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DaimlerChrysler Announces Spring Break Order Bonus

January 6, 2003

DaimlerChrysler Fleet is offering a “Spring Break” Order Bonus Program for early orders of the 2004 Grand Cherokee, Sebring Sedan, Stratus Sedan, Intrepid, and Concorde. The following 2003 vehicles will also be included: Durango, Minivans, and PT Cruiser.

The following vehicles will be eligible for $1,000 incentives if ordered from Jan. 1 to April 18, 2003:

  • 2004 Intrepid/Concorde
  • 2004 Stratus/Sebring sedans
  • 2004 Grand Cherokee
  • 2003 Durango
  • 2003 Minivans (includes Caravan and Grand Caravan C/V, excludes eL and eX Minivan models)
  • 2003 PT Cruiser
    Eligible types of sale are Type 3, Type 5, and Type 6. The Spring Break Bonus is compatible with the following programs: Fleet Purchase Allowance Program, Local Stand Alone Consumer Cash (SACC), Consumer Purchase Loyalty, Stand Alone APR, Consumer Cash Plus APR, Consumer Lease Loyalty, Consumer Lease Cash, CFC/Chase Lease, Distant Delivery, Individual Lease Program, On the Job Incentive Program, Farm Bureau Program, and DaimlerChrysler Fleet Volume Incentive Program.

    The Spring Break Bonus is not compatible with the following programs: Guaranteed Depreciation Program, Daily Rental Purchase Program, Bid Concession Numbers, Bid Out of Stock Program, Driver Education, and DRAC.

    A “Spring Break” code will automatically be added to orders received from Jan. 1 to April 18, 2003, identifying the order as eligible for the incentive, and it will be reflected on the factory invoice as an invoice credit. Orders must be built/PSP'd before June 30, 2003. Orders received prior to Jan. 1, 2003 with a PSP date equal to or greater than Feb. 1, 2003 will meet eligibility requirements. Orders purchased from dealer stock are not eligible for this incentive program.

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