This new ‘Multifunction’ split tailgate will debut on the 2019 Ram 1500

The 60/40-split swing-out tailgate reportedly aids in loading and cleaning

by ALEX REID  | FEBRUARY 6, 2019

Ram has upgraded the tailgate on its 2019 1500 pickup truck with its latest and greatest idea: the Multifunction Tailgate.

The Multifunction Tailgate features a 60/40 split and can be opened swing-away barn-door-style, making it easier to load and unload the bed, or to step up into it.

Forklift loading is now an option, too, and this should make it easier to wash the bed.

The tailgate is fully dampened, and can also drop down like a regular tailgate.

The doors can be opened independently of each other, which is helpful when a trailer is attached, because it doesn’t require it to be unhooked. Each door can swing up to 88 degrees and retains its 907-kg load rating.

“The Ram Multifunction Tailgate is intuitive to operate, and owners will find it immediately useful,” says Reid Bigland, head of Ram brand. “Combined with Ram’s class-exclusive RamBox feature and new tailgate step, we’re taking Ram’s cargo management and storage to the next level.”

On top of the versatile bed, the Ram 1500 can be optioned with RamBox cargo management, which includes lockable storage in the bed rails with a 115-volt400-watt outlet.

The Multifunction Tailgate will be available in the second quarter of 2019 and can be added to any of the seven Ram 1500 trim levels.

2019 Ram 1500 to start at $42,095 — but there’s a catch

Canada-only Ram Sport to start at $52,595 when new truck range goes on sale this spring

The all-new 2019 Ram 1500 will start at $42,095 in Quad Cab trim when it goes on sale in Canada this spring, FCA Canada announced March 8.

Production of Regular Cab will not begin until later in the year, and the pricing for those models will be announced closer to their on-sale date.

For now, $42,095 will get you the base model Tradesman Quad Cab 4×2, though the range will top out with Limited Crew Cab 4×4 V-8, available at $74,195 in Canada (all prices listed are before a $1,895 destination fee).

Turning the 3.6-litre Pentastar V-6 mild hybrid in the Tradesman and Big Horn models into a 5.7-litre HEMI V-8 with eight-speed automatic will tack on an additional $1,900 to that price. The eTorque mild hybrid system will similarly cost a $500 premium on the other trims standard with the HEMI.

The Canada-exclusive Ram Sport also got a sticker figure today: $52,595 for a Quad Cab 4×2, or a premium of about $10,000 versus any similar configuration Tradesman model. The Sport, unveiled at last month’s Toronto auto show, gets a monochromatic exterior with special badging and unique hood and appearance pieces.


NEW FOR 2019

Completely redesigned for 2018, the 2019 Wrangler (JL) will add a diesel-engine option and may also receive a new special-edition model. A Wrangler pickup will probably join the lineup in the next couple years.


The Wrangler is a purpose-built, off-road body-on-frame SUV available in two- and four-door body styles. Price wise, the Wrangler slots above the Renegade, Compass, and Cherokee and below the Grand Cherokee.

The four trim levels for the 2018 Wrangler (Sport, Sport S, Rubicon, and Sahara) will likely carry over and could be joined by new trims and special-edition models.

The Sport model should continue as the base model and for 2018 comes standard with 17-inch black steel wheels, a Command-Trac four-wheel-drive system with a two-speed transfer case, a 5.0-inch multimedia touchscreen with Bluetooth, a zipperless Sunrider soft top, a rearview camera, tow hooks, and skid plates. The more luxurious Sahara model will keep its 18-inch wheels, side steps, a 7.0-inch infotainment system touchscreen with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, a 7.0-inch instrument cluster display, and dual-zone climate control. The rugged Rubicon will continue with large off-road tires, front and rear locking Dana 44 axles, the Rock-Trac four-wheel drive system, an electronic disconnecting front sway bar, and off-road rock rails.


Expect to see the 285-hp 3.6-liter V-6 and 270-hp 2.0-liter turbo-four return in 2019, in addition to the six-speed manual and eight-speed automatic transmissions. A new turbodiesel V-6 will join the lineup, making around 440 lb-ft of torque. For 2018 models, EPA-rated fuel economy ratings for the 3.6-liter V-6 ranged between 17/25 mpg city/highway and 17/23 mpg. Jeep may add a plug-in hybrid powertrain option by 2020.


Driver assist safety features are located in the Active Safety group on the 2018 model, and include blind-spot monitoring with rear cross-traffic alert, rear parking sensors, and LED taillights. A rearview camera is standard.


The 2018 Wrangler offers 31.7 cubic feet of cargo behind the rear seats and 72.4 with the rear seats folded down.


The Wrangler will still likely offer a 5.0-, 7.0-, and 8.4-inch multimedia touchscreens and optional SiriusXM satellite radio, Apple CarPlay, Android Auto, and a navigation system. The standard eight-speaker audio system and the optional nine-speaker Alpine system should carry over.


We concluded our First Drive review of the 2018 Jeep Wrangler by saying, “If you went to an automaker today and asked them to build a two-door body-on-frame trucklet with a convertible roof and almost no cargo space—riding on live axles (and oh yeah, the windshield needs to fold down and you should be able to take the doors off and hose out the waterproof interior)—you’d be laughed out of the room.”

“This Wrangler, this iconic Jeep, exists because it’s always existed, and this new one is the best one yet,” we said. “No, Jeep faithful, they didn’t ruin it. They didn’t even make it just as good as the old one. They made it better in every way.”

In a First Test review, we concluded by saying: “Just about the only place the new 2018 Wrangler can’t match the old is in price. With JK Wranglers already flying off the lots, Jeep upped prices across the board on its new JL Wrangler … but given how much nicer the new Wrangler drives and the newfound interior quality, it’s worth the premium.”


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2019 Ram 1500 is Motortrend Truck of the Year

Source: MotorTrend

Americans ask more of our trucks than we do of any other vehicle. In any given week, the average half-ton pickup might find itself commuting like a sedan, hauling a bed full of bricks and sand, towing some Jet Skis, navigating muddy ranchland, or exploring off-road trails. It’s no wonder that we bought 2.8 million of the things last year.

The best-selling pickup in the United States last year—and indeed in every year for the past four decades—has been the Ford F-Series. But our 2019 Truck of the Year should give pause to prospective Blue Oval loyalists (or buyers of any truck, for that matter) because there isn’t a truck out there that so precisely hits the diverse needs of the segment better than the 2019 Ram 1500.

The fifth-generation Ram 1500 is the latest in a long line of evolutionary leaps for Fiat ChryslerAutomobiles’ bread-and-butter truck. The newest version, more than any other, seems poised to meet the needs of the 21st century truck buyer, with more variety, capability, comfort, convenience, and value than ever before.


Beauty is in the eye of the beholder, but there’s no arguing that Ram retains its reputation for stylish functionality. “Best-in-class: sophisticated without going over the top,” editor-in-chief Ed Loh said.

The 2019 Ram 1500’s clean-sheet redesign throws out many of the design cues we’ve come to expect from a Ram pickup—while still being unmistakably Ram. Gone are the crosshair grilles, mini-Mack fenders, and even the traditional Ram badge in most places. Instead, the 1500 provides buyers a choice of seven grilles and three head- and taillamp designs. Its 15 wheel designs feature stronger six-bolt hubs, ranging from an off-road-friendly 18 inches to an urban cowboy 22-inch style. And that’s on top of your typical pickup choices of extended or crew cab and bed sizes of either 5-foot-7 or 6-foot-4. A regular cab and 8-foot bed are expected next year.

“I love the styling,” road test editor Chris Walton said, eyeing the Ram 1500 Rebel. “It’s like the Viper of Rams.”

The interior updates, from the volume-grade Big Horn all the way up to the luxurious Limited, are even more impressive. Every Ram cabin has the tools needed for both work and play. The Ram’s configurable center console turns the space into an office, with room inside to swallow a bag and laptop, space for your phone and drinks, and a center console lid that can function as a desk.

When it comes to technology, Ram provides three versions of its Uconnect infotainment system, including a choice of an 8.4-inch or Tesla-like 12.0-inch touchscreen. “The center stack layout is a combination of Volvo (screen), Audi (switches), and Jaguar (rotary shifter),” Walton said. “The clever center console (phone charger/pocket, sliding bins, and side pockets) is something Honda would do. Ram has done its homework on picking the benchmarks for both design and packaging.”

Although a Silicon Valley-aping infotainment suite will certainly draw eyeballs in showrooms, the cabin’s functionality and furnishings are even more impressive.

Crew cab versions feature a flat floor in back and seats that flip up, allowing you to store valuables in the safety of the cabin. RamBins, hidden underneath the rear floormats, have grown in size to better accommodate hitch receivers or ratchet straps. In a first for pickups, the new Ram 1500’s higher trim levels have a rear bench seat that reclines up to 8 degrees and is heated and cooled, as well. Ever been chauffeured in a truck before? Now you can be.

We were particularly impressed by the level of fit and finish. Every trim, from the base Tradesman up to the Limited, furnishes at least one two-tone cabin treatment, injecting a bit of personality and style into the cabin at any price point. Unlike some of its competitors, Ram took the profitable luxury market seriously by offering two flavors of luxury trucks—the saddlebag-equipped (seriously) Laramie Longhorn and the thoroughly modern Limited.

“GM has to be kidding, going up against this with the High Country and Denali,” features editor Scott Evans said. “This is a luxury interior. Look at this wood! This leather! The metal, stitching, design, attention to detail! The leather on the grab handles! Cadillac could learn a thing or two by spending an afternoon in this cabin.”

Hyperbole aside, he’s right. The Ram’s cabin ain’t just good for a truck. It’s good, period.


Looks can be deceiving, and you’d be forgiven for thinking the 2019 Ram is a bit old school in its approach. Freed from the obligation (and expense) of chasing maximum payload and towing capacities with all-aluminum construction, the Ram team instead invested in a shotgun approach to improve capability, efficiency, and performance. Underpinning it all is a new high-strength steel platform, 4.0 inches longer and about 17 percent lighter than the old chassis. The aerodynamic sheetmetal is largely built from steel but with the strategic use of lighter metals for a total weight decrease of about 200 pounds.

Like the previous version of the Ram 1500, our 2019 Truck of the Year continues to come standard with a coil-spring rear suspension (now with frequency dampers), which slightly sacrifices towing and payload capacity in favor of a better ride when compared to leaf-sprung competitors. A four-corner air suspension with five ride heights and load leveling is available, giving the best of both worlds when it comes to ride and performance.

“It’s really a surprise on the road,” testing director Kim Reynolds said after a stint in an air suspension-equipped 1500. “It’s way more refined and sophisticated than the GMs. Steering is fluid and quality-feeling.” The standard suspension won praise at the expense of its competitive set, too. “The coil-spring suspension is better in the Ram than the ride in any of the GM trucks,” MotorTrend en Espanol managing editor Miguel Cortina said.

Despite the minor diet, maximum payload is up to 2,320 pounds, and max towing capacity rises to 12,750 pounds, besting Chevrolet, GMC, Nissan, and Toyota’s half-ton offerings (though shy of Big Daddy Ford’s max towing by 450 el-bees).

Things get even more impressive under the hood. Embracing global realities, two of the three available Ram 1500 engines come with supplemental electric motors to improve fuel economy and performance. These mild-hybrid powerplants, dubbed eTorque, use small starter-generators and a tiny 0.43-kW-hr battery stashed in the rear wall of the cab to aid the stop/start system and provide torque assist to allow the engines to lug around at cruising speed in four-cylinder mode longer and without having to downshift.

The eTorque system is standard on the base 3.6-liter V-6, which makes 305 hp and 269 lb-ft of torque, and is also available for a small premium on the top-level 5.7-liter V-8, which turns out 395 hp and 410 lb-ft of torque. A non-eTorque 5.7-liter V-8 generating the same output as the eTorque version slots between the two electrified mills. (Because these motors aren’t assisting when the engines’ are generating peak power and torque, they don’t affect those figures.) An eight-speed automatic is standard across the line, as is rear-wheel drive. Four-wheel drive, limited-slip or locking rear axles, and three final drive ratios are also available.

The base eTorque V-6 is a lot of engine for the money. It makes its torque higher in its rev band, but it makes good use of the power it has. “It feels powerful even though it’s a V-6,” associate online editor Kelly Pleskot said. Evans agreed, adding that it “doesn’t have the torque of the V-8s, but it has plenty of power; the deficit only manifests itself when passing on Arizona’s 75-mph freeways.”

In back-to-back driving of our otherwise identically equipped V-8 Ram 1500 Longhorn and Limited models, Evans was one of the few judges who could feel the Limited’s eTorque assist at work. “I find the eTorque drivetrain a bit smoother through the revs and shifts and when accelerating up steep grades,” he said.

The fuel economy benefits of the eTorque V-8s show up in our data, but towing performance is a bit of a wash; all of the Ram V-8s, eTorque or not, performed nearly identically in both instrumented tow tests (where the Rams towed between 6,600 pounds and 11,400 pounds) and in our Davis Dam frustration test, which saw our V-6 Ram tester tow 4,020 pounds and the V-8s tow 7,780 pounds.


Despite the many hats we expect our trucks to wear, at their heart, they are beasts of burden. To that end, the 2019 Ram 1500 excels.

The most important part of any pickup is its bed, and Ram continues to deliver. The bed rails have been raised 1.5 inches to increase cargo volume, and the optional RamBoxes grow in size with minimal impact on bed space.

Some previous Ram innovations carry over, including the segment’s best combo bed extender and cargo divider, which stashes against the cab when not in use, and a CHMSL-mounted camera that looks down into the bed so you can triple-check your tie-down work while on the move.

The ability to access the bed is arguably as important as its construction. Missing GM’s standard bumper steps, Ram makes up for it with its option sheet. One of the air suspension’s many benefits is its access height mode, which lowers the bed’s step-up height to match that of the bumper step. For those who skip the air suspension, Ram also offers a kick-down rear step that stashes up and away behind the rear bumper.

Ram made towing improvements, too. For those who simply want to hitch up and go, Ram makes life easy. The rearview cameras have high resolution, making it easy to hitch up without a spotter. Trucks equipped with blind-spot sensors have an extra party piece, too; after you hitch up and make a couple of turns, the blind-spot sensors will determine the length of your trailer and increase the size of the alert zone to include the trailer length.

As for straight-up towing, the Ram 1500 is rock-solid, especially when equipped with the air suspension. Towing the exact same 8,300-pound trailer as the GMC Sierras and Chevrolet Silverados, the Rams feel so much more confident and just plain happy while at work.


Pickups aren’t traditionally known for fuel efficiency, but that didn’t stop Ram from easing the pain at the pump. Lots of credit goes to the lineup of eTorque engines, but Ram also worked hard at ensuring the new 1500 is as aerodynamic as possible without sacrificing the utility of its pickup body. Its segment-best 0.357 Cd is achieved using grille shutters and spoilers integrated into the trailing edges of the roof and tailgate. On trucks without air suspension, an air dam deploys automatically at 35 mph; those with air suspension get an aero-mode ride height.

The result is that Ram has the most efficient V-8 in its class; the V-8 eTorque is EPA-rated at 17/23/19 mpg city/highway/combined with rear drive or 17/22/19 with four-wheel drive. Non-eTorque Ram V-8s net 15/22/17 (rear drive) or 15/21/17 (four-wheel drive) mpg. Our Real MPG testing of the V-8 models generally falls in line with the EPA’s results, but our eTorque V-8-powered 1500 Limited 4×4 beat the feds’ numbers with an 18.7/22.6/20.3 score.

The one weak point would be the hard-working V-6 eTorque powerplant. EPA-rated at 20/25/22 mpg with rear drive and 19/24/21 mpg with four-wheel drive, our Big Horn 4×4 model achieved an unimpressive 15.4/19.7/17.1 Real MPG score.


With pickup trucks, value is ultimately relative over a life of hard knocks and long miles. But we were impressed by the breadth of the Ram lineup. The base Tradesman model starts at $33,390 and should need little more than a spray-in bedliner and tow hitch to be ready for work. The volume Big Horn model is even more impressive. One step up from the Tradesman and starting at $40,090, the Big Horn models offer two-tone interiors, a smartphone-friendly 8.0-inch touchscreen, and more. Editors lauded our two Big Horn testers for their premium-feeling materials and high amount of content for the dollar.

Where Ram makes the biggest value argument is surprisingly in its two most expensive trims: the $52,685 1500 Laramie Longhorn and $55,285 Limited. These two luxe trucks simply blow the competition out of the water. They offer the tech that contractors and civilians alike require and expect, and quite a few luxury automakers could learn a thing from the way Ram matches colors, textures, and materials in these cabins. And it’s a bargain, considering our loaded Ram Limited tester stickered for $68,340, about the price of a comparable GMC Sierra Denali and less than an equivalent F-150 Limited.


No segment is more competitive or more important to Detroit’s automakers and blue-collar American workers than half-ton pickups. These trucks are the face of their brands—purchased, driven, and loved by millions. They’re dependable commuters, tools, and toys that form the backbones of our families. With such a diverse skill set needed, it’s easy to just miss the target. But the Ram 1500 hits the bull’s-eye. No pickup in the segment better balances capability, efficiency, value, and quality. The Ram 1500 retains its old-school appeal while being refreshingly modern in style and substance. It’s refined and sophisticated without surrendering its dirty-fingernails roots. For that, the Ram is our 2019 Truck of the Year.

Do I need winter tires?

Tires at Bustard Chrysler Listowel

Whether or not we want to admit it, it’s that time of year again! Winter is just around the corner. The Service department here at Bustard Chrysler Listowel is busy preparing for the impending tire rush that comes with the colder temperatures, so be sure to book your tire changeover appointment as soon as possible!

We get a lot of questions about whether or not to purchase winter tires or use all-season tires year round. The answer is simple. Winter tires are vital in Canada’s cold, harsh climate if you want to stay safe on the roads!

Don’t get us wrong, all-season tires are great – for about three seasons (if we had it our way, we’d call them three-season tires!). Save for some performance vehicles, most vehicles are fitted with all-season tires before they leave the factory. They offer versatile performance, and are designed to perform in a wide variety of conditions, including wet roads and light winter driving. However, we all know that there is no such thing as light winter driving in Canada, particularly here in Listowel! In order to perform in so many varying conditions, all-season tires offer a compromise between some summer and winter performance capabilities. They won’t provide the same grip and sharp handling of a summer tire, nor will they handle the extreme weather conditions winter tires are built for. All-season tires are a great option for those who live in moderate climates that do not encounter much extreme cold, ice, and snow, but they will not perform well on thick snow and ice.

Winter Tires at Bustard Chrysler Listowel
Get ready for winter with a new set of winter tires from Bustard Chrysler in Listowel!

Having the right tire is vital to ensuring your safety on the roads during the winter months. Winter roads, particularly in the Listowel area, are unpredictable. Winter tires provide additional traction so you can maintain control in snowy and icy conditions, and keep you and your passengers safe!

Bustard Chrysler Listowel sells tires for all makes and models. Check out our handy online tire store to price out your new winter tires. If you buy three tires, we’ll even give you the fourth FREE! Whether you are looking to have your winter tires mounted on your summer rims, or changover your tires altogether, Bustard Chrysler Listowel is here to help. You can book an appointment online, or call us at (519) 291-1900!

How do Active Grille Shutters work on the 2019 Ram?

Front end shot of All-New 2019 Ram 1500

The new RAM 1500 is impressing across the board. With new features, plus redesigns of the features you have come to know and love, RAM has really done it this time!

Did you know that RAM re-tooled the Active Grille Shutters for the all-new 2019 edition?

Active Grille Shutters have been taken to a new level in the 2019 model. They help streamline air flow around the truck at higher speeds, while also ensuring the engine gets the air it needs to offer premium performance. Active Grille Shutters on the 2019 RAM will open and close depending on factors like vehicle speed, engine coolant temperature, and AC requirements. When you’re cruising down the highway, the shutters may close to minimize turbulence in the engine area. This allows air to flow smoothly around the 2019 RAM 1500. Alternatively, when towing in the heat or travelling uphill, the shutters can open to allow more air to reach the engine, allowing the truck to maintain power!


Active Grille Shutters on All-New 2019 Ram 1500. See us at Bustard Chrysler Listowel today!
Active Grille Shutters on All-New 2019 RAM 1500.


In addition to reducing air resistance and improving overall aerodynamics, Active Grille Shutters can increase efficiencies during warm-up and defrost time by providing the engine with the correct amount of cool or warm air!

Active Grille Shutters are just one part of the incredible all-new 2019 RAM 1500 package. This truck delivers great value, and Bustard Chrysler Listowel is proud to be Listowel’s RAM dealer! Whether you’re looking for a New RAM or a Used RAM in Listowel and the surrounding areas, Bustard Chrysler Listowel has got you covered! To learn more about Active Grille Shutters, or any of the all-new 2019 RAM’s great features, don’t hesitate to email or call Bustard Chrysler Listowel today!

Welcome to the New World of Ram

If you think you know everything about the powerful Ram truck, think again. The strength of Ram hasn’t diminished throughout the years. It still has a large towing capacity and great fuel economy. Now the new 2018 Ram 1500 is not only a bastion of strength, but also comes with a plethora of safety and technology features that make it dependable and enjoyable.

What You Knew


The Ram has always been best in class in its performance. With four-wheel disc antilock brakes and high strength steel frame, it has always been the top choice for safety. The towing capacity is enormous, with models that can carry over 10,000 pounds. Though a large capacity pickup truck, it performs well on gas mileage, whether its standard gasoline or diesel fuel.


What’s New


The 2018 Ram 1500 has an interior that is referred to as a command center. Stepping into the cab of one of these powerful hubs will place you at the helm in your very own captain’s cockpit. Once the door closes, the cab is whisper quiet, muting all the sounds from the outside and from the engine. In addition, the interior seating is comfortable for both driver and passengers.


The center console features an 8.4 inch touchscreen from which most interior controls can be managed. These controls include Apple Play, Android Auto, and HD radio. A USB port and a six-speaker audio system come standard in all models. Other options include dual-zone climate control, Bluetooth, a 10-speaker Alpine audio system, and satellite radio.


The 2018 Ram 1500 is an excellent example of a vehicle that excels in every category in its class. For those who love the freedom that a powerful truck can bring, along with the luxury cab with state of the art features, then this tuck is for you. Visit Bustard Chrysler Listowel and test drive one for yourself.

2012 Jeep Grand Cherokee SRT at Bustard Chrysler Listowel

2012 Jeep Grand Cherokee SRT Side Shot at Bustard Listowel

The concept of a super ute has always been an insane idea. But when has Jeep ever played by the rules? The 2012 Jeep Grand Cherokee at Bustard Chrysler in Listowel is a high performance machine crossed with a family wagon, that goes quicker and faster than any other family SUV out there! Jeep applies the EXTREME treatment to this family SUV. If you’re looking for a Jeep in Listowel, it just doesn’t get much more fun than the 2012 Jeep Grand Cherokee SRT8!

2012 Jeep Grand Cherokee SRT Front End at Bustard Listowel
2012 Jeep Grand Cherokee SRT Front End at Bustard Listowel

Leather, Navigation, Bluetooth, a tow package, and Pirelli tires are just a few of this super ute’s super features! It doesn’t get much better than when you mate high performance beast machine with family wagon!

With a 6.4L V8 SRT HEMI engine and 5 speed automatic transmission, this beast can handle everything you throw at it whether on the pavement or off the beaten track! And it’s not just substance….its got style too!

Sit in the lap of luxury with leather interior, power 8 way drivers’ and passengers’ seats with memory, and heated front and second row seats. And that’s not it! This incredible SRT 8 also comes with a dual pane panoramic sunroof, power liftgate, auto levelling highbeams, remote start, and dual zone temperature control! Tech features include Nav, Bluetooth, 40 GB hard drive, 19 speaker high performance audio system, all powered by a 6.5 touchscreen display!

2012 Jeep Grand Cherokee SRT Interior Shot at Bustard Listowel
Interior Shot of 2012 Jeep Grand Cherokee SRT at Bustard Listowel

Safetywise, Jeep has you covered! Never stress about parking again with the Parkview Rear Backup Camera, and ParkSense Rear Park Assist System. Stay safe with forward collision warning, Blindspot and Crosspath Detection, adaptive speed control, enhanced accident response system, fog lamps, and rain sensitive windshield wipers. In addition, the Rain brake support, ready alert braking, Traction control, Advanced multistage front air bags, and supplemental side air bags!

Wheel Shot of 2012 Jeep Grand Cherokee SRT at Bustard Listowel
Wheel Shot of 2012 Jeep Grand Cherokee SRT at Bustard Listowel

Fast and quick as a sports car, and safe and sound as a family minivan, this 2012 Grand Cherokee SRT8 will please you, your family and friends alike! Call or email us at Bustard Chrysler Listowel to book your test drive today!

If you’re looking for a new Jeep in Listowel, or a used Jeep in Listowel, Bustard Chrysler Listowel is the dealership to visit! You can find more information on this amazing 2012 Jeep Grand Cherokee SRT in Listowel on our website HERE!

Here at Bustard Chrysler Listowel, we offer a large inventory of new and used Jeeps to Listowel and the surrounding areas to suit your needs. Whether you’re cruising through town, or going on a backroads adventure, we’ve got you covered! Don’t hesitate to check out our expensive inventory of used Jeep Grand Cherokees, used Jeep Cherokees, used 2 Door Wranglers and used 4 Door Wranglers today!

2013 Jeep Wrangler Sahara at Bustard Chrysler Listowel

2013 Jeep Wrangler Sahara at Bustard Chrysler in Listowel

LEGENDARY! That’s the first word that comes to mind when we think of the 2013 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited Sahara 4X4! Jeep officially the most off-road capable SUV you can buy! Jeep’s legendary 4×4 system knows no limits – Whether you’re fording rivers or running    errands, this Jeep will perform beyond your expectations!

Front end of 2013 Jeep Wrangler Sahara at Bustard Chrysler in Listowel
Front end of 2013 Jeep Wrangler Sahara at Bustard Chrysler in Listowel

Jeep has spared no expense with this 2013 Jeep Wrangler Sahara 4×4. This 4 door Trail-Rated, behemoth is powered by the reliable and powerful 285 HP 3.6L V6 Pentastar engine, mated to a 5 speed automatic transmission and the Command Trac 4WD system. It’s off-road ready, with loads of features to protect and power through any condition – Command Trac 4WD system, skid plates, heavy duty suspension, stabilizer bars, and more. Plus you can haul all your toys with the Max Tow Package equipped with Class II Receiver Hitch, Tow Hooks, Trailer Sway Damping, and more!

Side Shot of 2013 Jeep Wrangler Sahara at Bustard Chrysler Listowel
Side Shot of 2013 Jeep Wrangler Sahara at Bustard Chrysler Listowel

Ride in the lap of luxury with leather interior and keep comfortable in all climates with heated front seats and remote start system. Stay connected via the Radio 430 UConnect system with Navigation and Bluetooth powered by an Alpine 9 speaker system with All Weather subwoofer! With great exterior features like MOPAR Premium Chrome Group, on/off road tires, MOPAR Chrome tubular side steps, and more, you’ll be driving in style – WITH SUBSTANCE!

Interior Shots of 2013 Jeep Wrangler Sahara at Bustard Chrysler in Listowel
Interior Shots of 2013 Jeep Wrangler Sahara at Bustard Chrysler in Listowel

Jeep always has your safety in mind and this Wrangler Rubicon RECON is no exception. Keep you and your passenger’s safe with hydraulic assist brake booster, front air bags, supplemental side air bags, security alarm, power steering, traction control, hill descent control, fog lamps, and more!

Name Badge Shot of 2013 Jeep Wrangler Sahara at Bustard Chrysler in Listowel
Name Badge Shot of 2013 Jeep Wrangler Sahara at Bustard Chrysler in Listowel

If you’re looking for a new Jeep in Listowel, or a used Jeep in Listowel, Bustard Chrysler Listowel is the dealership to visit! You can find more information on this amazing 2013 Jeep Wrangler Sahara in Listowel on our website HERE!

Here at Bustard Chrysler Listowel, we offer a large inventory of new and used Jeeps to Listowel and the surrounding areas to suit your needs. Whether you’re crusing through town, or going on a backroads adventure, we’ve got you covered! Don’t hesistate to check out our expeansive inventory of used 2 door Jeep Wranglers and 4 door Jeep Wranglers!


What You Should Know About the Dodge Charger

The new 2018 Dodge Charger has rolled into your local Bustard Chrysler Listowel dealership and we’re excited to share the news! This vehicle has a lot to offer, from a great drive to amazing interior features. Keep reading to learn why we think you’ll want to take a first, and second, look.



Performance is something many have come to expect from the Dodge Charger. With 485 horsepower and 475 pound-feet of torque you can trust that this car has the power you want in your vehicle. If you’re looking for fuel efficiency as well as precision you can rest easy in the knowledge that the Charger includes a TorqueFlite® eight-speed automatic transmission. And with all-wheel drive you can feel confident you’ll get where you want to go, whether you’re hauling around sporting equipment, driving to the office, or just taking a pleasure cruise.


Behind the Driver’s Seat


The interior has many of the great features you may want in your next vehicle. With a heated steering wheel and seats you can drive in comfort even in cold weather. The designers have created the charger based on the driver’s needs by including a driver’s side information display, push button start, and a shifter designed for performance. The interior also includes plenty of space for your cargo and the latest in safe driving technology. With collision and lane departure warnings as well as blind spot monitoring, your car can help you keep an eye on the road. There is also a rear camera to help you see what’s behind you while in reverse.


Now that you know more about the 2018 Dodge Charger you may just want to see it for yourself. Our dealership has several friendly staff available to answer your questions, show you the car, and even schedule a test drive. So if this car sounds like it might be right for your next vehicle, feel free to come see for yourself.