LINK: Chrysler Ends Money-Back Guarantees - U.S. News Rankings and ReviewsChrysler Ends Money-Back Guarantees
Sep 13, 2010
Unhappy with that Chrysler you just bought? Too bad. The company has announced that it’s ending its 60-day money-back guarantee program.
“While you can still get a 60-Day Guarantee if you buy a new Ram Truck (through the end of September), the offer has expired for all other Chrysler brands,” explains Kicking Tires. The last day for the deal was Tuesday, September 7.
Still, it’s not all bad news for Chrysler, Dodge and Jeep buyers -- the company has expanded incentives and leasing opportunities.
The Detroit News reports, “Chrysler Group LLC today said consumers again have a second financial choice in leasing new vehicles, with the restoration of an agreement with U.S. Bank for some 2010 models.”
“Chrysler said Ally Financial, which has financed around half of the company's retail sales so far this year, will continue to be Chrysler's preferred lender. Ally Financial has been Chrysler's preferred lender since the Obama administration wound down Chrysler's financing arm last year and combined it with GMAC, which was renamed Ally,” adds BusinessWeek.
Leases will be available on remaining 2010 models of the Chrysler 300, Chrysler Town & Country, Dodge Grand Caravan, Dodge Charger, Dodge Nitro, Dodge Journey, Jeep Liberty and Jeep Wrangler.