The Chapman Automotive Group represents 4 different vehicle brands in Nevada, with dealerships in Las Vegas and Henderson. Making the Chapman Choice means you'll be treated fairly, honestly and with respect in all areas – from sales to service to customer care.
Our complete new and pre-owned vehicle inventory is accessible online, including photos, vehicle descriptions, video and CarFAX reports. On our websites you can also conveniently schedule service appointments and view money-saving coupons, or contact your service advisor with any questions you may have regarding your vehicle.
Weekly Specials are a great way to save on a new or pre-owned vehicle at any of our Chapman Automotive Group dealerships. And with our competitive Internet Pricing, you'll save even more on your vehicle purchase – yet another reason to choose Chapman for your automotive needs.
At Chapman Automotive Group, we are constantly looking for employees who possess superb customer service skills.
The Chapman Cares program was developed for Chapman staff and customers to support our local communities.
From routine oil changes and tire rotations to more extensive service, our factory-certified mechanics will help you keep your vehicle running like new.
The summer Las Vegas sun is good for some things; tanning by the pool comes to mind, as does keeping the permanent population to a manageable level. One thing it is not good for is extending the life of your car battery. Heat, not cold, is the true enemy of your vehicle’s battery. Just because it
Although it’s the only body repair shop authorized to work on Chrysler, Jeep and Dodge products in Las Vegas, the Chapman Las Vegas Collision Center offers quality craftsmanship and repair on all types of autos, trucks, vans and SUVs. The trained technicians can bring your vehicle back to pre-accident condition, give it a fresh new look
Easter is over and Memorial Day looms on the horizon. For Las Vegas residents, that means the days of balmy daytime temperatures and cool nights are coming to an end. If you’re tired of burning your hands on the steering wheel when you get ready to go home after a long day’s work, please consider
Whether to buy a new or used car is a question that is as old as automobiles themselves. A new car comes with a multi-year warranty, but is more expensive and suffers depreciation once you get off the lot. Used cars are less expensive, but you’re never quite sure what problems you might run into.
When it comes to buying a new or used vehicle, there are a lot of things to keep in mind. Some of them are completely logical, such as how far you drive in a year and how much you can afford. Some are completely illogical, including the thrill you get from that new car smell.