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Chrysler Group Announces New Consumer Incentive Program

September 26, 2001

New incentives were announced Tuesday, Sept. 25, for Chrysler, Jeep and Dodge vehicles, which include consumer cash back or special zero percent APR financing on select models.Most 2002-model year passenger cars have zero percent APR financing up to 36 months, and 2.9 percent APR financing up to 60 months. 2002-model year trucks and minivans also have zero per-cent APR financing up to 36 months, and 4.9 percent APR financing up to 60 months.Certain models that do not qualify for the special zero percent APR financing include the Chrysler PT Cruiser, Chrysler Prowler, Dodge Viper, Dodge Ram trucks, Jeep Liberty, and all Chrysler and Dodge e-minivans (eC, eL, eX). Consumer cash varies by model and geographic area.This program will end on Oct. 31, 2001.
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