‘Everything We Do Is Driven By You:’ O’Connor Chrysler has earned the 2021 DealerRater Dealer of the Year and Consumer Satisfaction Awards.

‘Everything We Do Is Driven By You:’ O’Connor Chrysler has earned the 2021 DealerRater Dealer of the Year and Consumer Satisfaction Awards.

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O’Connor Chrysler in Chilliwack has been awarded the 2021 DealerRater Dealer of the Year and Consumer Satisfaction Awards.

The prestigious awards recognize auto dealerships across the U.S. and Canada that deliver outstanding customer service, based on consumer reviews.

“Car buyers have spoken and have identified O’Connor Chrysler as the best Chrysler, Dodge, Jeep and Ram dealer to do business with in British Columbia,” said DealerRater General Manager Jamie Oldershaw. “The quality and number of reviews for O’Connor Chrysler speak volumes of the top-notch experiences they provide to customers.”

O’Connor Chrysler has demonstrated consistently high PowerScore™ ratings for customer satisfaction, placing it at the top of its class.

The DealerRater Dealer of the Year Awards is based on reviews by new- and used-car shoppers and those who took their vehicles into dealerships for service. Reviewers evaluated O’Connor Chrysler on its customer service, quality of work, friendliness, pricing, and overall experience.

At O’Connor, they strive to make buying or leasing a new vehicle a pleasant and rewarding experience, working hard to get you into the vehicle you have always wanted.

Their primary concern is the satisfaction of their customers, caring about you and not the bottom line. That is why they have No Dealer Fees and a non-commission sales staff, the dealer notes.

The O’Connor Team would like to thank every one of their customers for helping them to achieve this special honour. Moving into a new year they’re excited for all that 2021 has to offer and continuing to provide excellence in service to the community.

“Everything We Do Is Driven By You:” Learn more at 1-800-651-6169 or visit 45730 Hocking Ave., or online at oconnorchrysler.com



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