Fiat Coronavirus Financial Relief and New Car Incentives
The Coronavirus has sparked anxiety and hardship throughout the world, bringing auto production in the United States and abroad to an abrupt halt. This “silent enemy'' seemingly came out of nowhere and brought with it both fear and possible economic devastation. Just last year, the automobile industry experienced several challenges that ranged from issues with new technology and trade uncertainties, including a booming employment market that continued to shift the needs and desires of the American car buyer.
Fiat Chrysler Automobiles NV, (FCA) is an Italian American multinational car company that also encompasses Dodge, Jeep, Ram, and Alfa Romeo. When the Coronavirus came to light, Fiat was one of the first companies to take initiative and slow its supply chain in response to growing concerns over the spread of the virus.
In addition to this foresight, Fiat is one of many automakers extending financial relief and incentives to new and existing customers in the wake of COVID-19. Fiat also adds its name to the ever-expanding list of auto brands participating in programs involving Coronavirus car payment plans. The following is a guide that summarizes Fiat’s relief and incentive programs.