Chrysler Owner’s Corner: Owner Connect

Since the launch of, countless buyers have used the intuitive online shopping tools to locate exactly the right Chrysler vehicle to fit their needs and budget. But even when a driver finds the perfect vehicle—the Chrysler 200 Limited, for example—there’s no reason to remove Chrysler from the list of favorite bookmarks. In fact, here are five good reasons why all Chrysler owners should check out and sign up for an account on the exclusive Owner Site via

  • Registering is easy – It only takes a few minutes to set up your Owner Site account, and if you purchased your vehicle from a certified Chrysler dealer, your car will automatically appear on your profile page. If you purchased your Chrysler vehicle elsewhere—from a private seller, for instance—you have the option of adding it to your account by inputting the vehicle’s VIN.
  • Keep track of multiple vehicles – Chances are, if you’re a fan of Chrysler vehicles, you may have more than one in the family—and maybe more than two. With your Owner Site account, you can enter up to four VINs and navigate easily between all four. Why is this important? See our next point.
  • Maintenance and care – By automatically updating your online records each time you have your vehicle(s) serviced at the dealer, your Owner Site account helps to make it easier than ever to keep track of your vehicle’s maintenance history. And by the way, it’s not just history you can access—your account will provide you with a helpful future maintenance schedule based on your vehicle’s make, model, and mileage.
  • Mopar® Glovebox – This catch-all feature, located at the bottom of the dashboard (homepage), provides access to countless other sub-features. Need a new owner manual? This is where to find it. Want to learn about your SiriusXM™ radio options? The info is available. Do you need to know the towing capacity for your 2012 Chrysler Town & Country? The Mopar® Glovebox has your answer.

At Chrysler, we work constantly to improve your ownership experience, so be sure to log in regularly to see what’s new in the exclusive Owner Site.

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