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I think you can still get a lease through them, just like through us bank. They just aren't the primary one that the dealership first looks at. Might not have the best rates.
nope their contract expired and was not renewed

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nope their contract expired and was not renewed

Chrysler, Santander Form Financing Arm - WSJ.com
Just because they let their contract expire, doesn't mean that Ally isn't providing leases to Chrysler vehicles. Any bank can provide a lease or financing for any vehicle. The contracts usually just imply that there is a primary bank that will have subvented rates, I think. Giving this or that bank the first shot at earning the lease.

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Just because they let their contract expire, doesn't mean that Ally isn't providing leases to Chrysler vehicles. Any bank can provide a lease or financing for any vehicle. The contracts usually just imply that there is a primary bank that will have subvented rates, I think. Giving this or that bank the first shot at earning the lease.

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good luck with that one...but anything is possible if you put your mind to it
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You can lease from your credit union if it offered leasing. Leasing is like any kind of financing. Ally was the preferred partner offering rebates, better residuals and lower MF rates. Now they aren't preferred but you can lease from them still if your little heart desires.
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good luck with that one...but anything is possible if you put your mind to it
I already have my jeep and secured a great lease. I'm just trying to help and inform others that there are options.
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