DaimlerChrysler Corp.’s Chrysler Group is raising prices an average of 0.5% on new models for the third time since December to combat incentives. The increases range from $115 to $120 on prices posted in March, with most ’02 Chrysler, Dodge and Jeep models affected. Overall, Chrysler has hiked prices 1.6% since December. Chrysler had tried reducing ’02 introductory prices on some models and eschewing incentives, but that strategy failed due to rival General Motors Corp.’s 0% financing ...

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