In an effort to offload as many Jeep Commanders possible, Chrysler is offering enough incentives to drop a 27 month lease for a new Jeep Commander for less than $200.
DaimlerChrysler AG’s Chrysler Group is leasing 2006 model year vehicles at a drastically higher rate than crosstown rivals General Motors Corp. and Ford Motor Co. as it works to unload a glut of new cars and trucks.
Lease deals can help automakers boost sales because they typically offer lower monthly payments.
Dealers say Chrysler is making lease deals on 2006 models even more attractive by lowering lease interest rates, relaxing credit requirements and raising vehicles’ residual values.
I am not a fan of leases, because like renting your apartment, you end up with nothing. but, if your looking for a car and can’t afford a lot, this might be a good deal for you.