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jgc4ever 08-15-2011 09:15 PM

Chrysler announces new incentive for 2011 and 2012s - 90 days no payments using Ally
 
I don't think it's much of an offer, but someone might find it useful.

http://editorial.autos.msn.com/blogs/autosblogpost.aspx?post=ca120a88-d9fd-472f-a272-d2e216c6656f

"As worries grow of a second-half sales slowdown, Chrysler Group announced new incentives this week for 2011 and 2012 models.

Under the “No Payments for 90 Days” promotion, buyers of 2011 or 2012 Chrysler, Jeep, Dodge, or Ram Truck vehicles who finance their purchases through Ally Financial won't have to make payments for three months.

The promotion runs through Sept. 6 and may be applied to leases of up to 60 months."

hammer1234 08-16-2011 10:14 AM

Re: Chrysler announces new incentive for 2011 and 2012s - 90 days no payments using A
 
Doesn't say if interest accrues during that time period...

capitalst 08-16-2011 10:43 AM

Re: Chrysler announces new incentive for 2011 and 2012s - 90 days no payments using A
 
Anyone that thinks thats a great deal IMO shouldn't be buying a car. The whole point is to pay your car down or off. Down the road when you trade it in or something would just put you in a bad spot being 1,500-2,000 off on your payoff from your loan. Again this is just how I feel.

Personally, I would rather see Chrysler give you the option for another $500 off or something. Then again I guess I'm glad thats not the case given I just bought mine last Thursday night.

HEMInator 08-16-2011 12:43 PM

Re: Chrysler announces new incentive for 2011 and 2012s - 90 days no payments using A
 
I concur. In addition, the Ram 1500 does $2000 plus finance incentives right now. If Jeep doesn't want to diminish the value with excessive rebates, they can do 0% for 60 or 72 months plus the current $1K. That would be extremely attractive and not devalue the resale value with excessive rebates.

Quote:

Originally Posted by capitalst (Post 466893)
Anyone that thinks thats a great deal IMO shouldn't be buying a car. The whole point is to pay your car down or off. Down the road when you trade it in or something would just put you in a bad spot being 1,500-2,000 off on your payoff from your loan. Again this is just how I feel.

Personally, I would rather see Chrysler give you the option for another $500 off or something. Then again I guess I'm glad thats not the case given I just bought mine last Thursday night.


capitalst 08-16-2011 01:16 PM

Re: Chrysler announces new incentive for 2011 and 2012s - 90 days no payments using A
 
I couldn't agree more. 0% for 60 or 72 months would be perfect.

Medichic 08-16-2011 02:07 PM

Re: Chrysler announces new incentive for 2011 and 2012s - 90 days no payments using A
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by capitalst (Post 466989)
I couldn't agree more. 0% for 60 or 72 months would be perfect.

Can I get an amen, my brothas and sistas!

BuckeyeSRT 08-16-2011 02:37 PM

Re: Chrysler announces new incentive for 2011 and 2012s - 90 days no payments using A
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by Medichic (Post 467018)
Can I get an amen, my brothas and sistas!

AAAAAAAMEN!:lol::cool:

LJS8510 08-16-2011 03:01 PM

Re: Chrysler announces new incentive for 2011 and 2012s - 90 days no payments using A
 
I just saw this, but not sure if it's accurate but if it is that is a great price on the Laredo!

http://www.autospies.com/news/Underc...-Models-66172/


Undercut The Competition? Chrysler Continues Slash And Burn Pricing On 2012 Models
AGENT009 SUBMITTED ON 8/16/2011 OFFICIAL BELL & ROSS TIMESTAMP: 2:16:59 PM


In 2011, a base Jeep Grand Cherokee Laredo started at $30,215, but for 2012 that price drops to $26,995, a difference of $3,220. In contrast, mid-level Limited models increase in price by $80 (from $36,715 to $36,795), while the top-line Overland models go up by $700 (from $38,795 to $39,495).

Scottina06 08-16-2011 03:05 PM

Re: Chrysler announces new incentive for 2011 and 2012s - 90 days no payments using A
 
and the SRT Jeep went up $15K


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