Hyundai and Suzuki have new incentive programs for the spring selling season, and Chrysler Corp. is offering 1.9 percent financing to buyers of leftover 1997 models.
Hyundai's customer rebates range from $1,000 to $1,500 on 1998 models and $2,000 to $2,500 on 1997s. They end June 30.
Suzuki's rebates, which expire June 1, are for customers or dealers - dealer's choice. The payments are $300 to $1,000 on 1998 cars and sport-utilities and $350 to $1,500 on 1997s.
Chrysler's 1.9 percent financing on loans up to 24 months is available on 1997 models as well as 1998s. General Motors and Ford Motor Co. also offer 1.9 percent paper on 1997s and 1998s.
Chrysler's cash rebates on 1997 cars and minivans run from $750 to $2,500; the $2,500 payment is on the Eagle Talon.
Truck rebates are topped by $3,000 on the Ram Van conversion. The regular Ram Van and the Ram Wagon bring $500 and $1,500. The incentives expire July 6.