As of right now, Chrysler LLC’s preferred financial lender is Ally. However, they are in talks with several financial companies as it weighs whether to let its preferred-lender agreement with Detroit-based Ally expire in April 2013. The U.S. Treasury Department, which put $17.2 billion into a bailout of Ally, would prefer a breakup and sale of the lender because an initial public offering may not succeed. However Chrysler would like to continue working with Ally as its preferred financial lender. Click here to go back to Ken Garff Dodge Chrysler Jeep.
Posted by Dodgehq on Mar 29 2012 in Chrysler News
Next time that you are looking at a vehicle, why not look at the Jeep Grand Cherokee? The Jeep Grand Cherokee has won numerous awards. The Detroit news has named it the “Truck of the Year.” The Detroit news said positive things about the SUV. They said “From the new 280-horsepower Pentastar V-6 to a gorgeous interior, the Grand Cherokee delivers both on the road and off like no other vehicle at this price.” Much more important is the award for crash test ratings because we always need a vehicle to protect us in the event of a crash. The 2012 Grand Cherokee has been named a top safety pick by the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety, and it has also been given a five star crash rating from the U.S. government. Click here to see about all the awards the Grand Cherokee has won, or to go back to Ken Garff Dodge Chrysler Jeep, click here.
Posted by Dodgehq on Mar 19 2012 in Jeep Models, Jeep News
If you own a 2012 Dodge Charger, then you have one of the safest large family cars on the road today. The 2012 Charger is an exceptionally safe family car, boasting a Top Safety Pick rating from the IIHS as well as a 5-Star overall crashworthiness rating from the NHTSA (National Highway Safety Traffic Information). Safety features include: standard antilock brakes, standard side-impact airbags for the front seats, standard side curtain airbags, standard driver-side knee airbag, standard stability system, optional power-adjustable pedals with memory, optional blind spot monitoring system with rear cross-path detection, optional collision warning system, optional rear parking sensors and an optional backup camera. Click here to go back to Ken Garff Dodge Chrysler Jeep.
As there is already the 2012 Dodge Charger and the 2012 Jeep Grand Cherokee as one of the top safety picks for the IIHS and NHTSA on this blog, one more car would be spectacular. The Chrysler 300 is rated as a top safety pick rating from the IIHS and a 5-Star crash protection rating from the NHTSA. Safety equipment on the Chrysler 300 includes front, front side, driver knee, and side curtain air bags, electronic stability control with Brake Assist, and tire pressure monitoring system. The optional SafetyTec package groups several safety features together. Optional all-wheel drive improves stability in slippery conditions. A reversing camera is standard on all models except the base 300. Click here to go back to Ken Garff Dodge Chrysler Jeep.