Towbin Automotive celebrates Ram Truck Month


Towbin Automotive is celebrating Ram Truck Month in February. Towbin Dodge Superstore and Prestige Chrysler Jeep Dodge will celebrate with discounts on the 2013 and 2014 Motor Trend Truck of the Year Ram 1500.

Throughout February and in early March, Towbin Dodge and Prestige will offer thousands of dollars in savings on select Ram trucks. Both Towbin dealerships will offer special discounts on select models of the 2014 RAM 1500.

The Ram 1500 offers a new EcoDiesel option, which helped the pickup beat its opposition in the Truck of the Year competition. The Ram 1500 EcoDiesel V6 model comes with a standard eight-speed TorqueFlite transmission, which boasts a towing capacity of as much as 9,200 pounds. The combination of the EcoDiesel engine and transmission helped propel the 1500 ahead of the competition in efficiency, boasting 28 miles per gallon “real highway.”

Truck Month discounts will be offered at Towbin Dodge Superstore at 275 Auto Mall Drive, and Prestige Chrysler Jeep Dodge at 6520 Centennial Center Blvd.

Towbin Dodge Superstore is the flagship dealership of the automotive group. Offering the largest selection of Dodge and Ram vehicles in Nevada, the superstore has been named the No. 1 Dodge dealership in the nation, and has been ranked above average in customer satisfaction for more than 10 years.

With the full lineups from Chrysler and Jeep to complement their Dodge selections, Prestige Chrysler Jeep Dodge, which opened in April 2010, has been named the No. 1 Chrysler, Jeep Wrangler and Jeep Grand Cherokee dealership in Nevada. Consistently above the national average for customer satisfaction, Prestige prides itself in providing the utmost in customer service.

For more information about Towbin Dodge Superstore, call 702-558-3800 or visit www.towbindodge.com. For more information on Prestige Chrysler Jeep Dodge, call 702-309-8000 or visit www.PrestigeCJD.com. Follow both dealerships on Facebook at www.facebook.com/towbinautomotive.

 

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