Why Buy From Elder Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram?
1798 East Highway 31, Athens, TX 75751
Welcome to Elder Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram, where our attitude is the difference! Family-owned and -operated since its inception over three decades ago, our Dodge and Ram dealership in Athens, TX, believes that every one of our customers should be treated like a member of the Elder family. When you visit our Texas Ram dealer, you’re always going to run into an Elder who will greet you with a smiling face and help you find exactly what you’re looking for. We make a substantial effort to reach out and converse with every person who enters our dealership looking for sales or service.
Quite simply, we don’t believe in having hooks or gimmicks to drive sales. We understand that if we provide you with superior treatment the first time you visit us, you’ll be sure to come back to us again in the future. We treat you like family and we always welcome our family members with open arms. Our business is driven by you — our loyal customers — and the way that Elder Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram treats the people who walk through our doors is what helps us forge long-lasting relationships over time.
More Reasons to Buy from Elder Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram
- Our dealership is not part of a major automotive group and isn’t held back by corporate restrictions, so our customers can enjoy no-pressure negotiations and transparent sales when they shop with us.
- We not only carry all your favorite Chrysler, Dodge, Ram and Jeep models, but we also have an extensive commercial truck and van inventory that could help you build your fleet!
- Elder Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram is a proud recipient of the Customer First Award for Excellence. Our Athens, TX, dealer is among a group of elite dealerships that have proven to provide the best sales and service experience.
- We are very involved in our East Texas community, supporting schools, events and local organizations. We sponsor the local chapters of the FFA (Future Farmers of America), give a $1,000 scholarship out to deserving students and we spend close to $100,000 a year on community outreach.