Month: November 2021

Happy Thanksgiving!

In this season of thanksgiving, we’d like to let all our customers know that we appreciate the opportunity to serve your auto financing needs. Happy Thanksgiving Day from Chrysler Capital!

How to shop for a vehicle through the holidays

A season of holiday sales events is underway, and with it, one of the best times of year to shop for a vehicle. FCA US cars, trucks and SUVs are now even more appealing through the Black Friday and Season of Speed events, to be followed by Big Finish starting in December. Take a moment to read these tips to help you get the most … Read More

Experience the new American premium

The wait is over. The iconic Wagoneer nameplate has returned with a bold new standard for American premium. All-new 2022 Wagoneer and Grand Wagoneer bring you six exceptional models that blend distinctive design, outstanding comfort and capability, and state-of-the-art technology. From the lights of the city to towering mountains, Wagoneer vehicles offer a unique, first-class experience all the way. Discover their greatness and enjoy life … Read More

What happens when you trade in your vehicle?

You found the vehicle of your dreams and the dealership offered you what you believe is a fair amount for your trade. So, now what? If you own your trade-in vehicle outright (you’ve completed any loan or lease commitment that you may have had), it is important that you have your title with you when you go to the dealership. Then, you can sign it … Read More

Why paying on time is important

Paying your bills on time can be a balancing act, but making timely payments is important for a variety of reasons. When you obtain an auto loan or lease, you enjoy the benefits of having money to spend or a vehicle to drive when you need it. The creditor, in return, expects you to repay that money according to the terms of the agreement. If … Read More

What is credit monitoring and what can it do for you?

As a whole, Americans seemed to become more aware of their credit activity during the height of COVID-19. According to, credit card debt in America, collectively, reached a record high. But during 2020 and the beginning of 2021, consumers paid off billions of credit card debt and, together, reduced it by 9 percent – the lowest since 2017. However, as the “return to normalcy” … Read More