Fiat go from strength to strength
- 01 June 2011
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As you might have heard Fiat are doing very well on a world scale, they are also doing good numbers in Ireland. Alfa Romeo are making good cars and the Giulietta is selling well. Fiat commercials are poping up all over the place and now Fiat have announced that they are taking over Chrysler and Jeep in Ireland.
The first vehicles to go on sale in Ireland will be the all-new Jeep Grand Cherokee, new Jeep Compass and revised Jeep Wrangler, as well as the Chrysler Voyager MPV, all of which are scheduled to arrive before the end of the month. The Chrysler Delta will follow in September and all-new Chrysler Ypsilon is due in October.
The Chrysler and Jeep sales network currently comprises six dealerships, all of whom already enjoy a solid and enthusiastic customer base. These dealers are Alasta Autos in Dublin; McGuigan Motors in Monaghan (also appointed a Fiat main dealer in February); TP Waters in Kildare; McCarthy Motorpoint in Cork; Clareview Motors in Limerick and Cunningham Higgins in Galway.
Keep an eye on what Fiat are up to folks, they are turning out some great cars these days. I haven’t driven any of the Chrysler models yet I’ll let you know when they become available.