About Nemer Chrysler Jeep Dodge Ram of Queensbury, NY
The new and pre-owned inventories at Nemer Chrysler Jeep Dodge are fully stocked and awaiting your test drive. We generally carry 100+ Pre-owned Vehicles and 150+ New Vehicles on our lot. If our current inventory doesn't have the vehicle for which you're searching, you can fill out our CarFinder form so we can locate and attain your perfect match.
At Nemer Chrysler Dodge in Queensbury, NY, we strive to put each and every of our customers in the seat of their perfect vehicle, and at an excellent price. This is done with the help of our committed sales staff, financing department and everyone else at our customer friendly dealership.
We Build Jeeps: Most dealerships don't like custom Jeep projects but it's what we live for. Whether you're just looking for help deciding what to buy or if you're looking for a full rebuild of your Wrangler, we have the knowledge and expertise to make your dream Jeep a reality. Check out our current inventory of customized Jeeps, pick a stock jeep on our lot, or drive your current vehicle in and get it customized.
Jeep: A true original. Every Jeep® vehicle is authentic to its roots. You can spot a Jeep® vehicle a mile away with its trademark seven-slot grille, round headlamps and rugged stance. But owning a Jeep® vehicle is about more than just ruggedly refined good looks. The Jeep® brand wrote the book on 4x4. Having kept the flame of off-road capable vehicles burning for over 69 years, we're not about to let it go out. It's about shrugging off potholes, defying hills and having the capability to master any terrain - paved or not. The Jeep® Trail Rated® badge is our promise, our assurance of courageous capability. A Trail Rated Jeep® 4x4 is a dirt-throwing, snow-gripping, hill-defying, road-embracing, story-collecting machine. But just as important, it represents peace of mind and confidence. Currently Jeep produces the 2010 Commander, 2010 Compass, 2010 Grand Cherokee, 2010 Patriot, 2010 Wrangler and 2010 Wrangler Unlimited.
Dodge: Dodge is an American automaker that produces a line of passenger cars, pickup trucks, vans, commercial vehicles, cargo vans and sport utility vehicles. The company is based in Auburn Hills, Michigan. You can research Dodge new cars, trucks, vans and SUVs here on NemerDodge.com. Dodge's full-line range is quite broad. The company produces the high-performance Dodge Viper sports car, the Dodge Magnum wagon, a complete series of light- and medium-duty Dodge Ram pickup trucks, the light-duty Dodge Dakota pickup truck, the Dodge Durango sport utility vehicle and a variety of other commercial and consumer vehicles. The company recently unveiled the 2008 Dodge Challenger at the 2008 Chicago Auto Show. The Challenger is a throwback to the height of the muscle car era of the early 1970's and reflects the current trend in retro-themed styling. The Dodge Brothers, John Francis Dodge and Horace Elgin Dodge, originally operated the Dodge Brothers Bicycle & Machine Factory where they manufacture bearings and other machined parts for other automakers. In 1914, the Dodge Brothers started the Dodge Brothers Motor Vehicle Company that produced mid-range vehicles. Three years later in 1917 the Dodge Brothers started building trucks for the U.S. Army. In 1925, the Dodge Brothers sold their company to Dillon, Read & Company (a banking firm) for $146 million, the largest cash acquisition in history at the time. The Dillon, Read & Company sold Dodge just three years later in 1928 to Chrysler, where the brand remains to this day.
Chrysler: Chrysler LLC is the parent company to the Chrysler family of brands that includes Dodge, Jeep and Chrysler vehicle brands. Chrysler also produces a range of up-market passenger cars, sport utility vehicles and minivans under its own marque. You can research Chrysler new cars here on NemerChrysler.com. The Chrysler company was created by Walter P. Chrysler in 1925. The first Chrysler was a product of the Maxwell Motor Company released in 1924. In 1923, the company had phased out its Chalmers line of automobiles to make room for the powerful, inexpensive 6-cylinder Chrysler. The car was a success, and the Maxwell Motor Company was restructured into Chrysler and the Maxwell brand was dropped the same year. The Chrysler Corporation would go on to introduce or acquire a variety of well-known brands with Plymouth at the entry level and Imperial as a luxury vehicle. Passenger car and trucks brands found in between included the DeSoto, Dodge, Valiant (absorbed by Plymouth), Eagle, and Jeep amongst others.