Chrysler, Jeep, Dodge, Ram Truck Offer an Array of Zero Percent Car Loans in November

Chrysler Group is continuing its 0 percent car loan rates or several thousand dollars in cash back incentives through November across its four brands. Discounted car loan rates are also available for longer loan lengths on newer 2011 models.

Although there are no incentives on new 2011 Chrysler vehicles, remaining 2010 models are being offered with some pretty noticeable deals. All five 2010 Chrysler vehicles have 0 percent car loans in November. The national deals for the car loans are 60 months long, but in the southeast region, the Chrysler 300, Sebring and Sebring Convertible’s 0 percent car loans are 72 months long.

Up to $3,000 in consumer cash is available on the 2010 Sebring Convertible, PT Cruiser and 300 this month. Consumer cash is a good option if you’re paying cash or if you want to finance the car loan through your credit union or bank.

The 2010 Chrysler 300 is eligible for lease bonus cash of $2,000 in November when leased through Ally Financial.

Chrysler Sebring convertible

The Chrysler Sebring Convertible has a 0 percent car loan incentive for up to six years in November.

Jeep is also offering 60-month, 0 percent car loans in November on the 2010 Compass, Liberty and Patriot. Zero percent car loans are also available for 36 months on the new 2011 Patriot, 2010 Wrangler and 2010 Wrangler Unlimited.

Jeep’s November consumer cash is available up to $2,500 on the Patriot, Liberty and Compass. Shoppers who purchase a 2010 Jeep Liberty can also receive $1,000 in Ally Bonus Cash if the car loan is through Ally Financial.

Dodge is promoting 0 percent car loans for up to a lengthy six years on the 2010 Avenger and Charger this month. For up to five years with no interest, shoppers can buy the 2010 Grand Caravan, Journey and Nitro. The 2011 Nitro has 0 percent car loan financing for 36 months.

Consumer cash of up to $3,000 is also available on the 2010 Dodge Caliber, Grand Caravan, Journey and 2010 and 2011 Nitro in November.

According to Ram Truck’s site, the 60-day return policy ended in October isn’t being offered in November. But Ram Truck is offering 0 percent car loans for up to five years on the 2010 Dakota, Ram 2500 and Ram 3500. Dakota buyers will also receive $1,000 if they take the 0 percent car loan out through Ally Financial.

The popular 2010 Ram 1500 is 0 percent for 36 months, with some trim levels 0 percent up to 60 months. Consumer cash of up to $5,000 is also available on select Ram Truck models.

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.