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Chrysler Offers Service Contracts & Incentives to the Livery Market

LCT Staff
Posted on October 8, 2008

DETROIT – Chrysler LLC announced last month the introduction of the 4-year/150,000-mile Add Care Plus service contract on 2009 Chrysler 300 W. P. Chrysler Executive Series and a 4-year/100,000-mile Added Care Plus service contract on 2009 Chrysler 300 standard sedan, Chrysler Aspen, and Chrysler Town & Country minivan to licensed livery operators. In addition to offering a no-charge service contract, Chrysler is also offering special cash allowance incentives ranging from $1,500 to $3,500 to all livery operators.

Chrysler’s Added Care Plus covers over 800 powertrain and major assembly components. Licensed livery operators in the state of Florida are not eligible for the Chrysler Added Care Plus Incentive Program due to unique state regulations. An additional incentive will be offered and may be put toward a Service Contract purchase at your local Chrysler dealer.

The incentives are based on vehicle type and model. The 2009 Chrysler Aspen and the 2009 Chrysler 300 W. P. Chrysler Executive Series qualify for a $3,500 cash allowance. The 2009 Chrysler 300 standard sedan and the Town & Country minivan qualify for a $1,500 cash allowance. The cash allowance offer is good through 12/31/2009.

For more detailed information about the products, service contract and incentives being offered, visit Chrysler’s Fleet Web site www.fleet.chrysler.com. For more information regarding the W. P. Chrysler Executive Series and various options offered by Accubuilt, visit www.accubuilt.com.

Source: Chrysler

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