EBay National Auctions and Listings
All new vehicles are priced based on current incentives in the Great Lakes Business region. Depending on which state you register your vehicle, rebates may vary . Your price can change due to the rebates in your region. PLEASE CALL to see if rebates in your area will increase or decrease your price. Manufacturers reserve the right to change rebates at any given time. Prices have been reduced using rebates that everyone in the Great Lakes Business Center qualifies for. No other rebates or incentives are included in the price. PLEASE CALL to see if you qualify for additional rebates that will lower your price.
EBay Local Market Classified Listings
Due to our proximity to many Chrysler plants and Chrysler Group headquarters, our local market classified listings are listed at the Chrysler employee price minus most available rebates that at times can include trade assistance, conquest vehicle ownership, or conquest lease rebates. With recent incentive changes made by Chrysler Group, it is sometimes possible for the general public to receive the same or better pricing and/or incentives than a Chrysler employee. Please call your sales representative for an personalized incentive assessment. All prices are plus tax, title/registration, and documentation fees, but include destination charges shown on the window sticker from the manufacturer.
For Michigan Purchasers
All prices are plus 6% Michigan sales tax, title fee ($15), registration fee ($8), plate fee (varies), CVR Fee Electronic Filing Fee($24.00), and a documentation Fee ($190 or $75 for Chrysler Employee Transactions).
Out of State Purchasers
All prices are plus the titling states tax, in-transit fee ($10), CVR Fee ($24.00), documentation Fee ($190 or $75 for Chrysler Employee Transactions), Out of State Titling Service fee ($125),titling states registration and plate fees and any other fees required by final titling state (ex. personal property tax, smog fee, etc.)
If the final titling state is reciprocating with Michigan, the state of Michigan will collect the lesser tax amount charged between Michigan and the titling state. The purchaser will pay the final states tax difference to the titling state.
Out of state buyers must agree to use a title service to guarantee new vehicles are titled in the United States of America.