Chrysler 200, Dodge Avenger Get More Cash Back

By Colin Bird  on May 13, 2011 Even though Chrysler’s redesigned midsize sedans are selling well without large incentives, the automaker has boosted cash-back offerings for both models in May. The 2011 Chrysler 200 now has $1,250 cash on the hood, while the refreshed 2011 Dodge Avenger gets $1,750 cash back. The Avenger also has a 60-month zero-percent financing option, though it can’t be combined with the cash back.

In April, the company sold 15,851 units of 200 and Avenger sedans combined. That’s 36.5% more than in April 2010. The 200 has been backed by a vigorous “Imported from Detroit” ad campaign.

The 2011 Chrysler 200 maintains its special lease rates from April: a $199-a-month rate for the Touring trim for 39 months and $1,999 cash down. The 200 convertible has a $299-a-month lease for the same amount of time and $2,999 cash down.

There also are special lease rates on the Chrysler Town & Country and 300 as well as special lease rates on many Dodge vehicles for the month.

Chrysler is continuing its Minivan Month, which is a 60-day money-back guarantee program. Along with the guarantee, some Dodge Grand Caravan models can get up to $2,000 cash back or zero-percent financing for 60 months.

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