Melanie Reiff
Updated on Aug 11, 2022
The exact cost varies between different Chrysler models. For example, newer vehicle models are usually made with more expensive materials, so recent or high-end models will cost more, especially if your service requires a part replacement. Use the table below to estimate the cost for your own vehicle.
Keep in mind that your location is another factor that determines the final cost of repairs. Areas with higher cost of living will usually have more expensive car repair services, especially if there’s less local competition. Check out the table below for an estimate of what Chrysler drivers pay in different cities.
Jerry doesn’t just offer fair price repair estimates for Chrysler drivers! Our team of writers has collected everything you need to know for every car. Here’s how much the repair costs for some popular cars:
CarTotal Cost EstimateParts CostLabor CostAverage Dealer PriceEstimated Service Duration
1981
Lamborghini
 
Countach
$60$0$60$601h
1990
Ford 
LL9000
$60$0$60$601h
1964
Buick 
Wildcat
$60$0$60$601h
1993
Ford 
P600
$60$0$60$601h
2010
GMC 
Savana 2500
$60$0$60$601h
1997
Dodge 
B1500
$60$0$60$601h
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