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FCA Announces 2017-MY Fleet Incentives

June 24, 2016, by Paul Clinton - Also by this author

Photo of 2017 Chrysler Pacifica courtesy of FCA.
Photo of 2017 Chrysler Pacifica courtesy of FCA.

Fiat Chrysler Automobiles has announced 2017 model-year fleet incentives for its Chrysler, Dodge, Fiat, Jeep, and Ram brands.

For its Chrysler vehicles, FCA will offer $1,750 for the 200, $2,000 for the 300, and $500 for the new Pacifica minivan.

For its Dodge vehicles, FCA will offer $2,500 for the Journey (excluding the American Value Package 22D), $500 for the Challenger, $2,000 for the Charger, $1,500 for the Grand Caravan, and $2,500 for the Durango. The incentive doesn't apply to SRT models.

For Fiat vehicles, FCA will offer $1,000 for the 500, $1,000 for the 500L and $1,000 for the 500X. FCA will not offer an incentive for the Spider 124.

For Jeep vehicles, FCA is offering $2,000 for the Compass, $2,000 for the Patriot, $500 for the Wrangler, $1,800 for the Grand Cherokee, $1,800 for the Cherokee, and $1,000 for the Renegade. The Grand Cherokee incentive doesn't apply to the diesel or SRT model.

Ram incentives include $1,000 for the ProMaster City compact van, $2,000 for all ProMaster full-size van models, $2,500 for the gasoline 1500 regular cab and quad/crew cab, $3,000 for the gasoline 2500 regular cab and crew/mega cabs, $500 for the diesel 2500 regular cab and crew/mega cabs, $3,000 for the gasoline 3500, $500 for the diesel 3500, $3,000 for the gasoline 3500 cab chassis, $500 for the diesel 3500 cab chassis, $3,000 for the gasoline 4500 cab chassis, $500 for the diesel 4500 cab chassis, $3,000 for the gasoline 5500 cab chassis, and $500 for the diesel 5500 cab chassis.

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