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DaimlerChrysler Fleet Announces 2003-Model Year 'Fast Start' Program

June 11, 2002

DaimlerChrysler has announced the program details for its 2003-MY Fast Start Program:Timeframe: June 1, 2002 – Oct. 31, 2002. Orders placed between above time period for production by 12/31/02 will be automatically coded for Fast Start eligibility.Eligible 2003 Models:Intrepid/Concorde/300M: $1,000Stratus/Sebring Sedan: $500Jeep Liberty: $500All Minivans Models: $500 (includes Town & Country)Eligible Type of Sale: Type 3, Type 5, and Type 6.Fast Start Bonus IS COMPATIBLE with the following Programs:Fleet Purchase Allowance Program – 37A3FLocal Stand Alone Consumer Cash (SACC)Consumer Purchase LoyaltyStand Alone APRConsumer Cash Plus APRConsumer Lease CashConsumer Lease LoyaltyCFC/Chase LeaseDistant Delivery – 37A3GIndividual Lease Program – 37A3LOn-the-Job Incentive ProgramFarm Bureau Certificate ProgramDaimlerChrysler Fleet Volume Incentive ProgramsFast Start Bonus is NOT COMPATIBLE with the following Programs:GDP Program – 37A3RDaily Rental Purchase Program – 37A3VBid Concession Numbers (Utility & Tax Exempt/Governmental)Bid Out of Stock Program – 37A3SDriver Education – 37A3BDRAC – 37A3DOr other programs unless specifically included in those programs.Upon submission of an order into the system between June 1, 2002 – Oct. 31, 2002 a special “Fast Start” code will automatically be added to the order identifying this as eligible for Fast Start Program incentive.After proper submission of an NVDR the purchaser’s and/or end-user’s correct fleet account number (FAN), payment of Fast Start money will be paid via EFT, automatically to the selling dealer.NOTE: Payment by the selling dealer to the Registered DaimlerChrysler Fleet Account is mandatory and is the responsibility of the selling dealer unless otherwise authorized by the purchasing registered DaimlerChrysler Fleet Account in writing (see Fleet Incentive Acknowledgement Form).
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