Archive for July, 2016

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Slightly Used Vehicles Still Come With Warranty

Head to the Chapman Las Vegas website and click on CPO Inventory to find a large selection of vehicles worthy of Certified Pre-Owned status. These vehicles come with the remainder of the factory new car warranty, a 7-year/100,000 mile warranty on the powertrain, along with a 3,000-mile, 3-month Maximum Care Coverage that includes more than 5,000 components. Each vehicle also comes with a complete Carfax report, so you know whether it has been in an accident. Other features of the CPO program include roadside assistance, an allowance for car rental, 3-month SiriusXM subscription and the ability to upgrade your warranty at any time.

125-Step Inspection Ensures Vehicle Worthiness

People opposed to buying used cars always say “you don’t want to buy someone else’s problems.” There’s not much chance of that with the CPO program, because each vehicle has to undergo a thorough 125-point inspection of all major components, fluids and equipment. To qualify for the program, the vehicle must have less than 75,000 miles, be no more than 5 model years old, have no frame damage and a clean title. The vehicle must also not have any accessories installed that would compromise emissions, safety or the vehicle’s operation. Each vehicle is also detailed inside and out to bring it back as near to showroom condition as humanly possible.

Save Thousands With CPO Inventory

By heading to the Chapman Las Vegas website and viewing the CPO Inventory, you can not only find the perfect vehicle for your needs, but you can also save thousands off the cost of a new car, SUV or truck. Sadly it’s true that once a new car drives off the lot the owner loses a substantial sum to depreciation. By purchasing a CPO vehicle, you let someone else suffer that loss. Click on any of the vehicles on the website and you’ll see a suggested retail price followed by the Chapman price. There’s also a link on the website where you can call up the Carfax report and see the complete history of the vehicle from its date of purchase. You can also see if the vehicle has a salvage title, was a rental or personally owned, and how much original factory warranty is still available.

Save Time and Shop Online

Use the Chapman Las Vegas website to view the company’s entire selection of new and used vehicles. You can pick the vehicle you want without spending time walking around the lot in the heat. Once you have your new car, truck or SUV, use the website to also schedule your regular maintenance appointments. You’ll get in and out of the service center quickly without any hassle.

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Gorgeous Park Covers 229 Square Miles

If you’ve tired of the bells and whistles at your favorite casino and just can’t bear to take in another show, either take your vehicle or rent a car and drive about 2 ½ hours northeast of Vegas to Zion National Park. Located in the southwestern corner of Utah, Zion National Park offers stunning scenery of mountains and sandstone formations, along with some amazing hikes. Although it’s cooler at Zion than Vegas, it can still get a little toasty in summer, so make sure you take plenty of water if you’re planning on exploring the trails. Before you head out, swing by one of the Chapman Las Vegas dealerships to get your fluids topped off and see if there are any maintenance issues that need to be addressed. There’s a lot of desert between Las Vegas and Zion National Park that doesn’t treat stranded travelers well.

Shuttles Take Hikers Around Park

If you go in the summer, Zion National Park has shuttles that will transport you from one trailhead to another. The Park offers hikes of varying levels, from ones that are like a simple stroll through the park to others that will test your levels of endurance and fortitude. One of the most spectacular hikes is also one of the shortest. The Weeping Rock Trail only takes about 30 minutes to complete, but it guides you under a magnificent sandstone formation that drips water. Canyon Overlook Trail takes twice as long and gives lucky hikers the opportunity to see some goats. Guard Rails help in some of the tougher spots. If it’s hot out, try the Narrows via Riverside Walk, which takes you right through the river as you navigate the Narrows. The Lower Emerald Pool Trail takes you right underneath a waterfall to cool you off.

Biking, Birding and Camping Provide Fun Options

If you’re not much of a hiker but like the idea of seeing Zion’s majestic canyons, perhaps biking, birding or even camping is more to your liking. You can bike on all the park roadways as well as the Pa’rus Trail. Shuttle busses help you get from trail to trail. Each bus has at least two bike racks. You cannot ride through the Zion-Mt. Carmel tunnel, which is narrow and has no shoulders. Even if you’re not an experienced birder, take some binoculars and with any luck you can see a California condor, Mexican spotted owl, bald eagle and Peregrine falcon swooping high above the canyon walls. Campers have their choice of three different campgrounds, so it’s important to make a reservation ahead of time. Zion National Park offers a different view of the world than the one found in Las Vegas. Just make sure to get your vehicle checked at a Chapman Las Vegas dealership so you can get there and back without incident.