Mopar has announced it has opened its 1,000th ‘Mopar Express Lane’ service center in the U.S., a quick, convenient, no-appointment-needed service station for Fiat Chrysler customers.
“Reaching our 1,000th operational Mopar Express Lane location reinforces the commitment of our brand and our dealerships to providing a top-notch customer experience,” said Mopar head Pietro Gorlier.
The 1,000th Express Lane storefront was opened at an FCA dealer in Bradley, Illinois. Store owner David Taylor and local dignitaries joined Gorlier in an official opening ceremony for the store and together welcomed its first-ever customer .
“We’re honored to open our garage doors today as the 1,000th Mopar Express Lane store,” said Taylor. “This facility was developed with a customer-centric approach and we trust our clients will love the exclusive amenities, convenient service and the confidence that comes from having their vehicles maintained by factory-trained technicians.”
As part of the launch, two-time NHRA Funny Car champion Matt Hagan also stopped by with his Mopar Express Lane Dodge Charger R/T Funny Car. Attendees also had the chance to win tickets to the upcoming Route 66 NHRA Nationals in Joliet, Illinois this week.
Mopar Express Lane was first introduced in 2008 and offers oil changes and light maintenance services. The storefronts also carry Magneti Marelli by Mopar parts, allowing them to service FCA vehicles of all types and even non-FCA cars as well.