Chrysler stays in 0% war

DETROIT - The Chrysler group (Chrysler-Dodge-Jeep) has extended its ride on the 0 percent train until Jan. 8. Chrysler joins General Motors and Ford Motor Co. in keeping the no-interest loans in effect.

The GM incentive is slated to end Jan. 2, thus Chrysler can wait until GM acts before deciding upon its next step in the financing-rate competition. Ford's 0 percent loans continue until Jan. 14.

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