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Chrysler, Dodge, Jeep, Ram Truck Feature Zero Percent Auto Loans and Bonus Cash in October
Chrysler Group is continuing its 0 percent car loan rates or several thousand dollars in cash back incentives through October across its four brands.
Chrysler is offering five-year, 0 percent auto loans on all five 2010 vehicles this month. Cash buyers or shoppers who want to finance through their credit union or bank can receive up to $3,000 in consumer cash.
The 2010 Chrysler 300 and 300 C are eligible for lease bonus cash of up to $2,000 in October when leased through Ally Financial.
Jeep is offering up to $4,500 in consumer cash in October on most 2010 vehicles or interest-free financing for up to five years. The Jeep Wrangler is 0 percent for up to three years.
Consumers who purchase a 2010 Jeep Liberty, 2010 Jeep Grand Cherokee or 2010 Jeep Commander can also receive up to $1,000 in Ally Financial Bonus Cash if the car loan is through Ally Financial.
Ram Truck is still offering its 60-day return program for buyers who aren’t satisfied with their new truck.
The older 2010 Jeep Grand Cherokee has 0 percent car loan financing for 72 months or consumer cash of $4,500. The new 2011 Jeep Grand Cherokee can be leased for $399 a month for 36 months with $2,499 due at signing, or purchased with a 1.9 percent car loan for 36 months in October.
Dodge is promoting 0 percent car loans for up to five years on most 2010 vehicles this month. For up to six years with no interest, you can buy the 2010 Dodge Charger. Consumer cash of up to $3,000 is also available on most 2010 Dodge models in October.
The 2011 Dodge Nitro has 0 percent financing for 36 months or $2,000 in consumer cash. The 2011 Dodge Caliber can be purchased with a 0 percent car loan for 36 months or consumer cash of $1,000.
Ram Truck is the only Chrysler Group brand continuing the 60-day return policy through October. Consumers can purchase a 2010 Ram truck, drive it for two months without payments and return it if not satisfied.
Ram Truck is also offering 0 percent car loans on most 2010 models for up to five years. Consumer cash of up to $5,000 is also available. Select 2011 Ram Truck models are eligible for auto loan rates as low as 0 percent for 36 months and up to 4.9 percent for 72 months.
Incentives listed are for the southeast region. They may differ depending on where you live. Check Chrysler Group’s sites to find the incentives in your area.