Published Wednesday, January 22
Tags: 300, Auto Show, Challenger, charger, cherokee, chrysler, click click car, Dart, Detroit, dodge, Grand Caravan, jeep, NAIAS, North American International Auto Show, Terry Bean
I walk around and talk about cars. Fortunately, after my work with Click Click Car and Ray Laethem Motor Village, I happen to know some things about them. There’s a couple of fun moments in here and a few things I wish I hadn’t said. Although, it’s better than what didn’t make the final cut. LOL
Our client, Ray Laethem Motor Village has a special offer for folks living in Grand Rapids. He wants to give you employee pricing. Why? Because he can.
RLMV is a “volume dealer”. This means that the more cars they sell, the more cars they get to sell. As such, the better the pricing they get which translates into the best pricing they can offer. You can learn more about this and see a special message from Jeff Laethem by clicking Grand Rapids Chrysler Jeep Employee Discount.
How does this help you on the other side of the state? Well, they’ve made it easy to do business with them, that’s for sure. They will send someone to you to appraise the value of your car. It’s very easy to “shop” online for the exact vehicle you want. You can pick out vehicle type, color, interior qualities and darn near everything else on the web. In fact, the only thing you can’t do is “take it for a spin” online.
Once you’ve settled on a car, the “paperwork” can be handled online too. After that, they will arrange a time and place to drop off your new vehicle to you. This whole process is so easy and automated, you’ll likely spend more time giving directions to the driver than you do dealing with other issues. That’s not true, they have GPS 😉
Ray Laethem Motor Village is looking forward to providing Grand Rapids residents with the car purchasing experience you all deserve.
My friends (and in full disclaimer mode, Clients) at Ray Laethem Motor Village gave me the keys to a shiny black Dodge Charger SXT last week. I took it for a test drive and even though it had the V6 I liked it much better than my 2008 Charger RT.
Here is a video of the 2012 Charger that I took after my drive. In it I talk about the car, it’s features and some of the things that really stood out to me like:
The paddle shifters
The very smooth 8 speed transmission
The heated and cooled cup holders (loved them)
The over the top cool technology in the Uconnect.
The general styling of the car.
All in all, this is a great ride. And if you click on the link about the Charger SXT you will see the great price offered at Ray Laethem Motor Village.