Chrysler Announces “Double CA$H For Your Old Car” Incentive Program

Chrysler 300Chrysler announced new incentives, “Double CA$H for Your Old Car,” that can save consumers up to $9,000 toward the purchase of a new Chrysler, Jeep or Dodge vehicle.
“Everyone shopping for a new car or truck qualifies for an incentive of up to $4,500 – even if they don’t have a vehicle that qualifies under the U.S. Government’s program,” said Steven Beahm, Vice President – Sales Operations, Chrysler Group LLC. “This incentive is great in that it’s easy to understand and available to everyone.”

Beginning July 23, 2009, Chrysler will offer up to $4,500 Consumer Cash or 0 percent financing for 72 months through GMAC Financial Services on most 2009 model vehicles. These incentives are valid through August 31, 2009.

July 23, 2009 also marks the start of the U.S. Government’s Car Allowance Rebate Systems (CARS) program, more commonly known as “cash for clunkers.” The CARS program offers a government credit of either $3,500 or $4,500 for trading in an inefficient vehicle that is not more than 25 years old for the purchase of a new vehicle. The amount of the credit is determined based on the fuel-economy improvement between the turn-in vehicle and the new vehicle purchased.

“The administration’s program is aimed at getting less fuel-efficient vehicles off the road, and for vehicles that meet the requirements, offers a great incentive to do so,” Beahm said. “But we didn’t want consumers without qualifying vehicles to feel left out so we are offering up to $4,500 to everyone.”

8 thoughts on “Chrysler Announces “Double CA$H For Your Old Car” Incentive Program”

  1. Sounds nearly to good to be true what Chrysler is offering there.
    $4500 for a vehicle which does not qualify for the U.S. Governement´s Car Allowance Rebate System is something for real bargain hunters.

    Maybe this will bring many people to good cars with less emissions and better efficience.

  2. This sounds like a really good program. However, are these car brands reliable? Anyway, I think if you like these (Dodge, Chrysler, etc.) then you should take advantage of this opportunity.

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