Hoping to further leverage its healthy 25-percent sales gains compared to last April, Chrysler Corporation today announced comprehensive zero-percent financing programs for the month of May. The deals will extend across virtually all vehicles from its four of its brands: Chrysler, Dodge, Jeep and Ram and ends on June 1.
Chrysler buyers choosing a new 2010 model can opt for either zero-percent financing for up to 60 months, 1.9-percent financing for 72 months through GMAC Financial Services, or take Consumer Cash of up to $3,000. On the Dodge front, all but the Viper and Challenger offer zero-percent/36-month packages with up to $3,000 in direct Consumer Cash. The Avenger, Grand Caravan and Nitro boast zero-percent/60-month financing or up to $2,000 Customer Cash, the Charger extends the payoff period to 72 months or a $3,000 cash incentive, and Journey and Caliber buyers can get a 0/36 deal or up to $1,500 in cash. Challenger buyers qualify for "attractive" financing from GMAC and $2,000 in Mopar Bucks that can be applied to option upgrades with the purchase or lease of any new 2010.
Chrysler is offering Jeep fans similar acquisition options. The zero-percent/36-month baseline is in effect for all models, with "attractive" rates for longer terms -- or up to $4,000 in Consumer Cash. Beyond that, the Liberty, Grand Cherokee and Commander can be had on up to a 60-month contract or earn buyers up to $4,000 in Consumer Cash, and all deals done through GMAC Financial Services will be eligible for up to $1,000 in added GMAC Bonus Cash. Wrangler buyers qualify for $500 in Mopar Bucks. Finally, most 2010 Ram trucks offer zero-percent/60-month financing or up to $3,000 in Consumer Cash while anyone purchasing/leasing a Dakota or Ram 1500 through GMAC will also be eligible for $1,000 GMAC Bonus Cash.