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FCA US Announces 2016-MY Fleet Incentives

July 15, 2015

Photo of 2016 Ram 2500 Heavy Duty courtesy of FCA US.
Photo of 2016 Ram 2500 Heavy Duty courtesy of FCA US.

Fiat Chrysler Automobiles has announced fleet incentives for its 2016 model-year vehicles for the Chrysler, Dodge, Fiat, Jeep, and Ram Truck brands.

For Chrysler-badged vehicles, Chrysler will offer $1,750 for the Chrysler 200 mid-size sedan; $2,000 for the Chrysler 300 full-size sedan, excluding the SRT model; and $2,000 for the Town and Country minivan.

For its Dodge brand, FCA US will offer $1,500 for the Dart compact car; $500 for the Challenger sport car, excluding the SRT model; $2,000 for the Charger sport car, excluding the SRT model; $2,500 for the Durango mid-size SUV; $1,500 for the Grand Caravan minivan; and $2,500 for the Journey mid-size SUV.

For the Ram Truck brand, FCA US will offer incentives for three vans and 12 trucks (with various engine and cab configurations. Van incentives include $2,000 for the gasoline ProMaster full-size van; $2,000 for the diesel ProMaster; and $1,000 for the ProMaster City compact van.

Truck incentives include$2,500 for the gasoline Ram 1500 pickup (three cab configurations); $3,000 for the gasoline Ram 2500 (5.7L and 6.4L, three cab configurations); $500 for the diesel Ram 2500 (three cab configurations); $3,000 for the gasoline Ram 3500; $500 for the diesel Ram 3500; $3,000 for the gasoline Ram 3500 chassis cab; $500 for the diesel Ram 3500 chassis cab; $3,000 for the gasoline Ram 4500 chassis cab; $500 for the diesel Ram 4500 chassis cab; $3,000 for the gasoline Ram 5500 chassis cab; $500 for the diesel Ram 5500 chassis cab.

For the Jeep brand, FCA US is offering $1,800 for the Cherokee compact SUV; $2,000 for the Compass compact SUV; $1,800 for the gasoline Grand Cherokee mid-size SUV, excluding the SRT and diesel models; $2,000 for the Patriot compact SUV; $500 for the Wrangler compact SUV; and $500 for the Renegade subcompact SUV, which was introduced with the 2015 model year.

For its Fiat brand, FCA US is offering $1,000 for the 500 and 500L subcompact cars, as well as $500 for the Fiat 500X subcompact SUV, which shares a platform with the Renegade.

View the full list of incentives in the table below:

2016 Model  
Dodge  
Dart $1,500
Journey $2,500
Challenger (excluding SRT) $500
Charger (excluding SRT) $2,000
Grand Caravan $1,500
Durango $2,500
Fiat  
Fiat 500 & 500L $1,000
Fiat 500X $500
Chrysler  
Chrysler 200 $1,750
Chrysler 300 (excluding SRT) $2,000
Town & Country $2,000
Jeep  
Compass $2,000
Patriot $2,000
Wrangler $500
Grand Cherokee (excluding SRT, diesel) $1,800
Cherokee $1,800
Renegade $500
Ram  
ProMaster (gasoline) $2,000
ProMaster (diesel) $2,000
ProMaster City $1,000
1500 Reg Cab (excluding diesel) $2,500
1500 Quad/Crew Cab (excluding diesel) $2,500
2500 DJ2 & DJ7 Reg Cab 5.7L gasoline $3,000
2500 DJ2 & DJ7 Reg Cab 6.4L gasoline $3,000
2500 DJ2 & DJ7 Reg Cab 6.7L diesel $500
2500 DJ2 & DJ7 Crew/Mega Cab 5.7L gasoline $3,000
2500 DJ2 & DJ7 Crew/Mega Cab 6.4L gasoline $3,000
2500 DJ2 & DJ7 Crew/Mega Cab 6.7L diesel $500
3500 (gasoline) $3,000
3500 (diesel) $500
3500 Chassis Cab (gasoline) $3,000
3500 Chassis Cab (diesel) $500
4500 Chassis Cab (gasoline) $3,000
4500 Chassis Cab (diesel) $500
5500 Chassis Cab (gasoline) $3,000
5500 Chassis Cab (diesel) $500

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