New Jersey may lose 30 Chrysler dealerships by June 9, according to documents filed in federal court on Thursday by the car maker. That includes dealers from one end of the state to the other, from Walsh Dodge in Jersey City to Burke Brothers in Cape May Court House.
In all, 25 percent of the company's 3200 dealership received notices that their franchises were being revoked as part of Chrysler's restructuring efforts.
"Many of the dealers' sales are too low, with just over 50 percent of dealers accounting for about 90 percent of the company's U.S. sales," according to philly.com.
In a press release the company said it intends to "maintain business with all its dealers through the transition" and to "honor warranty and incentive payments during the period the rejected dealers remain active."
Chrysler said the 789 dealers whose franchises are affected represent only 14 percent of its sales volume.
N.J. DEALERSHIPS RECEIVING NOTICES
23 Auto Group (Butler)
Belle Mead Garage (Belle Mead)
Berlin Chrysler (Berlin)
Burke Brothers (Cape May Court House)
Clayton Amerman (Peapack)
Coleman Auto Group (Trenton)
Coleman Chrysler-Jeep (Hightstown)
Compass Dodge, Dodge Trucks (Orange)
Dodge of Englewood (Englewood)
Downer Motor Company (Elmer)
Elm Auto Sales (Kearny)
Hamilton Fairfield Dodge (Hamilton Square)
Jeep Eagle 17 (Paramus)
DBA Westwood Chrysler Jeep (Westwood)
Laflam Chrysler (Runnemede)
Lenihan Jeep (Marlton)
Liccardi Chrysler Dodge (Green Brook)
Loman Auto Group (Parsippany)
Mall Chrysler (Maple Shade)
Maurice Schwartz + Sons (Shrewsbury)
Mauro Motors (Woodbridge)
Quality Auto Mall (Rutherford)
Sansone Plaza Dodge (Neptune)
Stadium Auto Mall Sales (Rutherford)
Tenafly Chrysler (Tenafly)
Walsh Dodge (Jersey City)
Wayne Dodge (Wayne)
West End Garage (Rahway)
Westwood Chrystler Jeep (Westwood)
Wyckoff Chrysler (Wyckoff)