DETROIT -- Two weeks after DaimlerChrysler Corp. President and CEO Dieter Zetsche’s impassioned speech on the evils of incentives, the auto maker unwraps its latest package of goodies to entice consumers. The latest program, announced Jan. 30 and in effect until March 31, puts as much as $2,500 consumer cash on some ’02 models. Dubbed the Chrysler Advantage, Jeep Promise and Dodge Edge, the cash outlay (or reduced APR financing) is $2,500 on minivans (excluding the eC, eL and eX models), ...
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