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Chrysler designers give compact car the “full Mopar” treatment.
Chrysler Group’s Mopar Division said Monday that it will be the first in the industry to remove charging cords in its vehicles by offering in-vehicle wireless charging.
After recently launching a new owner Web site, where customers register their vehicles online for personalized service and customer care, Mopar will re-launch a new version of its Mopar e-Store and introduce a new FlexTech program for Chrysler Group dealers.
A legendary supplier of “Motown Muscle” is celebrating its 75th birthday.
The Mopar brand will introduce a new Chrysler Group owner Web site, called Owner’s Center, at the 2011 Los Angeles Auto Show.
Mopar’s Electronic Vehicle Tracking System, the first vehicle-tracking system to send owner an alert when vehicle is driven too fast or too far based on set parameters, has been given a Value Chain Award from Connected World magazine.
The Dodge brand and Mopar are making it easier than ever for owners to connect with their vehicles, giving electronic information at their fingertips with a free, new smartphone application.
Chrysler and Mopar have introduced new free smartphone applications that contain useful information about owner’s vehicles and creates a new channel of communication among owners and the company.
Chrysler thinks vehicle owners are ready for a device that will tell them where their car is at any moment, as well as where it has been, and how fast it’s been driven. The device […]