Dodge Giving Free Maintenance on New Durango Citadel and Journey Lux

Dodge is introducing a new complimentary maintenance program on two of its new vehicles, the Durango Citadel and Journey Lux. The program, which Dodge and Mopar are providing, features no cost maintenance for three years or 36,000 miles.

The "No-cost Maintenance Plus" plan includes oil changes every three months or 3,000 miles, factory scheduled and recommended maintenance every 6,000 miles, car rental allowance while the vehicle is in the dealership service repair shop overnight, $0 deductible, towing and roadside assistance.

Dodge Durango Citadel

2011 Dodge Durango Citadel

The towing and roadside assistance is available up to $100 each instance and includes towing, flat tire change, battery jump, out-of-gas two-gallon fuel delivery and lockout service.

"The new Dodge Durango Citadel and Journey Lux models are loaded with features and content typically found on competitor vehicles priced tens of thousands of dollars more," said Ralph Gilles, president and CEO, Dodge Brand. "This new no-cost maintenance plus plan gives our loyal customers, as well as customers who are discovering the Dodge brand for the first time, unparalleled peace of mind."

Dodge says the complimentary maintenance plan has a retail value of $1,100.

Dodge says its 2011 Durango Citadel has standard features like 20-inch chrome-clad wheels, seven-passenger Nappa leather seats, heated and ventilated front seats, perforated leather heated steering wheel, adaptive cruise control, blind-spot/rear cross-path detection, forward-collision warning, sunroof, Garmin navigation radio and high-intensity discharged (HID) headlamps.

The 2011 Dodge Journey Lux has standard features like seven-passenger seating, Parkview rear backup camera, ParkSense rear park assist system, Uconnect Touch 8.4N, heated leather seats, universal garage door opener, premium instrument cluster, premium speaker group and 19-inch chrome-clad aluminum wheels.