average sales price of the average vehicle in the U.S.

      Why not 1 vehicle each in the Top 100 markets, where you could get some free PR in the local paper of the winner and a Chrysler/Jeep/Dodge dealer. Now that is a BOLD MOVE.
        • 7 Years Ago
        Since BOLD MOVES is a Ford campaign, that doesnt really apply.

        Since Chrysler LOST $1100 a vehicle in 2006 compared to the Japanese taking a 1500 profit, I'm not sure what more you want them to do in regards to giving you something for nothing.

        I would prefer to see better product than these giveaways.
        • 7 Years Ago
        The rules state that Chrysler is not responsible for dealers that don't submit their entries in a timely fashion.

        In other words, unscrupulous dealers will just be using this promotion to get your name, address and phone number so they can contact you. They have no responsibility to actually submit anything you give them.
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