Service NET

¿QUÉ ES MOPAR® SERVICE NET?

Es un sistema de Posventa para nuestros Clientes FLOTILLEROS, el cual cuenta con facturación centralizada y línea de crédito, a través de la financiera para la atención inmediata a los vehículos de Flotilla en cualquiera de los puntos de Servicio y Refacciones de la Red de FCA México.

Los servicios que ofrece son:

Servicios de Mantenimiento Preventivo y Correctivo Venta de Refacciones

El cliente podrá llevar sus vehículos a cualquiera de nuestros Distribuidores autorizados FCA México y tener la seguridad que el servicio se realice correctamente y con refacciones originales Mopar®, sin tener que pagar de inmediato y con el soporte de la marca para tener un mejor control en el manejo de su Flotilla./p>

PROCESO PARA REPARACIONES La principal diferencia con respecto a los servicios de mantenimiento, es que se llevará a cabo el diagnóstico y evaluación del vehículo y en base a esto, se tendrá que llevar a cabo el presupuesto que le será enviado para su aprobación.

PROCESO PARA REFACCIONES

Este proceso existe cuando el Cliente solo requiera de las Refacciones para sus vehículos sin la necesidad de ingresarlos al área de Servicio. PASOS A SEGUIR

Ya puedes obtener los beneficios de Mopar Service Net. Solo tienes que hacer lo siguiente:

Ram Trucks was established as a division of Chrysler in 2010, as a spin-off from the Dodge brand, and using the name of the popular Dodge Ram line of pickups that is now sold under the Ram banner.[1] According to Chrysler, the Ram Trucks brand will concentrate on "real truck customers," rather than casual truck buyers who buy trucks for image or style.[2] The Ram brand was created following Chrysler's acquisition by Italian automaker Fiat S.p.A., and the plans called for Dodge switching to an exclusively car-based lineup with all pickup and future heavy-duty trucks by Chrysler being sold under the Ram brand. This was to start in the 2009 calendar year. The Fiat Ducato cargo van design has been adopted and is sold as the Ram ProMaster in North American markets, filling the gap created when Daimler ended production of the Dodge Sprinter in 2008. The goal was to increase truck sales "from today's 280,000 to 415,000 by 2014".[3] Executives at Chrysler have stated their intention to compete in the semi-trailer truck category with Ram, a possibility that is aided by Fiat's ownership of Iveco and an already available network of Dodge dealers. Even though the Ram trucks are marketed separately from Dodge cars, former Ram Division President Fred Diaz stated, "Ram trucks will always and forever be Dodges. Ram will always have the Dodge emblem inside and outside and they will be 'vinned' (Vehicle Identification Number) as a Dodge. We need to continue to market as Ram so Dodge can have a different brand identity: hip, cool, young, energetic. That will not fit the campaign for truck buyers. The two should have distinct themes. (However Ram Trucks are now 'vinned' as Ram.)"[4] In April 2013, former CEO Fred Diaz left RAM to serve as vice president of Nissan's divisional sales and marketing. He was replaced by Reid Bigland.[5] In August 2014, Ram truck brand CEO Reid Bigland was tapped to lead the Alfa Romeo brand in North America. It was announced that the new head of the Ram Trucks brand would be longtime Chrysler employee Robert Hegbloom, who joined Chrysler in 1986 and had previously been a director for the Dodge brand.[6] The Ram brand logo features the head of a ram, formerly the logo used by Dodge.