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2016 Cars: REALTORS® Get FCA US LLC Deals
NAR’s partnership with FCA US LLC translates to great deals for members on the purchase or lease of a new model.
December 2, 2015
As you’re shopping around for the perfect vehicle for your real estate career, remember that you get great perks beyond just the vehicle from FCA US LLC (formerly Chrysler Group LLC) and NAR’s REALTOR Benefits® Program.
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More Tech, More Trouble?
The newest vehicles are making inroads toward a driverless, fully connected experience behind the wheel, but that could introduce a new set of problems for motorists.
Tailored to Your Liking
The auto market is getting more crowded with new brands and models. That may make for a tougher decision when buying, but it means you can get just what you want.
Check Out Your Options
From affordable to high-end models, take a peek at the lineups coming on the market.
FCA US LLC is the Official Automobile Manufacturer of the National Association of REALTORS®, and that translates to great deals on the purchase or lease of select 2015 and 2016 model year Chrysler, Jeep®, Dodge, Ram, and the FIAT® 500L.
As a REALTOR®, you get a $500 cash allowance on the purchase or lease of select vehicles plus two years no-charge oil changes, as well as lube and filter changes.
It’s not just REALTORS® who can take advantage of this offer: association staff and eligible family members have access to the cash allowance also. View the details of NAR’s partnership with FCA US LLC to find out who is eligible and what documents you’ll need to present at your dealership. Check with your dealer for official program rules, vehicle eligibility, and program compatibility exclusions.