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Chrysler Group Reduces 2002 Model Year Prices by 0.9 Percent

September 4, 2001

The Chrysler Group announced that prices of its 2002-model year vehicles will average 0.9 percent less than comparable 2001 models. On average, adjusting for content, reductions represent a decrease of $199 per vehicle.For example, the 2002 Chrysler 300M is $1,200 lower. Among the new value-priced models is the 2002 Chrysler Concorde Limited for under $23,000, including destination.The competitive pricing strategy also applies to all-new vehicles, including the Jeep Liberty and the Dodge Ram 1500 full-size pickup.
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