Chrysler joins in incentives

The Chrysler group on Friday, Sept. 21, joined Ford Motor Co. and General Motors with new sales incentives.

The Chrysler group said all customers with Chrysler Financial Corp. retail loans and leases on 2001 and 2002 model vehicles have the option to defer payments for 90 days. The program began Sept. 22 and continues through Oct. 31.

In addition, Chrysler increased dealer cash from $500 to $1,000 per unit through Oct. 2, according to a source familiar with the program.

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