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by David Zatz on

moneyChrysler has released its current incentives, which are good through November 4 on new cars purchased in the United States. In each case, discounted financing is available in place of cash “rebates” (rebates are usually applied directly to the purchase price and act like coupons).

Some rebates are needed to fend off competitors; for example, GM has up to $4,500 on outgoing pickups, and up to $2,500 on the 2014s. Ford’s 2014 Expedition, Explorer, Focus, and Mustang all carry up to $2,000 in rebates.  Generally, though, rebates are much higher on the 2013s, since old stock needs to be cleared out as the end of the year approaches and 2014 models are trucked in.

Chrysler rebates have, in recent months, been lower as a whole than those of GM and Ford, though higher than import brands. Often rebates are needed by buyers with weak credit; the rebate itself can count as money paid towards MSRP. Via Automotive News.

2013 2014
Chrysler 200 $2,000-$3,500 $1,000 – $2,250
Chrysler 300 $2,000-$3,500 $1,500
Town & Country $3,000 $1,500
Dodge Avenger $3,000 $2,000
Caravan $1,250-$2,750 $500-$1,000
Charger $2,500 $1,000-$1,500
Challenger $500-$2,000 $1,000-$1,500
Durango $2,500 $500-$1,000
Journey $500-$2,000 $500
Jeep Compass $3,000 $1,000
Jeep Grand Cherokee $500-$2,500 no rebate
Jeep Patriot $500-$2,500 $1,000
Ram 1500 $1,000-$1,750 $500-$1,500
Ram 2500, 3500, 4500, 5500 $500-$3,000 $1,000
Ram Cargo Van (minivan based) $1,000 $1,000

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