Dodge and Mopar announce downloadable smartphone application

Article by Christian A., on January 24, 2011

Dodge and Mopar will be launching a downloadable smartphone application that will provide access to a new bundle of services offered for all Dodge vehicles. This free application will initially be released for the new Dodge Durango and Charger owners. Starting mid-January, it will also be compatible with Avenger, Journey and Grand Caravan.

The application is developed by Michigan-based Tweddle Group. It is only available in the U.S. and is compatible with Apple's iPhone, Blackberry devices and Android smartphones.

Pietro Gorlier, President – Mopar Service, Parts and Customer Care, Chrysler Group LLC, said that Dodge's new vehicle-information application is part of its company’s customer care initiatives. He also said that this software “creates a convenient, on-demand channel of communication” with its customers.

The package offers access to Customer Care and 24-hour road-side assistance, product-feature video demonstrations and connections with other owners through the company's brands on social media sites. Furthermore, each application will give details including vehicle operating instructions, vehicle maintenance schedules, service contract details, warning lights and controls, warranty information and customer assistance.

The new Dodge smartphone vehicle-information apps should complement current user guides and DVDs that come with each vehicle. Each app should enable customers to access functional categories and view detailed topics of interest related to their vehicle.

Major features include product information, vehicle maintenance schedules and vehicle operating instructions as well as service contract details, warranty information, warning lights and controls and customer assistance.

The app also features links to Mopar parts and accessories, social media sites and product brand gear and merchandise and comes with high-resolution product information images and videos. Dodge is a brand of cars, crossovers, minivans and SUVs that are built to be agile, sensible and daring.

For the 2011 model year, Dodge is introducing six all-new or significantly redesigned vehicles as well as new lifestyle packages all designed to cater to the wants and needs of its customers. Dodge has been actively involved in new events and sponsorships. It has been developing relationships with its enthusiasts while reaching out to customers seeking cars that make them crave for more.

Press Release

Dodge Brand and Mopar Introduce Vehicle Information Smartphone Applications

The Dodge brand and Mopar are making it easier than ever for owners to connect with their vehicles, giving electronic information at their fingertips with a free, new smartphone application.

The new Mopar apps provide vehicle operation, maintenance and warranty information, as well as product feature video demonstrations, connections with fellow owners via the company's brands on social media sites and access to customer care and 24-hour road-side assistance. Because the system is digital, it also allows Dodge to make updates to the "electronic" owner's manual in real-time.

"Dodge vehicles feature the latest technology to keep our active customers connected and on the move," said Ralph Gilles, President and CEO — Dodge Car Brand. "This is an example of how we are better connecting with our Dodge owners, responding to their needs and growing our relationship with them."

New Dodge Durango and Charger owners can now download vehicle information applications to select personal smartphones. The new Mopar feature, developed by Michigan-based Tweddle Group, is designed to support vehicles in the U.S. market. The applications will first be available for iPhone and later for BlackBerry and Android devices on major mobile carriers. Applications for the Avenger, Journey and Grand Caravan will be available in mid-January 2011.

"Dodge's new vehicle-information application is part of our company's customer care initiatives and creates a convenient, on-demand channel of communication with our customers," said Pietro Gorlier, President – Mopar Service, Parts and Customer Care, Chrysler Group LLC. "This communication will enhance customer experience with a source for owners and potential owners to learn about Dodge products."

Application Features

These new Dodge smartphone vehicle information apps will complement existing user guides and DVDs that are currently provided with each vehicle. Each vehicle-information app will allow the consumer to browse functional categories and view detailed topics of interest relative to their specific vehicle.

Key feature categories include product information, vehicle operating instructions, vehicle maintenance schedules, service contract details, warning lights and controls, warranty information and customer assistance. Other features and benefits include links to Mopar parts and accessories, product brand gear and merchandise and social media sites. The app will also contain high-resolution product information images and videos.

About Dodge

Dodge is a full line of cars, crossovers, minivans and SUVs that are agile, daring, sensible and inventive. The brand is on a tear for the 2011 model year, redefining itself with six all-new or significantly redesigned new vehicles, introducing new lifestyle packages designed to better meet the needs of its customers, launching catchy new ads that have started conversations with owners and potential owners, actively participating in new events and sponsorships and developing relationships with its long-loyal enthusiast base, as well as reaching out to customers who want cars that leave them wanting more.

For the 2011 model year, the Dodge brand is filling dealer showrooms with a vast array of new and updated products. The Dodge product line includes the all-new Dodge Durango and Dodge Charger, significantly revamped Grand Caravan, Journey, Avenger and Challenger, and the Dodge Caliber and Dodge Nitro.

Topics: dodge, mopar, app

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