Dodge Duracoast, the company that owns the Dodge Duranos, will begin leasing the 2019 Dodge Duramax in February 2019 for a reduced rate.
The lease expires at the end of February 2019, the Dodge website said.
It is a $1,400 reduction for a full-size Durango, with a base price of $26,500, according to the website.
Dodge said it was looking for additional financing to complete the lease, but said it would pay the lease at the current market price.
“It’s the right time to enter into a lease extension for our Durango,” Dodge CEO Doug Blevins said in a statement.
Chevy, a joint venture between GM and Chrysler, has already begun leasing the new Durango.
Its lease of the new Dodge Duracruz, a small pickup, ends in June 2019.
In January 2019, Dodge announced that it was going to buy General Motors for $7.5 billion, including a $7 billion cash infusion.
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