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Old 05-06-2009, 11:45 AM   #1
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NEW YORK (CNNMoney.com) -- Chrysler announced a new sales incentive plan Wednesday as the carmaker seeks to spur sales while it works through bankruptcy and restructuring.

Chrysler is immediately offering up to $4,000 in cash rebates on 2009 model year vehicles. Actual cash rebates will vary by model and location. Chrysler could not immediately provide specific examples.

Additionally, current owners of Chrysler, Dodge and Jeep vehicles can get $1,000 more toward a new Chrysler vehicle.
There's nothing fancy about Chrysler's incentives. It is not offering to cover car payments in case of job loss; nor will it compensate buyers for losses in car value should the automaker be forced out of business"Consumers are telling us that the net purchase price of the vehicle is the most important factor right now," Steve Landry, Chrysler vice president for sales said in a press release. "So we are pleased to introduce incentives that address what the consumer is looking for."

Buyers who finance their vehicles through participating credit unions can also get another $1,000 toward their purchase. More than 1,500 credit unions with members in all 50 states are participating in a special low-rate financing program, the automaker said.

These rebates are expected to be combined with dealer incentives. Chrysler gives such sweetners to dealerships, rather than to the customers, but dealers often pass on the savings by reducing the purchase price of vehicles.

A Chrysler spokeswoman would not discuss dealer incentives, which are generally not made public.

Chrysler's "Employee Pricing Plus Plus" incentive program, which ended yesterday, offered customers up to $6,000 on Chrysler, Dodge and Jeep vehicles, including 2008 models, as well as 0% financing.
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Old 05-06-2009, 11:48 AM   #2
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I'm trying to think if there's a car of theirs I'd take for $40,000 off.

... nope.
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