Fiat Chrysler Group make Brexit pledge | Car Talk - Car News Sep 2019

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16:31 Monday 23 Sep 2019

With the 31st October rapidly approaching, at least one Brexit deal has been agreed.

Any Fiat, Abarth, Alfa Romeo, or Jeep model ordered before that date will have its price fixed regardless of when it is delivered, parent company Fiat Chrysler Automobiles has confirmed.

“We’re aware that questions around Brexit may cause concern for customers buying cars from European brands, but our ‘Deal or No Deal’ campaign will reassure our customers that the price of the car they order won’t change, even for post-Brexit deliveries”, said the firm’s UK managing director Arnaud Leclerc.

The fixed price agreement applies to all models in the Fiat, Abarth, Alfa Romeo, and Jeep ranges, regardless of any currency fluctuations or import tariffs post-Brexit.

For full terms and conditions please contact your local Fiat Chrysler retailer.


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