Automakers pile on incentives in an attempt to combat poor sales.

With the continuing recession, automakers are pulling out all the stops to clear out their inventories.  Chrysler in particular is now offering an average of $5,566 in incentives per new vehicle.

Read the full article at USA Today.com.

It also appears Chrysler is now leaning hard on it’s dealers to purchase more units even though the average Chrysler vehicle is now sitting on the lot for a whopping  130 days.  In the meantime, Chrysler’s overall sales dropped -54.8% during the January sales period.

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One Response to Automakers pile on incentives in an attempt to combat poor sales.

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