Chrysler Dodge Jeep RAM Car Dealer Near Round Rock TX
All the latest Chrysler Dodge Jeep RAM models can be found at Covert CDJR. The friendly staff at Covert CDJR are eager to service the community of Round Rock and would like to have the chance to earn your business.
If you're living in the Round Rock area and have been wanting to upgrade your vehicle, then please consider stopping by our website for a complete selection of new and used Chrysler Dodge Jeep RAM autos. It's a fact of life that everyone has different needs of their daily driving, and so we stock a variety of vehicles to ensure you find the perfect one.
Are you shopping around Texas for a used vehicle? With our selection you won't need to look anywhere else. Locating a used car that fits your needs and budget is a breeze thanks to our wide selection of used vehicles.
People should be able to afford a vehicle that fits their needs, and Covert CDJR is dedicated to making that happen. Our secure finance application form can help set you on the path to getting your car loan. When we receive your application, we'll look it over and one of our friendly staff will contact you as soon as possible.
If you have got a problem with your Chrysler Dodge Jeep RAM vehicle, then bring it by and let our expert service personnel diagnose and fix the problem. We also offer certified parts to customers in the Round Rock area so that you can keep your vehicle running at its best. If you'd like to make an appointment with our service staff you can do so by creating a vehicle service appointment here on our site.
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About Round Rock Texas
Round Rock is a city in the state of Texas within the Greater Austin, Texas metropolitan area and Williamson County. In 1851, a small community was formed on the banks of Brushy Creek, near a large round and anvil-shaped rock located in the middle of the creek. This round rock marked a convenient low-water crossing for wagons, horses, and cattle. The first postmaster called the community "Brushy," and the creek was called "Brushy Creek". But in 1854, at the suggestion of the postmaster, the small settlement was renamed Round Rock in honor of this now famous rock.