No-Cost Maintenance Plus for Chrysler Models

Just in time for Christmas, American manufacturer Chrysler, together with its Mopar division, announced the launch of the No-cost Maintenance Plus plan for the Durango Citadel and Journey Lux models. Simply put, this means that buyers of the two models will benefit from a 3-year or 36,000-mile maintenance plan. The retail value of the plan is, according to Mopar, $1,100.

The plan includes oil, oil filter changes and lubrication, scheduled and recommended maintenance, towing, flat tire change (with existing good spare), battery jump, out-of-gas fuel delivery (maximum 2 gallons), lockout service and $1,000 trip interruption coverage.

"The new Dodge Durango Citadel and Journey Lux models are loaded with features and content typically found on competitor vehicles priced tens of thousands of dollars more," said Ralph Gilles, Dodge CEO.

"This new no-cost maintenance plus plan gives our loyal customers, as well as customers who are discovering the Dodge brand for the first time, unparalleled peace of mind.”

The Durango Citadel comes equipped with 20-inch chrome-clad wheels, seven-passenger Nappa leather seats, heated and ventilated front seats, perforated leather heated steering wheel, adaptive cruise control, blind-spot/rear cross-path detection, forward-collision warning, sunroof, Garmin navigation radio and High-intensity Discharged (HID) headlamps.

The Journey Lux is being offered with seven-passenger seating, Parkview rear backup camera, ParkSense rear park assist system, Uconnect Touch 8.4N, heated leather seats, universal garage door opener, premium instrument cluster, premium speaker group and 19-inch chrome-clad aluminum wheels.

"Our mission at Mopar is to add value to our customer's experience with our vehicles and our brands," said Pietro Gorlier, Mopar CEO.

"With this specific no-cost maintenance plan, we are offering an added benefit to those customers who check all of boxes on their all-new Durango or Journey. In addition, we are helping these customers build a long-term relationship with their local dealer."
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