Extracting a deal from a Chrysler dealer may soon get a little easier. Rather than offer dealer incentives, the automaker is cutting the sticker price on its minivans by $2,000 on average; the new sticker price will more closely reflect the final price paid by most consumers.
By consumeristcarey July 15, 2007
Tagged With: minivans
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