Dollar Thrifty Signs Long-Term Vehicle Supply Agreement with Chrysler Group

Dollar Thrifty Automotive Group Inc. announced June 25 that it signed a multi-year vehicle supply agreement with Chrysler Group LLC. The agreement will allow Dollar Thrifty to source a portion of its annual vehicle purchases through Chrysler Group’s 2015 program year.

“Dollar Thrifty Automotive Group and Chrysler Group have had a long and mutually successful history,” said Scott Thompson, president, CEO and chairman of the board of Dollar Thrifty. “We are pleased to secure a new, long-term vehicle supply agreement which will give us access to Chrysler Group’s very popular product offerings through the 2015 program year.”

Dollar Thrifty noted that it also has a long-term vehicle supply agreement in place with Ford Motor Co. to source vehicles through program year 2013 and has historically sourced vehicles through a variety of other quality manufacturers, including General Motors, Nissan, Kia, Mitsubishi and Hyundai. For 2013, the company is also pleased to report two new supplier relationships, adding Mazda and Volkswagen products to its fleet.

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  1. Don Burgner [ June 27, 2012 @ 12:05PM ]

    Licensees are looking forward to participating in DTG's new fleet programs.

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