2014 Chrysler, Dodge, and Mopar Press Kits

2014 New York Auto Show

2015 Charger and Challenger

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2015 charger and challenger press kit

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Renegade

Brian Kapral wrote:

The Jeep Renegade bag included the green “drybag,” which is a watertight dry bag for protecting gear from all kinds of climate conditions. On the handle of that was a black caribiner, which had a USB thumb drive molded into it. There was also a book with an orange rubber band which gave an overview of the Renegade.

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the bag

usb thing

I also received a Mopar 2014 Media Information blister pack, which contained a movable piston and key-like piece which is actually a USB thumb drive. They also handed out a 4C box which is for Alpa Romeo and had a thumb drive in that as well. One other thumb drive they gave me was a 2014 Product info for Chrysler vehicles.

4C and Chrysler kits

2014 Detroit Auto Show

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200 kit

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minivans

minivan 30th

accessories

Jeep Renegade in Geneva

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