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Courtesy first

CHRYSLER Group in the UK is claiming an industry first with a new courtesy car scheme to provide customers with a Chrysler or Jeep vehicle if their own is in for repairs.

Called Privilege, the courtesy car scheme is the result of a collaboration with Mondial Assistance and web-based service provider, DCML.

Previously, any manufacturer offering roadside assistance through a third party specialist such as Mondial Assistance has not been able to guarantee the same vehicle, or even brand of vehicle, to their customers, the Chrysler Group said.

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