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US $66,432.00
Year:2020 Mileage:24 Color: Black /
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Eaton, Ohio, United States

Eaton, Ohio, United States

Welcome to SVG Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram, Proudly Serving Dayton, Middletown OH, & Richmond, IN Drivers
In addition to providing the drivers of Eaton OH, Ohio with a cornucopia of new Jeep Compass, Jeep Cherokee, RAM 1500, Dodge Grand Caravan, Chrysler Pacifica vehicles and used cars, we at SVG Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram are dedicated to all of your automotive needs. Namely, that includes helping you find the model that best suits your lifestyle and your budget through conversations with our sales consultants and Jeep, RAM, Dodge and Chrysler lease and financing experts.

But wait, there's more. After you've left our showroom and driven your new car home, our longstanding relationship has only just begun. Over the miles that you and your Jeep, RAM, Dodge or Chrysler car share, our Jeep Compass, Jeep Cherokee, RAM 1500, Dodge Grand Caravan and Chrysler Pacifica service technicians are available to carry out your model's routine maintenance needs. Moreover, our comprehensive parts department houses all the fixings that do-it-yourself drivers from Miamisburg require when electing to tackle their own automotive repairs.


In summary, we at SVG Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram are looking forward to assisting you in the ways in which match your automotive needs. To learn more about the products and services that our team provides, we welcome you to visit our showroom at your earliest convenience. Housed nearby at 510 S. Barron St Eaton OH, Ohio we're happy to continue the conversation and answer any questions.




Contact Us:
Address: 510 S Barron St, Eaton, OH 45320
Phone: 844-284-1483
Email: contact@svgjeep.com
Website: https://www.svgjeep.com

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Auto blog

2013 Ram Heavy Duty seeks to obliterate rivals with claimed 30,000-pound max tow rating

Wed, 09 Jan 2013 00:01:00 EST

No one can accuse Ram of backing away from the full-size truck arms race. Chrysler has officially dropped the payload details on its 2013 Ram Heavy Duty, and the 3500 now packs a maximum trailer weight of 30,000 pounds. Chew on that number for a moment. That's 15 tons, or the equivalent of a dozen Mazda MX-5 Miata convertibles stacked on a trailer, and it's also a whopping 6,900 pounds more than the closest competitor to the Ram 3500, the Chevrolet Silverado 3500 HD. Ram engineers have cranked the truck's 6.7-liter Cummins turbo-diesel engine to a ludicrous 850 pound-feet of torque, up 50 lb-ft over the 2012 model. "Shock the world" figures, all.
Throw in a stiffer frame, stouter transfer case, beefed-up transmission and brawnier U-joints in the driveline, and you have what Ram is calling "the most capable trucks we've ever built." That includes the Ram 2500, which has seen its towing capacity swell to 18,350 lbs and its Gross Combined Weight Rating jump to 25,000 lbs. Look for the 2013 Ram 3500 HD to bow at the 2013 Detroit Auto Show, and be sure to check out the full press release below for more information.

2014 Promaster looks like a Fiat, hauls like a Ram

Thu, 07 Feb 2013 19:00:00 EST

A new day is dawning, folks. The old-guard vans of our youth are being replaced with a new flock of European-inspired commercial vehicles from the likes of Ford, Nissan (Renault) and Mercedes-Benz. Here in Chicago, Ram pulled the covers off its entry into the reborn commercial van market with the 2014 Promaster, based on the well-known European Fiat Ducato.
Ram makes no bones about the Promaster's Fiat underpinnings, though the company claims it has beefed up the machine for US roads and uses with a re-engineered chassis, a more robust suspension setup, improved brakes (from Brembo), additional corrosion protection, improved climate control and additional safety systems.
Power comes from one of two powerplants options, one gas and one diesel. First up is Chrysler's well-known 3.6-liter Pentastar V6 rated at 280 horsepower and 260 pound-feet of torque mated to a six-speed automatic transmission. For a bit more pulling power and durability, Ram is offering a new 3.0-liter four-cylinder diesel engine pumping out 174 hp and, more importantly, 295 lb-ft of torque at just 1,400 rpm. That engine sends its torquey goodness through a six-speed electronically controlled automated manual gearbox.

Ram thinks EcoDiesel will lure small-pickup buyers into fullsize 1500

Thu, 21 Nov 2013 16:40:00 EST

One of the more curious developments at the Los Angeles Auto Show this week was the return of the Chevrolet Colorado pickup truck. General Motors ended production of the Colorado and its cousin, the GMC Canyon, early last year. At the time, the decision seemed to be the final curtain for small and midsize domestic pickups, as it followed Ford's decision to kill the Ranger and Chrysler's decision to end production of the Dodge Dakota.
Bigland argues the Ram 1500 EcoDiesel is essentially competing for the same buyers as the Colorado.
Does Chevy's revival of the Colorado mean a new dawn for the segment overall? Yes and no. The Colorado's reinvention essentially provides a peek at how automakers tackle the same problem in two different ways. GM's approach is to create a new midsize pickup. Chrysler's approach, on the other hand, would seem to focus more on the prospective buyer than the product itself.