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Chrysler Group: No Payments for 90 Days on All Models

Military discounts also increased

Charles Krome
by Charles Krome
May 22, 2012
1 min. Reading Time

Yes, the Chrysler Group may be the fastest-growing mainstream automaker in the country—besting even Hyundai and Kia—but that doesn’t mean the company is content with its current sales pace. Instead, looking to boost its numbers even higher, the Chrysler Group has launched a new “No Payments for 90 Days” incentive program that defers outlays for three months on every single one of its 2012 Chrysler, Dodge, Jeep, Ram and Fiat products.

There are, however, some restrictions to keep in mind:

  • The program runs through May 31, 2012
  • Vehicles must be financed through Ally Financial or Chase Auto Finance
  • Only “qualified” consumers are eligible
  • Retail contracts with terms of up to 60 months are covered
  • Benefits may not be available to consumers in Pennsylvania, Maine and Washington, D.C.

Check in with your local Chrysler Group dealer for more details.

Chrysler Group Discounts: Extra Cash for Military Customers

In addition to its “No Payments for 90 Days” initiative, the Chrysler Group also is honoring members of the U.S. armed forces and their families by offering $500 in “Military Appreciation Bonus Consumer Cash” on the retail purchase or lease of select new Chrysler, Jeep Dodge, Ram and Fiat vehicles. This program also runs through May 31, 2012, and while not all of the automaker’s products are covered, there’s still plenty to choose from, including the award-winning Chrysler 300, the versatile Jeep Wrangler, the hard-working Ram 1500 pickup, the dynamic Dodge Challenger and even the nimble and exciting FIAT 500.

Remember, too, that this benefit comes on top of the $500 in military bonus cash regularly offered by the Chrysler Group.

(Note: Consumers eligible for this military discount include all active members of the military and military reserve, as well as all honorably discharged veterans. Military identification, discharge papers or other documentation of service is required.)


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