Getting the perfect vehicle is easy when you come in to Deery Brothers Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram Iowa City, and folks from the Davenport, IA areas will have no trouble discovering the right ride for all their needs. With new cars, trucks, vans, crossovers, and SUVs available, there's something for everyone no matter your on-road requirements or sense of style.
If you have a smaller budget but demand nothing less than the best, then our selection of certified used vehicles will leave you grinning from ear to ear. Our certified pre-owned program means a 125-point inspection, a CARFAX vehicle history report, roadside coverage, and warranties to ensure you get the most reliable and comfortable vehicle possible at a price you'll absolutely love.
After you've found the ride of your dreams, our friendly finance center experts will help you get it home affordably. They'll work with you one-on-one to help secure a loan or lease to fit neatly into nearly any budget; they won't be satisfied until you are. To get started before you leave the comfort of your home, you can fill out an online finance application and we'll get back to you with more information as soon as we can.
When you find that it's time for some routine maintenance on your vehicle, you have some repair work that needs to be addressed, or there's a sound or problem that you can't quite identify, our friendly service center technicians are just an appointment away. Professionally-trained and skilled at working on all types of vehicles, they'll have your beloved vehicle back in tip-top shape quickly, affordably, and by using only genuine MOPAR parts. Then you can get back to the road with the confidence and security you deserve.
Located right along the Mississippi river, Davenport was at one point owned by France and eventually sold to the United States as part of the Louisiana purchase. As Davenport developed in time, it was eventually a major hub for travel by steamboat, as this was a major form of transportation. In time, the steamboat industry was threatened greatly by the developing railroad system and in attempt to prevent further development the captain of the Effie Afton plowed the boat into a major bridge that was just completed in 1856. To make things even more absurd, the owner of the boat filed a lawsuit against the railroad company for the impact it would have to the steamboat industry. Serving as the lead defense attorney, Abraham Lincoln fought for the railroad company and the case was later settled by Supreme Court stating that the railroad company was allowed to bridge over navigable streams.