My guess is that they raise the sticker price of the car by 20% and
offer you a discount on that price of 15%. You do the math...
Raymond Sirois KU2S
SysOp: The Lost Chord BBS
well since ford and GM are having massive recalls and layoffs and Chrysler
isn't, what do you think?
the Brampton Ontario plant is maxxed out and running chargers out the door
on graveyard shift. sounds like they are busy.
Chrysler employee purchase price is factory invoice, minus holdback, minus
current rebate. DC then pays the dealer 4% of the total invoice plus the
rebate. On some vehicle's like the Neon, the dealer would make more selling
at Employee price then retail. Yet some dealers refuse to sell to Chrysler
employees because they think they are not making any money. They never
realize that they make the same or better gross. And they do not need to
spend for advertising to employees.
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