Oh, I'm planning on getting quotes from my credit union and maybe CapitalOne, which I'm sure will be lower. But what's to stop someone from financing with Chrysler, getting the rebates/incentives (if offered), then re-financing 3 months later, with another lender. As long as there's no pre-payment penalty, you get the rebate(s) AND a lower rate. This is what my brother-in-law did when he got his Magnum.manofsteelCHARGER said:i dont know what the rates were with chrysler but my bank here did for 4.9
The 6.75 was the same thing I was told too for people who have a 740 or better credit score.AFcharger said:I asked about it, and they gave me 6.75 (something close to that) which was there prefered rate. To get that though you had to have a 750 credit score. Sounds high to me, so I will go through my bank which is 4.75%.
You can get $3500.00 rebate on the 5.7 Chrager up until July 31.Since the Charger is a new "hot" car, it's unlikely that they will be offering any great incentives on it for a while. I did, however, hear on the radio today that GM has been kicking a** with their "Employee Discount for Everyone" program. As a result, Chrysler may be forced to come up with a promotion of their own if they want to compete.