Mopar Value Line A/C Evaporators Offer Mopar Quality Priced to Compete

Mopar Value Line A/C Evaporators Offer Mopar Quality Priced to Compete

Mopar has launched its new Value Line A/C Evaporators, one of more than 20 new Value Line products that will arrive throughout 2007. These A/C Evaporators, like all Mopar Value Line products, offer a great-value alternative Mopar part to service Chrysler, Dodge and Jeep vehicles.

Mopar has launched its new Value Line A/C Evaporators, one of more than 20 new Value Line products that will arrive throughout 2007. These A/C Evaporators, like all Mopar Value Line products, offer a great-value alternative Mopar part to service Chrysler, Dodge and Jeep vehicles.

Mopar has introduced the new Value Line A/C Evaporators to offer a viable alternative to Chrysler group customers, especially as A/C service demand increases during the spring months. Value Line A/C Evaporators meet Mopar’s strict quality guidelines and engineering specifications. They even include the use of an anti-corrosive coating on each Evaporator. Mopar Value Line A/C Evaporators offer Chrysler, Dodge and Jeep customers a great part at a great price.

“Our customers need the option of a value alternative to the O.E. replacement — one that is still engineered precisely to fit their vehicles,” explained Susan Stanley, Mopar repair parts product line manager. “Mopar’s new Value Line A/C Evaporators offer Mopar quality that is priced to compete against the aftermarket, which equals one great value.”

Mopar will continue to introduce over twenty new Value Line products throughout 2007. All Mopar Value Line parts are engineering approved, application specific, and maintain original equipment form, fit and function. Each part is covered by Mopar’s 12-month/unlimited mile limited warranty and, best of all, Value Line parts are competitively priced to offer Chrysler group customers great parts at a great price.

Mopar is the official parts, service and accessories division of the Chrysler Group, providing factory service parts and accessories for all Chrysler, Dodge and Jeep vehicles. For more information on Mopar Value Line products, contact your local Chrysler, Dodge or Jeep dealer, or visit www.mopar.com.

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