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Jeep Wrangler Auto Insurance Program: Will Chrysler Financial's Jeep Insurance Save You Money?


If you own a Jeep Wrangler and youre having trouble closing the deal on an affordable auto insurance policy, you might want to check out what Chrysler has cooking for you. Chrysler has its very own auto insurance program for all Chrysler, Jeep and Dodge vehicles. Not only this, but the popular automaker promises that you will save big if you switch today.

According to Chrysler Financial, the average driver who switches to the Jeep Auto Insurance Program today will save an average of $398 per year. And, the program has a number of special perks besides solid savings on auto insurance. For starters, the program offers a $100 deductible waiver. What this means is, up to a $100 on your deductible is waived when insurance repairs are made at any Chrysler, Jeep or Dodge dealership. This also means theres more flexibility and convenience when choosing a repair center.

Next, the Jeep Wrangler Auto Insurance Program offers 24-hour roadside assistance at no additional cost as well as a number of safe driver discounts. Safe driver discounts are awarded to individuals that have successfully completed a defensive driving course. Discounts are also offered for multi-vehicle policies and added safety features. No matter what the make and model of the other vehicles in your household, the program will cover it.

The Jeep Wrangler Auto insurance program also features genuine Mopar Parts on all covered repairs. Mopar parts are guaranteed for as long as you own your vehicle. According to the Chrysler Financial website, this is a guarantee no other automobile insurer can make. In addition, the program offers guaranteed collision repairs at authorized Jeep dealerships for as long as you own your Wrangler. It is important to note that the resale value of your Jeep Wrangler is protected and your factory warranty will not be affected in any way. 

If youre ready to switch from your current auto insurance carrier to the Jeep Auto Insurance Program, you dont have to wait for your existing auto insurance policy to expire. Once you make the switch, your current carrier is required to issue a refund for the unused policy premium.

While the average savings for the program are around $398 per year, there are several factors involved in calculating premiums. These include year, make and model of the vehicle, driving habits, driving record, and credit history. The coverage you choose is also a factor. If you want to make sure you are eligible for the lowest rates, check your credit report and driving record. If they are up to par, then you can expect to cash in on average savings.

FYI From Chrysler Financial:

The Chrysler, Jeep, and Dodge Auto Insurance programs offer, auto insurance to owners of Chrysler, Jeep and Dodge vehicles through policies provided by 21st Century Insurance and Financial Services. You may choose either the Chrysler, Jeep or Dodge Auto Insurance program based on the vehicle you drive. And, while exclusive coverage benefits apply to the Chrysler, Jeep and Dodge vehicles, other vehicles may be insured regardless of make or model. www.chryslerfinancial.com

Michelle Burton is a published author and contributing editor for Auto Insurance Tips, Trouvé Media, Internet Brands, and Publications International, Ltd.
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