• May 5, 2010
Chrysler has just announced its newest wave of incentives. Those looking to snap up anything from the company's four brands can look forward to zero-percent financing courtesy of GMAC on most of its products. Chrysler models can be had at the low APR for 60 months or 1.9 percent for 72 months. If that doesn't float your boat, the company is also dishing out $3,000 in consumer cash.

Likewise, the Jeep Grand Cherokee, Liberty and Commander are all now available with either zero-percent financing or up to $4,000 in cash. If buyers sign their car loan with GMAC, the lender will also throw in an additional $1,000 in bonus cash on those Jeep models. Sorry, Wrangler fans, but everyone's favorite go-anywhere machine is only available with $500 in Mopar bucks.

Speaking of Mopar bucks, Dodge Challenger buyers can now take advantage of a hefty $2,000 to be used exclusively toward Mopar accessories. Chrysler has also rolled out similar incentives for other Dodge and Ram Trucks products. Hit the jump for the press release.

[Source: Chrysler]
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Chrysler Group LLC Announces May 2010 U.S. Incentives

Auburn Hills, Mich., May 4, 2010 -

Chrysler Group LLC today announced 0 percent financing on most 2010 model year Chrysler, Dodge, Jeep and Ram truck vehicles when financed through GMAC Financial Services.

Chrysler Brand
Consumers purchasing 2010 model year Chrysler brand vehicles can choose 0 percent financing for up to 60 months, or 1.9 percent financing for 72 months through GMAC Financial Services, or Consumer Cash of up to $3,000.

Jeep Brand
Consumers who purchase Jeep brand 2010 model year vehicles can choose 0 percent financing for 36 months or attractive financing rates for longer terms or up to $4,000 Consumer Cash.
* Consumers who purchase a Jeep Liberty, Jeep Grand Cherokee or Jeep Commander can choose 0 percent financing for up to 60 months or Consumer Cash of up to $4,000
o In addition, consumers who purchase or lease a Liberty, Grand Cherokee or Commander and finance through GMAC Financial Services are eligible for up to $1,000 in GMAC Bonus Cash
* Consumers purchasing a Jeep Wrangler are eligible for $500 in Mopar Bucks

Dodge Brand
Consumers purchasing most 2010 model year Dodge brand vehicles can choose from 0 percent financing for 36 months or Consumer Cash of up to $3,000.
* Consumers purchasing a Dodge Avenger, Dodge Grand Caravan or Dodge Nitro can choose 0 percent financing for up to 60 months, or up to $2,000 Consumer Cash
* Consumers who purchase Dodge Charger can choose from 0 percent financing for up to 72 months or Consumer Cash of $3,000
* Consumers purchasing a Dodge Challenger can choose from attractive financing rates from GMAC. In addition, the consumer receives $2,000 in Mopar Bucks with the purchase or lease of a 2010 Dodge Challenger
* Consumers who purchase a Dodge Journey or Dodge Caliber can choose from 0 percent financing for 36 months, or Consumer Cash of up to $1,500
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Ram Truck Brand
Consumers who purchase most 2010 Ram truck vehicles can choose from 0 percent financing for up to 60 months, or Consumer Cash of up to $3,000.
* In addition, consumers purchasing or leasing a Dodge Dakota or Ram 1500 and finance through GMAC are eligible $1,000 GMAC Bonus Cash


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      • 4 Years Ago
      I quickly scanned the release and read Challenger and hefty. So, what's new?
      • 4 Years Ago
      What's the exchange rate for Mopar Bucks to Stripper Dollars?
      Ruck
      • 4 Years Ago
      I have never driven anything but a Chrysler product and hope I never have to BUT I will still be a little surprised if they survive. Diamler Benz did things to Chrysler that I wouldn't do to a $5 whore. They took the most innovative and forward thinking American car company of the 90's and turned them into two generations old Mercedes products. I'm shocked they didn't cancel the Ram line because they didn't have one. Then to get hit with the recession right after finally getting away from the krauts was just devestating. I hope they make it but it will be a long hard climb. And don't fool yourselves; the gov't bailouts to Chrysler and GM was Obama's gift to the unions for getting him elected. What do you think they used to square the books on the pension funds?
      • 4 Years Ago
      NO WAY, AND YES I KNOW I USED ALL CAPS., NO WAY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
      • 4 Years Ago
      This is really good news.....

      for Avis, Hertz, Enterprise, Alamo, Budget and Thrifty.
      • 4 Years Ago
      Great deal. Now if they only had something I wanted to buy. Jeep J8 with the truck bed perhaps? Hell, I'd consider a Caminoed/Avalanched Liberty/Nitro. I wonder why they haven't? Kia's doing it with the Soul. Unfortunately, Texas-sized V8 sedans with decades-old Mercedes underpinnings don't really float my boat.

      Call me when the Jeep-ed up Panda is official.
        • 4 Years Ago
        I'm afraid the only "decades-old Mercedes underpinnings" you will be able to find will be on decades-old Mercedes cars. The LX platform is not interchangeable with the old E-Class platform.
      • 4 Years Ago
      chrysler is the worst company to do business with. I missed 1 payment and the morons they have working for them put a repo order on the car , lucky for me they can't read or write the english language.we gave chrysler the money to move to mexico,Ihope they don't sell any cars in may .they represent all that is wrong in our country today,KIA HERE WE COME FOR OUR NEXT CAR!!!!
      • 4 Years Ago
      Circling the drain.
        • 4 Years Ago
        Chrysler...profit. Ahhahaha. Yer funny.
        • 4 Years Ago
        I'd like to see a thriving Chrysler too, but let's not kid ourselves.

        No small part of that sales increase has to do with the fact that Chrysler has increased fleet sales to 58%--*fifty-eight-freaking-percent*--of its total output. The deep incentives point to the lack of private sales.

        And while Chrysler can claim an operating profit, it's really a bit disingenuous considering that American taxpayers just made $6.6 billion dollars of their losses just "go away."
        • 4 Years Ago
        Quote: ""hur...durp...der..Circling the drain...derp...dur..."


        Chrysler sales are up 25% over last year and they are running an operating profit for Q1.



        • 4 Years Ago
        Quote: ""No small part of that sales increase has to do with the fact that Chrysler has increased fleet sales to 58%-""


        Most of the auto companies are reversing themselves on the fleet sales front during these difficult times.

        Ford for example, is pushing fleet sales again.

        I see many taxi companies here in the D.C. metro areas using Honda Accords now.

        Yes, 58% is high, but it isn't an indicator that Chrysler is circling the drain. They're using fleet sales to tide them over to the new model lineup arrives beginning in 2012.

        Chrysler still has profit centers with Jeep, with the mini vans which still outsell the Honda and Toyota mini vans, with the Ram trucks which are still profitable even at lower volume, and etc. Yes the car line mostly sucks.

        Chrysler has a lot going for it. It has the many of most modern and efficient plants in the auto industry, new motors like the pentastar v6 on the way, new engine tech like multi jet and multi air from FIAT on the way, and a big international partner in FIAT that, unlike Daimler, seems genuinely interested in developing the brand instead of milking it for cash to bail out the parent company.

        Why supposed auto enthusiasts cheer for Chrysler to go under is a mystery.

        Is it the bailout?

        I can assure you that the German, Italian, Korean and Japanese governments have given their automakers nearly as much financial help in one way or another over the past three years.

      gchoske
      • 4 Years Ago
      GMAC financing? For a Chrysler product? Really?? Didn't know GM owned Chrysler...yet...I guess it's possible, but just sounds weird.
      • 4 Years Ago
      You may want to look at the Dodge Challenger. Sharp car and at 0% interest for 5 years, I'll have to look closer myself eh!
      • 4 Years Ago
      Hmmm those are some nifty nifty deals... Well... For the most part. I didn't expect Chrysler to let the Wrangler go for much less than it is right now... And that whole $2000 "Mopar Bucs" thing for the Challenger; Yea I could do with out that. Just give me the cash!
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