Chrysler has decided to have two of its models join the ranks of the free maintenance offerings. The two models in question are the 2011 Dodge Durango and the 2011 Dodge Journey.
There is a catch however. Dodge will only cover free maintenance on these two models for the high end specification models.
The models in question are the Dodge Durango Citadel and the Dodge Journey Lux. Here’s what their going for; instead of considering the free maintenance a service for the aforementioned models just consider it an optional extra at the very high end of the list.
The actual free maintenance for these models includes coverage for three years or 36.000 miles. The package includes a free oil and filter change every 3.000 miles and every 6.000 there’s something called recommended maintenance.
There’s something extra thrown in to the mix and it’s not minor stuff like windscreen wipers. As part of the free maintenance deal Dodge is also offering in trip-interruption coverage with towing and roadside assistance costs included. To top it all off there’s coverage for the costs of car rental fees should you need either of these services.
The deal is pretty sweet and I’m quite the fan of the 2011 Dodge Durango but what do you guys reckon?