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What is a "reliability test vehicle"

Discussion in 'New Challenger, 300, Magnum, Charger' started by Captain Overkill, Apr 5, 2019.

  1. Captain Overkill

    Captain Overkill New Member

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    Found a link the other day to get thy he equipment codes for your car from Chrysler, so I ran our 2015 300s.
    Most of it was pretty much what I expected, but at the end of the list were some I don't understand:
    "Marketing/Public Relations Vehicle"
    "Special Scheduling Condition VII"
    "Reliability Tesr Vehicle"

    Anybody have any idea what this stuff means? We bought it in 2016. They said it was the owner of the dealership's personal car.
     
  2. bguy

    bguy Well-Known Member

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    I guess the owner sold you a car that he paid little or nothing for.
     
  3. ptschett

    ptschett Well-Known Member

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    With those codes, and making some assumptions from my line of work (heavy construction equipment) I wouldn't be surprised if it was one of the early production cars for final tests, magazine reviews, brochure photos, etc.
     

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