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Fleets tap into express lanes

by David Zatz on

Mopar has announced new services for fleet managers, dubbed the “Fleet Preferred Mopar Express Lane,” including extended hours and consistent pricing, with a national network and OEM parts.

Jim Sassorossi

Jim Sassorossi, Director of Mopar Fleet Service and Parts Operations, wrote, “We’re tapping into our Mopar Express Lane locations, many with extended hours, to offer fast, ease-of-process maintenance to deliver the kind of service that helps increase operational time for fleet vehicles.” The Express Lanes were created in 2008 for fast oil changes and routine maintenance; there are now 1,000 dealerships with the service.

The company’s wiADVISOR system lets dealers plug in a wireless device to instantly discover maintenance status and recalls.

The company gave some examples of pricing, including $3.50/wheel for rotation, $29.95 or less for conventional-oil changes and lubes (up to five quarts), $135.65 or less for rear drum brakes, and $154.95 or less for front brake service. The brakes include shoes or pads, resurfacing the drum or rotor, and labor.


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