Chrysler Will Save Customers Money Big Time
Want to know which brand is going to save customers a lot of money? Spending money to make money is the name of the game and Chrysler knows that all too well. The next growth for Chrysler will come as a result of the massive investments the brand has made towards the future of the auto industry. Electric rides and saving on gas and time as these vehicles won’t require stopping at the pump, they are smooth, efficient vehicles that are set up with easy to use chargers at the home and located at a growing number of locations like offices and eventually will be found more commonly. These fast chargers can operate quickly and depending on the vehicle can rapidly move the thread from nothing left to as much as fifty percent within 20-30 minutes. While we are waiting for word on what the charge times will be for each vehicle, soon enough we’ll know. Chrysler has looked to change the industry with a stronger emphasis on crafting the right vehicle for drivers with a 2025 Chrysler EV SUV coming into production soon.
Gasoline Skyrockets In Flight, Costs No Delight
According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the average price of a single gallon of regular unleaded gas was only 19 cents in 1941 and in just over 60 years the cost is over $8 a gallon in certain states last year, though pricing is down nationally to around $3.85. The funny thing about that price in 1921, inflation was at 10 percent for the nation as the nation prepared to battle in World War II. Today, the national average has remained the same more or less for over a year or more. By contrast, let us take account of the differences of the last 75 years. By 1949-50, gas rose to 25 cents and a decade later gas was only 32 cents. In fact, through 1964 gas didn’t rise until the following year when gas prices rose a whopping 1 cent. The price rose by 1 cent each year until 1968. 1967 and 1968 both held at only 35 cents per gallon. By 1976 gas cost 61 cents and jumped to 90 cents by 1979 and moved to $1.25 in 1980 amidst the gas crisis of 1979. Gasoline prices slowed down to $1.20 by 1985 and went even lower to 95 cents in 1987-88. But the price didn’t increase in the coming years, in fact, gasoline was just $1.11 in 1993-94 and lowered to $1.06 in 1998.
Up, Up, Up This Century
Gasoline has since grown by 20 or as much as 55 cents a year every year since 2000. By 2004 gas was $1.88 and moved to $2.30 by 2005. $2.56 was the average price in 2006 and jumped to $3.27 just two years later in 2008. Gas went down in 2009 to $2.35. By 2011, the average cost of gasoline was $3.53. The lowest figure in years was $2.14 per gallon in 2016, but has not gone down to this low number since. After the Covid hit, we’re now embarking on prices never before seen as the price was way over $5 in 2022, slightly lower than the ridiculous spikes we saw in the spring and early summer of 2023 that stood at $3.86 or more for regular gas. Things haven’t gotten any lower this fall. All said, now is the time to move over to the options that will come out and continue to improve in the coming years. One way to curb those prices is to opt for a hybrid ride or find the right vehicle for travel by talking to our team this spooky season!
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