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Chrysler Keeps Piling on Incentives

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With a leap in May sales under its belt, Chrysler can likely attribute much of its success to aggressive incentives, and it isn’t about to pull back.

Chrysler will continue to offer zero-percent financing deals or up to $3,000 cash back on select 2010 models. Dodge has upped the ante on some vehicles, with $2,000 cash back still available for some models, while the Charger gets $3,000 cash back or zero-percent financing for up to 72 months.

Jeep has also tacked on more incentives, offering up to $5,000 cash allowances or zero-percent financing for 60 months on select models. Ram trucks will continue to offer $3,000 cash back or zero-percent financing for 60 months but will also throw on $1,000 in GMAC bonus cash on all Ram 1500 models.

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