Chrysler's 2009 FFV Line-Up Announced

The National Ethanol Vehicle Coalition is pleased to announce that during model year 2009, Chrysler Corporation, a member of the NEVC, will offer autos/light trucks/SUVs as Flexible Fuel E85 compatible in the upcoming year. The following is a list of the 2009 Chrysler FFV Line-Up.

Dodge:

2.7L Avenger
3.3L Grand Caravan
4.7L Dakota
4.7L Ram
4.7L Durango

Chrysler:
2.7L Sebring
3.3L Town and Country
4.7L Aspen

Jeep:
4.7L Commander
4.7L Grand Cherokee

"We commend Chrysler for their continued production of flexible fuel vehicles," said Executive Director of the NEVC, Phil Lampert. "As the price of fuel has risen, many consumers are looking for smaller engines in an FFV and the 2.7 liter Avenger and Sebring address that demand. We look forward to the introduction of additional E85 vehicles as Chrysler moves forward in its commitment to produce half of their entire production as flexible fuel by 2012."

For a complete listing of vehicles that are E85 compatible, go to www.E85Fuel.com. The NEVC 2009 FFV Purchasing Guide will also list all make and model FFVs in a full color printed document. To pre-order your guide, email order@e85fuel.com.

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