Read it again! It looks like Chrysler is doubling the gov't incentive!!!Not true, read the article. Its 4500 from the gov't and Chrysler.
So then, I cannot trade in my 06 SRT8 Charger (gas guzzler) to get $9k towards a new car (2009 SRT8 Challenger and/or Superbee Charger)?cash for clunkers isnt even a signed bill in congress yet, but its due this week, from what i understand. http://www.cars.gov/index.php/rollout you have to be careful cause lots of companies are marketing this gimmick and they dont have the right too and there are a ton of scams out there because of it.
remember chargers are not eligible.
mileage must be 18 mpg or less average city/hwy per sticker which ours are not and from memory i think it has to be 01 and older
edit^^^^^^^ well srt and r/t could if they werent so new not that i see the link the gov is using http://www.fueleconomy.gov/feg/sbs.htm
Would anyone actually be dumb enough to only take $9k for their charger as a trade?So then, I cannot trade in my 06 SRT8 Charger (gas guzzler) to get $9k towards a new car (2009 SRT8 Challenger and/or Superbee Charger)?
Oh well, looks like I'll just have to keep my old 'clunker'!! :banana:
Why would they waste the money on that when they scrap them anyway?Do you guys know what they do to the engines on the cars that get traded in..........THEY LOCK THEM UP!!! Our company just started selling the chemical to lock these engines up. This is a 2 quart pre-mix of the
40/60 sodium silicate and water and can be directly added to the engines crankcase as stated by the Federal Government's guidelines.
Kind of true, The government is offering $3,500 or $4,500 and Chrysler is also offering an additional $3,500 or $4,500 on all models except Wrangler, Challenger, and Sprinter, oh and Viper too.