A new study by AutoTrader.com indicates buyers are less interested in new designs than automakers may think. In an online survey of car shoppers, 57 percent said they do not feel it's important to have the latest redesign, while 79 percent said they would rather take advantage of a good deal on a current model rather than delay their purchase to wait for the newest iteration. We feel inclined to point out that the results may be skewed toward the inclinations of bargain shoppers, as the survey p
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Chrysler summer-long Employee Pricing incentive ends today and is being replaced by a good old fashion Zero Percent Financing deal. The new deal applies to all 2006 models, which means Chrysler is eager to reduce the inventory of its dealers to make room for a flood of new products it plans on introducing this year, including the Chrysler Sebring and Aspen that were given prices today by the company.
The Detroit News is reporting that in addition to offering employee pricing as a purchasing incentive this summer, Chrysler will also throw in a 30-day money-back guarantee. While purchasers would have to pay a penalty and mileage fee if a vehicle were returned, the offer is a gesture that shows a buying public the company has a great deal of confidence in its products.