The car was invented to get commuters directly from point A to point B, which made life easier but destroyed the once-thriving tourism industry of Point C. Visit all points on the map with today's Groupon to Hall Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram in Mishawaka. Choose between the following options:
• For $14, you get an oil-and-filter-change package (a $27.99 value).
• For $50, you get $100 worth of service on your vehicle.
Hall Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram's car connoisseurs vivify vehicles with comprehensive services and an eye toward timeliness. In the 20- to 30-minute oil change, a careful servicer will pep up engines with a fresh 5 quarts and a new filter. Doors, latches, and the chassis will all be lubricated, and all fluids are checked for volume and errant cocktail umbrellas. After the tires are pumped with air and the air filter examined, a serviceperson will inspect forgotten nooks in a 23-point inspection. A full car wash and hand dry then send vehicles off looking clean and stately enough to be the official car of a senator who has recently molted. Synthetic oil can be used for an additional fee.
Service manager Larry Sirgany's highly trained team can also treat cars to a buffet of à la carte services. Wheel balancing ($34.99), tire rotation ($19.99), and wheel alignment ($79.99) assist automobiles in their quest for rotational perfection, and an all-engine tune-up ($69.99–$199.99) keeps motors purring like a dog in an identity crisis. Coolant and power-steering flushes further increase street suaveness ($89.99 each), and a complimentary car wash accompanies all services. Because lonely cars are known to trawl junkyards to hang with ornery Ford Pintos, both Groupon options include a $300 credit toward the purchase of a new vehicle.
Hall Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram
Rows and rows of new and certified preowned vehicles surround Hall Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram. Inside the dealership's service center, Chrysler-certified technicians change the oil, rotate the tires, inspect the emissions, and detail the surfaces of all vehicle makes and models. Members of the parts department lend a hand when vehicles need batteries, mufflers, brake pads, and more tiny horses to power their engines.