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Crossed 300,000 miles today

Discussion in 'Neon' started by AllanC, Apr 25, 2017.

  1. AllanC

    AllanC Well-Known Member

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    My 2003 Neon crossed 300,000 miles today on its odometer. I believe I have seen comments that indicate you can write Chrysler Corp and get some acknowledgement to this fact. How do I contact Chrysler about this milestone?
     
  2. Doug D

    Doug D Virginia Gentleman

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    Congratulations! That is quite an achievement. While I've had several vehicles log over 200,000 miles I've only had one go over 300,000 miles - a 1992 Plymouth Acclaim that had 302,500 miles when I parked it due to a leaky heater core. My '06 Ram 1500 has 239,900 miles.

    Try these links:

    Email Chrysler (at http://www.chrysler.com/webselfservice/chrysler/EmailPage.html )

    FCA North America - Contact Us (at http://www.fcanorthamerica.com/footer/Pages/ContactUs.aspx )

    I don't know if they still issue pewter license plate frames that have 100,000, 200,000, 300,000, etc on them. I have one that has 200,000 miles that I received from Chrysler after contacting Chrysler when my Ram went over 200,000 miles. The only qualifying issue is you must be the original or 2nd owner of said vehicle.
     
  3. georgef

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    You can read more details about the pewter frame offer here: High Milers Club.

    I requested and received a 200,000 mile plate frame last December:
    - Requested plate frame: 12/5/2016 at 6:27pm
    - Plate frame shipped 12/07/2016 8:27pm
    - Plate frame delivered 12/12/2016 at 6:33pm.
    7 days and 6 minutes from request to delivery.

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    The quality wasn't as nice as the two previous frames I got, but this one looked much better after I cleaned up the over-spray the can be seen in the above photo.
     
  4. Bob Lincoln

    Bob Lincoln "CHECK FAULT CODES"
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    Yes, you must be 1st or 2nd owner, but they will issue plates in multiples of 100K miles. My 92 Daytona went 308K miles, but I didn't know about this option at the time. I got the 200K mile plate for my truck, but it won't fit into the rear bumper cutout to go around the plate. May have to mount it in front.
     
  5. chuzz

    chuzz Well-Known Member

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    I have a 100,000 mile frame for my 2013 200 already. I can't use it around the plate because it blocks part of the year and month of expiration on my plate. I've got it hanging in my garage. Next year, I'll probably get a 200,000 mile one as I'm rapidly approaching 150,000 on it now.
     
  6. AllanC

    AllanC Well-Known Member

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  7. neoncrazy101

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    Congrats! My first Neon almost made it to 300k, but alas at 293k an electrical gremlim showed up and well, motor was toast.
     

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