Chrysler service that goes the extra mile!
Aspen Auto Clinic invests in the tools, information systems and training to fix your vehicle right the first time. Chrysler’s are repaired and maintained at better than dealer quality every day at Aspen Auto Clinic. If you want honesty, quality, integrity, world class customer service, and an unmatched 3 year, 36,000 warranty, then call us today.
Better Than Dealership Service…
Aspen Auto Clinic only hires the best ASE certified technicians to work on your Chrysler. Aspen Auto Clinic is Colorado Springs most trusted name in Chrysler auto repair statewide, both in Colorado Springs and Denver. Our technicians are nothing short of “Field engineers” that not only know how to properly repair your vehicle, they know what needs to be done to keep them on the road safely!
The Longest Warranties in the Business
Aspen Auto Clinic stands behind our repairs with a 3 year/36,000 mile warranty on part AND labor that is unmatched. When it comes to customer service that will treat you right and Chrysler auto repair that will do the same for your vehicle, there’s no better choice than Aspen Auto Clinic. Call us today to schedule your Chrysler service!
Schedule an appointment or call us about your Chrysler – you will be glad you did!
In 1924, Walter Chrysler introduced the Chrysler automobile to America, It was a welcome addition to the growing line-up of affordable 6-cylinder cars. Today, Chrysler owns the Chrysler, Dodge, Jeep, RAM, and GEMCAR brands. Chrysler LLC was owned by Cerberus Capital Management, L.P., from May 2007 to April 30, 2009. At that time, Chrysler LLC filed for bankruptcy protection under Chapter 11 of the bankruptcy code and announced that it would go into partnership with Fiat, an Italian automobile maker. Fiat owns 20% of the new company and may increase its stake to 35% and eventually 51%. In June 2009, a “New Chrysler” was launched, with the U.S. government providing $6.6 billion in financing. The company is now moving in the direction of hybrid and electric cars, with three hybrids on the drawing board: the Chrysler Aspen, Dodge Durango, and Dodge Ram (which will have Hemi engines).