Chrysler Unveils Zero-Percent Financing
AUBURN HILLS, Mich. — To give its dealer body another selling point in the spring season, Chrysler rolled out is May incentives on Tuesday, announcing that zero-percent financing through GMAC Financial Services is now available on most of its 2010 lineup.
Breaking it down, on Chrysler brand vehicles, shoppers can choose from zero-percent financing for up to 60 months or 1.9 percent financing for 72 months through GMAC, or they can receive up to $3,000 in Consumer Cash.
Meanwhile, on Jeep models, the choices are: zero-percent financing for 36 months, "attractive" financing rates for longer loan terms and up $4,000 in Consumer Cash.
Specifically, those who buy Jeep Liberty, Grand Cherokee or Commander models can pick between zero-percent financing for up to 60 months or Consumer Cash up to $4,000.
What's more, if shoppers buy or lease those three aforementioned vehicles and finance through GMAC, they can receive up to $1,000 in GMAC Bonus Cash.
Shoppers buying a Jeep Wrangler can receive $500 in Mopar Bucks.
Continuing on to Dodge, consumers who buy an Avenger, Grand Caravan or Nitro have the choice of zero percent financing for up to 60 months or $2,000 Consumer Cash.
Those who buy a Charger have either zero-percent financing or $3,000 in Consumer Cash as their options.
Dodge Challenger customers can have "attractive" GMAC financing rates. They also receive $2,000 in Mopar Bucks when they purchase or lease the model.
For those who buy a Journey or Caliber, they can receive either zero-percent financing for 36 months or up to $1,500 in Consumer Cash.
As far as the Ram Truck brand, the choices of zero-percent financing for up to 60 months or up to $3,000 in Consumer Cash are available or most 2010 Ram trucks.
Moreover, those shoppers who buy or lease a Dodge Dakota or Ram 1500 and use GMAC financing can receive up to $1,000 in GMAC Bonus Cash.
Chrysler also said it has various strong lease rates on several models in its 2010 lineup.
All of the incentive deals run through June 1, Chrysler said.