The 2002 Chrysler 300M, Concorde sedans and Sebring coupe bring givebacks of $1,000 to the buyer. Prices of the Concorde and 300M were reduced $140 to $1,780. The Sebring coupes went up $110 and $135.
n Elsewhere, General Motors, which rethinks its incentives every month, made few changes for September. It added $500 to $1,000 to the rebates on the Chevrolet 2001 S10/T10 and GMC Sonoma small pickups and placed spiffs of $500 and $1,000 on a few 2001 Chevrolet Silverado and GMC Sierra full-sized pickups.
n Toyota is paying September rebates on nine 2001 nameplates - five car and four light truck. The amounts range from $200 on the Corolla to $3,000 on the Land Cruiser. Toyota's rebates primarily are for dealers. The Camry and the 4Runner have customer payments in some regions.
n Kia raised the rebate to $750 (from $500) on the tiny Rio and added the Optima at $2,000. Kia's rebates are for customers; they expire Oct. 1.