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Car Deals: Must Be Subprime, Must Finance Through Chrysler Capital (PEAKY MUCH?)

``The ad reads "Primary customer must have a FICO score below 620 and must finance through Chrysler Capital... I asked what happens if my credit score was above 620. As expected, I could not get that price. For someone with a credit score of 800 the price jumps to $13,485 [rather than $11,995].'' -- Wow, it's pretty sad when cars have blatantly switched to a "razor-and-blades" model, predicated on making most of the profit from subprime financing.
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