LANSING, Mich. — Chrysler Corp. along with eight more states are joining General Motors Corp. in the Michigan Credit Union League's auto financing program on price discounts and low rate loans, it was announced Tuesday.

In a media teleconference, David Adams, president/CEO of the trade group, along with a Chrysler vice president, Edward Broadbeer, said the Detroit automaker would become a "partner" in the "Invest in America" program offering CU member price cuts, rebates and low rates on Chrysler brands in line with the GM program announced last week.

One caveat in the Chrysler plan was that to be eligible for the $500-$1,000 incentive discounts for vehicle purchase, eligible members must take out the loan at a participating CU in any one of 12 states.

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