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Super Bowl spots ad a lot to Chrysler business

Look out, Chrysler competitors! No really, look out?at your TV. You'll see why Chrysler rules the road after checking out how it dominates the television.

In recent years, Chrysler has held its own in terms of Super Bowl commercials, which all game viewers know to be show stealers. But now Chrysler is even scaring off the competition.

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Depend on Jeep for vehicle reliability

What gets you to work every day? What gets you to the grocery store and back? What warms you up in the winter and keeps you cool in the summer? What carries all of your possessions from here to there? What can you purchase that takes a lot of consideration and research? The answer: your car.

At Fields Chrysler Jeep Dodge, we know how important your car is to you and your lifestyle, and that's why we do all that we can to take care of some of the research for you.

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Chrysler Group LLC hosts Mobility Awareness Program

Chrysler drivers appreciate their vehicles for a number of reasons. One of the larger ones, one that many of us tend to forget, is that cars keep us going. Wherever we need to go, Chryslers are able to get us there.

This week, Chrysler Group LLC is keeping mobility of another form top of mind. The company's Automobility Program will be hosting a Mobility Awareness Program in Auburn Hills, Mich., at the company's…

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Breaking news: Chrysler picks up the pace this summer

Remember summer break when you were in middle school and high school, when you had three months off and all the plans in the world? And then college came along and there were internships to acquire and paychecks to work for? Taking a break can be nice, but when duty calls, taking responsibility can be even nicer.

That's why four Chrysler plants will forgo their usual two-week summer shutdowns this July in order to meet sales demand that is well above the industry average of a 10.3-percent increase compared with last April.

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