The program “No Payment for 90 Days” as it is called covers for any Chrysler, Dodge, Jeep or Ram model. Worth mentioning that the new Fiat 500 will not make it to the program. But industry observers explain that Chrysler is trying to keep up for lost momentum due to the fact that the U.S.economy shows signs of slipping back into recession.
An important move was made by Chrysler when it announced it will step up its givebacks on a number of 2012 models, which include a $500 on the Chrysler sedan, $1,000 on a Jeep Liberty, $500 on a Dodge Avenger or Journey and $1,500 on a Ram pickup. Also, the car manufacturer offer deals for leftover 2011 models, as related by The Deroit Bureau
The deals include up to $2,000 in cash on the new Chrysler 300 and Dodge Charger sedans. Usually these type of deals appear when the model-year comes to a close but offering benefits this high reveals the car manufacturers worries about the unstable economy and shaky car market. While in July car sales figures rose a bit for most car makers, they continued to go down for some major players in the Japanese markets.