While GM has been aggressive with its incentives as of late, Chrysler will be staying put for March with pretty much the same incentive structure as it used in February. The staple of this program will remain the ‘No Charge Hemi’ incentive , which gives buyers the option to upgrade their V6 Ram truck to a V8 Hemi at no additional cost. Should consumers choose to forego the Hemi, they are looking at an extra $500 to $1,000 cash back.
Leasing incentives were also announced, with the company’s ‘Bonus Lease Cash’ now able to be used to reduce the capitalized cost of the lease. That is, the cash will be applied to reduce monthly payments, but not initial, deposited, or money-down expenses.
For those with families, Dodge is offering a nice $4,000 in capitalized cost reductions on all Grand Caravan trims, up to $2,000 on the 2011 Avenger, Charger, Journey, Chrysler Town & Country, and Chrysler 200.
– By: Stephen Calogera
Source: Kicking Tires