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Chrysler Introduces Premium Care Plan for 2004 Crossfire & Pacifica

June 17, 2003

With the launch of the all-new 2004 ChryslerCrossfire and Pacifica, the Chrysler brand introduced its Chrysler Premium Care Plan.The Chrysler Premium Care Plan entitles all Crossfire and Pacifica ownersto a no-charge loaner vehicle any time scheduled maintenance or non-bodyshop repair is required during the initial three-year/36,000 mile warrantyperiod. This, combined with 24-hour towing assistance, ensures that aChrysler customer will not be left stranded, according to the company.Chrysler Crossfire and Pacifica owners will be automatically enrolled intothis program, free of charge, at the time of vehicle purchase or lease.Customers who have already taken delivery of their vehicle will receivetheir service contract automatically via mail.The Premium Care Plan includes:
7 year/ 70,000 mile Powertrain Limited Warranty
3 year/ 36,000 mile Basic Limited Warranty
Complimentary loaner vehicle for scheduled dealer visits
24/7 towing assistance"We're enhancing Chrysler's comprehensive warranty and service package byoffering loaner vehicles free of charge to Crossfire and Pacifica ownerswho come in for scheduled service or maintenance," said Tom Marinelli, vicepresident, Chrysler Marketing, DaimlerChrysler Corporation. "Providing acomplimentary loaner vehicle to our customers will give our owners yetanother convenience and the opportunity to test-drive another Chryslervehicle. We already have one of the most comprehensive warranties in theindustry. This additional feature further augments our commitment tocustomer service and demonstrates the confidence we have in our products."
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