They do that here in Canada if you read the fine print there will be a disclaimer. And the extreme pkg. is probably something the dealer is doing on it's own
hells yes! i'm up for that. i'll make the two hour drive to the border! i wonder what duty would be like on a purchase like that?GOT said:OH YEAH, I want that srt4 model for 12,991!!! I drive up ther and get it myself
I would also have to agree, there is no "Extreme Package" available from the factory. I would check the window sticker since it may either be altered by the dealership or strictly a traffic boosting incentive.DodgeGirlKathy said:Nope, there was no disclaimer explaining what an "extreme" is. The * after the price is the usual disclaimer about all rebates applied, must qualify for employee pricing, etc.
The ad also includes entries for a Stratus SXT Extreme and a Durango SXT Extreme. So I'm just really curious what this dealer is doing, especially at that price! Hope someone returns my call next week.
Nope.Silverfox said:Is there a disclaimer saying that the vehicle pictured is not the one for sale? I doubt very seriously there's a SRT-4 out there.
They didn't know what they were doing. LOL!! As someone already mentioned, they spelled Caliber wrong....double ooops!DodgeGirlKathy said:Nope.
I'm sure the ad agency just found a nice pic to use without thinking twice about it.
Probably. Pity the salesperson who will be having that conversation with an insistent customer.Xtreme Thunder said:Someone will be dissapointed when they can't YET get a Caliber that looks like that
well yes that was too obvious!!Silverfox said:I would think the misspelling of the vehicle's moniker would be enough for me.