Providing that a customer ticks the buyback option when a vehicle is purchased, he can return the car within 60 days if he is not satisfied with it. In addition to that, Chrysler will pay for the first two months of vehicle usage, with the amount of money granted having a $500 per month, or $1000 total limit.
"We build great vehicles for just about any lifestyle, and with this pledge, consumers will have the confidence to know they made the right purchase or they can return the vehicle, no questions asked," Fred Diaz, president and chief executive officer of Ram Truck Brand and top executive for U.S. sales was quoted as saying by the aforementioned source.
"Plus, Chrysler Group will make the first two payments for the consumer," the executive added.
The special buyback program has already debuted and covers most of the vehicles coming from Chrysler, Jeep, Dodge and Ram Truck.
Chrysler is now in the middle of a rebirth process lead by the Italian automotive producer Fiat. As part of the collaboration between the two companies, the latter will make its comeback on the U.S. market. Chrysler is now selecting the dealers that will create Fiat’s U.S. network. The complete list of U.S. Fiat dealers is scheduled to be released in September.