Is Your Dodge Ready for the High Milers Club?

Is Your Dodge Ready for the High Milers Club

Do you like to take a little extra care and pride in your Dodge? Do you plan on keeping your Dodge longer and driving it farther than mere ordinary vehicles? Devotion and loyalty like that should be rewarded, and that’s the inspiration behind the Chrysler Group Customer Care High Milers Club.

 

Here’s all you need to do: When your beloved Dodge hits the 100,000-mile mark (and every 100,000 miles after that) just let the Customer Care folks know – by phone at 800-4aDodge (800-423-6343), or you can find them on the Web at http://dodge.com/dodgecares.

 

You’ll receive an official testimonial letter – suitable for framing – and a beautiful pewter license plate frame that signifies your vehicle’s mileage achievement. With each new 100,000 miles traveled, you and your vehicle are again eligible for recognition. The only limit is how far you and your Dodge are willing to travel.

 

Now, is that great or what? There are only a few simple conditions. You must be the vehicle’s current owner, you must be the first or second owner, and you must have owned the car for at least one year.  That’s it – from there, you’re good to go.

 

Of course, Dodge already makes it easy to rack up the first 100,000 miles with its 5-year / 100,000-mile Powertrain Limited Warranty. The Powertrain Limited Warranty covers the cost of all parts and labor needed to repair a covered powertrain component — engine, transmission and drive system — on most new Dodge vehicles. Coverage now also includes free towing to the nearest Dodge dealer as necessary.

 

Also, don’t forget the 3-year / 36,000-mile Basic Limited Warranty that provides bumper-to-bumper coverage from the body to the electrical system. You can also extend your vehicle’s warranty protection with a Mopar Vehicle Protection plan, available at Dodge dealers across North America. To get all the details on Dodge warranties, you can visit http://www.dodge.com/en/warranty/.