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Up to $500 check within 60 days of purchase of Hyundai, Jeep, Chrysler, Dodge,Ram, Fiat

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Almost missed this deal cause there one on here is 2 or 3 years old so want to make sure others don't miss out on a free $500.

Up to $500 check within 60 days of purchase of Hyundai, Jeep, Chrysler, Dodge,Ram, Fiat
BonusDrive.com

This $500 rebate is stackable on top of any and all other public offers, and takes only minutes to submit your application (which must be done within 60 days of purchase). Took about a month before I was fully confirmed to be eligible for my Sonata purchase in early May.

Eligible vehicles:

https://www.bonusdrive.com/Home/Vehicles

Eligibility requirements:

https://www.bonusdrive.com/Home/E...litySearch

Got my check last week!!
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Created 02-05-2020 at 08:18 PM by soultar1
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FCA vehicles often are garbage
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FCA vehicles often are garbage
If someone recently bought one of those or Hyundai though they could use a free $500 for repairs. Smilie
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If someone recently bought one of those or Hyundai though they could use a free $500 for repairs. https://static.slickdealscdn.com/ima...lies/smile.gif
I'm in the market for a new vehicle and respectfully asking why you say that.
According to Consumer Reports Hyundai has a higher reliability rating than Honda and Nissan.
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I'm in the market for a new vehicle and respectfully asking why you say that.
According to Consumer Reports Hyundai has a higher reliability rating than Honda and Nissan.
I have a Hyundai and it runs great and love it. FCA vehicles don't include Hyundai. I was making a joke based on the other person's comments.
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I have a Hyundai and it runs great and love it. FCA vehicles don't include Hyundai. I was making a joke based on the other person's comments.
I was gonna say, Hyundai has actually improved their reliability significantly in the last 15 years. On the other hand I wouldn't trust an FCA product to last 2 years without a problem.
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