Eligible consumers include: active military, active military reserve, retired military (honorably discharged), and retired military reserve (honorably discharged). Honorably discharged veterans within 12 months of discharge date, and 100% disabled veterans are eligible.
Eligible branches of the military are: Army, Navy, Air Force, Marines, Coast Guard and National Guard.
All eligible personnel must present qualifying documentation (as outlined in the first paragraph of Dealer Responsibility) that clearly reflects their eligibility status, to a franchised Chrysler dealer in the United States at the time of retail purchase of an eligible vehicle.
The vehicle sale or lease must be registered in either the name of the eligible participant or registered in the name of an immediate family member living in the same household.
Spouses of deceased military members who meet the eligibility criteria above are eligible to participate.
The eligible retail purchase or lease customer must assign the cash allowance to the selling dealer. The retail purchaser’s order must show the cash allowance as having been applied to the vehicle’s purchase price, or in the case of a lease customer, as reducing the total lease obligation (12 month minimum lease term).
When the qualifying documentation presented bears a former or changed name, the customer must substantiate the former/changed name with a copy of legal documentation, (i.e., marriage certificate, divorce decree, court order). The dealer must retain copy of the name change documentation to verify customer eligibility.