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Dodge, Chrysler and Jeep are three United States-based brand names of various types of automobiles that are manufactured by Chrysler Group LLC. Those brand names are considered famous among Americans as well as car lovers living in other parts of the world because those names are often found in the list of both off-road vehicles and vehicles that are used for casual driving on city roads and highways. Those names are indeed very familiar for you if you are interested in automobile stuffs. There are many places where you can buy any cars that are marketed with those brand names. If you live in Chicago, you can find most of your favorite Dodge, Chrysler and Jeep cars at Chrysler Jeep Inventory in Chicago. Visit its website to find out all cars available for you to buy.
The easiest way to decide what kind of car that you want to buy is by determining for what purpose you will be using the car after you buy it. If you want to use the car for off-road driving, Jeep Wrangler or Dodge Ram may be some of the cars that you are looking for. If you are looking for an SUV that can be used as your family vehicle, you should be interested in buying Jeep Grand Cherokee or Dodge Durango. If you prefer using van to using SUV as your family vehicle, you should consider buying Chrysler Town & County, Dodge Caravan, or the old Fleetvan Jeep. If you are looking for a luxury sedan, Chrysler has provided you with such adorable sedans as Chrysler 200 and Chrysler 300.
Everything about car that you have been dreaming of so far can be realized if you observe the huge selection of Dodge, Chrysler and Jeep cars. Check out Feeny Dodge to find out which car is the best for you.
Posted by in Chrysler Magazine on July 10, 2011
The automotive industry has been smoldered by different types of scorching pandemonium in the past six years – plant closures, job cuts, ailing automaker’s reputation and vanishing confidences. Moreover, the state’s famished financial system is expected to be significantly hurt by the predicted GM-Chrysler merger.
State officials also expect that job losses and plant closures would continue to increase. This could trigger the decline in income and property tax collectibles and business tax revenues. “Clearly, it’s going to have a negative impact losing all those high-paying jobs,” said state Treasurer Robert Kleine. “Without doing a study, it’s difficult to say how much.”
Michigan is battling with an $800-million-plus deficit this year. The said figure could eventually drill a bigger hole in the state’s budget for 2008. Kleine said that there is little the state can do to head off a merger. “There’s not too much we can do about the business decisions of private companies,” he said. Kleine added that there has been some talk about setting up special funds for displaced workers who need retraining or who want to start new businesses should there be layoffs or buyouts.
James Epolito, the chief executive officer of the Michigan Economic Development Corp. (MEDC), said the state has not been privy to any GM-Chrysler merger talks. “We have not been in any direct discussions of one joining the other,” he said. “From my standpoint, it’s speculation at this point. Everything is on the table and everything is a possibility.” Read the rest of this entry »