Living without regret: it's something we try to do every day here at TheCarConnection, and Chrysler's been following our lead.
Earlier this year, the automaker allowed buyers of its Chrysler Town & Country and Dodge Grand Caravan minivans to return their new vehicles within 60 days, if they weren't satisfied. Now, the company's extending the deal to nearly every car it makes.
The "Regret-Free Purchase" lets car buyers bring back 2010 Chrysler vehicles, except the Jeep Wrangler and the Dodge Viper, and all fleet vehicles. The latter's obvious; the former, we're thinking, prevents Chrysler from turning down too many folks who might put a lift kit or some other off-road hardware on their Jeeps.
It also includes two months' worth of free payments up to a total of $1000, if the car's returned. However, the vehicles must be financed through GMAC to qualify for the deal.
Chrysler bills drivers 40 cents a mile for the period of usage, and buyers have to spend at least a month in the vehicle before it can be returned.
The program runs from today through August 2, 2010.
[Chrysler via Car and Driver]