Chrysler debuts No Payments for 90 Days, new Military cash

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2012 Ram 1500.JPGThe Chrysler Group has announced that for the rest of the
month of May 2012, qualified customers who want to purchase a new Chrysler
Dodge, Jeep, Ram or Fiat brand vehicle with financing from Ally Financial or
Chase Auto Finance can do so with no payments for 90 days.  This means that if you buy a new Chrysler
Group vehicle in the next 8 days, you will not have to make a payment until the
end of August.

Additionally, the Chrysler Group has announced a new
Military Appreciation Bonus Consumer Cash program where active military, active
military reserve, retired military, and retired military reserve can get an
extra$500 off of their new Chrysler, Dodge, Ram, Jeep or Fiat product in
addition to the $500 “military cash” typically offered.  In other words, active or retired (honorably
discharged) members of the US military who can prevent proof of their service
will get a cool grand off of their new Chrysler Group vehicle.


This limited time program runs through the end of May 2012
and the extra $500 off cannot be applied towards the 2012 Dodge Avenger SE, the
2012 Chrysler 200 LX sedan, the 2012 Dodge Journey AVP, the new Fiat 500
Abarth, all SRT models and the SRT Viper. 
It is a bummer for those military men and women who want to buy a new
high performance SRT model but it is still a great deal from the Chrysler
Group.

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