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Hiring Now for Service Department Positions

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We are HIRING NOW!  Are you looking for a Career in Automotive Service and/or Parts?  We are currently expanding and looking for experienced and apprentice applicants to help us build our team to keep up with our growth.  
 
Immediate openings include but are not limited to:
- Lube Technician
- Service Technician
- Parts Technician
... and more.
 
Email your resume to our Service Manager at fred@leducchrysler.com
Qualified candidates will be contacted for an interview.

 
Be part of our 70 year journey as your 'No-Hassles, No-Nonsense' local dealership since 1952.
 
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Customer Satisfaction Matters to Us

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At Leduc Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram you'll find a different dealership experience. Since we opened our doors in 1952 we've had one thought in mind: treat every customer with the same respect and attention that we would offer to our friends and family. After 70 years of serving the people of Leduc, Edmonton and the surrounding Alberta communities, we know that was the right decision.

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We are proud to be named the 2021 Dodge Dealer of Canada by Dealer Rater. Find out how we can help you and be a part of our 70 year journey as your…
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Chrysler engines from 1969 ranked: the 426 Hemi, LA 340, and 440 Six Pack

We all know that when it comes to Chrysler there's always been a commitment to engine quality and innovation for their vehicles - from the experimental semi-successes of self-developed models in the vein of the Chrysler turbine engine, straight through to collaborative efforts that include the advancements towards the modern Hemi engine - there's certainly a variety of technological promises that stand above and beyond when you take even a cursory glance at the Chrysler engine catalogue.

The 426 Hemi: The Elephant

 

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Chrysler's original pushbutton transmission vs new rotary shifter

Chrysler is known for their automotive innovations and their effect on the industry - from the placement of transmission shifts in the order of Park-Reverse-Neutral-Drive-Low, to the contributions to fuel efficient engine models, there's plenty we can focus on.

Today, however, we're going to be covering the difference between the old pushbutton transmission and the new rotary shifters.

Chrysler's original pushbutton transmission vs new rotary shifter

 

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Chrysler's Innovation History in Automatic Transmission

FIAT Chrysler Automobile is a company with over 200,000 employees worldwide and has, in one form or another, existed for over a hundred years. As such it probably comes with little surprise that there are more than a few revolutionary contributions to the automotive industry worth pointing to and discussing.

Today, we're going to be discussing the history of automatic transmission - which, if you consider the new rotary shifter, is certainly an aspect the company is continuing to make a priority. 

Chrysler's history of innovation in automatic transmission

 

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The 2.7-litre EcoBoost V6 Engine vs. 6.7-litre Turbo Diesel Engine

When it comes down to engines there are some names that just stand out - so join us for a moment as we explore the differences in power and opportunity that you'll find by comparing the Cummins Turbo Diesel and the Ford EcoBoost engines.

It doesn't seem like much of a competition, really - and that's the point. Whether you're crossing over to other diesel-powered motors or you focus on models that have earned a reputation for standing out in a crowd - as the EcoBoost certainly does within the Ford lineup - it's difficult to find any true…

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The Origins of the Chrysler 360 V8 to 5.7 Hemi

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The years leading up to the 1970s saw their share of advancements in engine design and development practices that aimed to improve power and efficiency in a bid to get ahead of the competition and take centre stage by offering drivers the superior driving machine they deserved. This was as true for the development and leap in progress for Chrysler as it was for any of the Big Three and made way for clever innovations that concept cars that included the Chrysler Turbine Car and many others.

 

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