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If you’re looking for the ideal new car for your family, the 2017 Chrysler Pacifica Hybrid delivers. This sleek, feature-packed minivan is a plug-in hybrid, which delivers a surprising amount of power while saving your wallet at the pump. New for 2017, this completely redesigned vehicle is an updated version of the Chrysler Town and Country.

Those who are hesitant about making the switch to hybrid for the first time will be hard-pressed to tell the difference in driving dynamics behind the wheel. Just plug the Pacifica in each night and it will be fully charged and ready for you in the morning with 60 miles of battery life before a gas fill-up is required. The Pacifica is powered by two motors that offer plenty of acceleration with 260 horsepower (combined). Fans of the minivan tout its quick acceleration and agile handling, especially for its size.

Another aspect of this minivan that makes it perfect for those with big families is the design, featuring a low floor and sliding side doors that make loading and unloading a breeze, even if you’re still dealing with cumbersome child safety seats. And for grocery trips, the third row folds completely flat and the cargo area features a low floor as well (not to mention 140.5 total cubic feet of storage space).

Inside, the Pacifica Hybrid is luxuriously well-appointed, with standard features that include leather upholstery, heated first-row seats, a power liftgate to make those grocery hauls even easier, a rearview camera, blind spot monitoring, and rear cross traffic alert. Upgrading to the Platinum trim adds extras like a dual-screen rear-seat entertainment system, hands-free side doors and liftgate, and additional driver assistance tech features like forward collision warning, lane departure warning, and a 360-degree camera to detect obstacles on all sides of the vehicle. You’ll enjoy spacious seating for up to seven and a hushed ride thanks to premium insulation.

Tech fans will find plenty to love in the Pacifica Hybrid, including remote-operated tri-zone automatic climate control and an 8.4-inch touchscreen infotainment system through which you can access streaming media as well as popular apps like Yelp. You’ll also enjoy a six-speaker audio system and satellite radio. If you upgrade to the Platinum, you’ll also experience a premium 13-speaker Alpine audio system, navigation, and adaptive cruise control. To see your options, check one out at Chapman Chrysler Jeep.

It’s no wonder that U.S. News and World Report named the 2017 Chrysler Pacifica Hybrid one of the best minivans for families; it also received a perfect five-star review from Car and Driver and was named one of the best minivans of 2017 from Cars.com. As the only plug-in hybrid minivan currently on the market, it deserves to be at the top of your list if you’re looking for a green family-hauling machine. In fact, families who purchase the Pacifica Hybrid are eligible for up to $7,500 in federal tax credits in additional to applicable state credits. This incentive makes the Pacifica Hybrid not only one of the best minivans in its segment, but also one of the best values available.

A true advocate for breast cancer awareness and supporting its initiatives in Southern Nevada, Chapman Warm Springs General Sales Manager Lawrence Ennis and his work team participated in the annual Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure on May 6 in downtown Las Vegas. With a passion for finding a cure, Ennis led “Team Ennis” and its more than 25 participants during this year’s race.

Ennis’ passion runs deep, as his mother lost her own battle to breast cancer. He and his team at Chapman Warm Springs have coined their own “Pink Saturdays” in which employees wear pink clothing, pink ribbons and pink bracelets each Saturday to raise awareness for the cause. In addition, Ennis’ office, business cards, license plate holder and more don the signature pink ribbon.

“We’re a family at Chapman and it brings me great joy to see my team come together to join in a cause so dear to me, not just at this event, but all year long,” Ennis said. “We all know someone who has battled or is battling breast cancer, and the Susan G. Komen Foundation is an organization we’re proud to support.”

Ennis can often be found giving back to those in need alongside his son, Aaron. He is a member of the American Cancer Society’s Las Vegas chapter, and both family members donate their time to their local church. Ennis was born in San Francisco.

Ennis received his masters of business administration in 1990 from the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, where he made the prestigious dean’s list. He became a salesman after answering an advertisement in the paper and has found it his calling ever since.

 

Whether your travels take you on road or off, there is no SUV more capable of taking you there, getting you back safely and having your enjoy the journey than the 2017 Jeep Grand Cherokee Limited. For over 75 years people have counted on the Jeep brand to provide some of the best built, most versatile automobiles. The newest Grand Cherokee Limited continues this tradition. This vehicle is perfect for taking the family out for a night on the town or taking them over hill and dale for some off-road adventures. This midsized SUV is the Swiss army knife of automobiles.

Part of the secret to the 2017 Jeep Grand Cherokee Limited’s versatility is its ample ground clearance. This enables it to go over or through any obstacle with ease. Plus it’s 18-inch wheels help it to handle even the bumpiest roads and maintain a smooth, comfortable ride. Add its smooth-shifting eight-speed automatic transmission paired with a V6, V8 or turbo diesel engine and you have an excellent, powerful machine able to navigate any type of roadway and deliver a respectable 20 miles per gallon on average. This allows you to go anywhere you want without putting a hole in your fuel budget.

In the front, the 2017 Grand Cherokee Limited features the trademark grill with its seven openings. However, its new headlight cluster gives it a smaller, sleeker look. Inside, there’s ample room to seat five adults comfortably and enough cargo space in the rear to stow all their gear. Plus the technological advancements, creature comforts and aesthetic, safety and performance upgrades have improved an already great vehicle inside and out. Occupants will be even happier whether they’re on or off-road in the 2017 Jeep Grand Cherokee. It’s a rare SUV that’s able to meet almost everyone’s needs for speed, power, performance and comfort.

When it comes to styling, the 2017 Jeep Grand Cherokee looks tough and road ready yet classic and upscale. Add the optional B-Xenon headlights, LED daytime headlights, and bright trim pieces like the door handles, front grill inserts and side mirrors all in chrome, and you have a vehicle you’ll be proud to take anywhere. With the Limited model starting at just below $40,000, it’s affordable as well. Heated seats in the front and rear and a heated steering wheel come even on the Limited trim level. Step up to the Luxury Group II package for an additional $4,200 and you get soft-to-the-touch perforated leather, ventilated front seats, large panoramic sunroof, a 506-watt sound system and a huge 8.4-inch touchscreen display.

For $750 more Jeep will add an HD radio with Uconnect NAV. That NAV works well with the interface and the Uconnect system is an excellent audio/NAV interfaces to use. The system is easy to navigate and responds properly to voice commands usually from the very first time you use it.

With the upgrades on the 2017 Jeep Grand Cherokee, travelling anywhere is this great SUV just became a lot more fun, and if you want to test that out, you should head down to Chapman Chrysler Jeep and take one for a spin.

 

The new Jeep Wrangler pickup is almost here. In fact, some spy photographers say a camouflaged version of Jeep’s first new pickup in more than 25 years was seen recently. This new version of the Jeep Wrangler prototype is dramatically different from the one spotted being tested last year. These revelations have Jeep lovers very excited even though the new Jeep Wrangler pickup isn’t expected to hit the show room until over a year from now. Still as this new Jeep makes its way closer to production, the excitement is palpable. Automotive enthusiasts are waiting with bated breath to see Jeep’s newest pickup.

While the Jeep Wrangler spotted being tested last year had a Ram 1500 bed jury-rigged to it, the recently seen truck had a bed that was perfectly-integrated. The black polyester wrap with which it was covered also showed it had bulging classic Wrangler wheel arches and the vertical roof pillars meet the bed sides at a 90 degree angle creating a classic pickup profile. Plus the vehicle had a rear window that was the full width of the space between the two pillars. Inquiring minds want to know if the roof can be removed or the windshield folded down as in previous Wranglers? The spy photographers noted the hood wrap had holes where rubber bumpers for placing the windshield usually are.

The vehicle that was seen had the wheels and stance similar to the Jeep Wrangler Rubicon. This suggests the new Wrangler pickup may have capabilities well-suited for hardcore off-roading much like the standard Wrangler that should find its way into showrooms and driveways in late 2017. The latest iteration of the Jeep Wrangler pickup will be listed as a 2019 model. Buyers will have several engines from which to choose. There is a four-cylinder diesel, a four-cylinder turbo as well as an improved version of the 3.6-liter, V6 engine currently available. There’s also the distinct possibility of a hybrid model being made available later. While the Jeep Wrangler pickup is crawling closer to production, if you want to check out any other Jeeps, you should head to Chapman Chrysler Jeep. There are plenty of Jeep Wranglers to check out and take for a test drive.

According the Mike Manley, Jeep brand boss, it is “incredibly unlikely” the new Jeep Wrangler pickup will have the 707 horsepower Hellcat V8 engine as an option. However, the engine will soon be an option for buyers of the most powerful SUV in the world, Jeep’s Grand Cherokee Trackhawk. Plus the company also released a Hellcat-powered Trailcat concept vehicle this year. People planning to buy the new Jeep Wrangler pickup once it’s released can still hope or even petition the company to put a Hellcat under the hood of the soon-to-be-released truck.

Jeep has been producing groundbreaking automobiles for 75 years and the new Wrangler pickup promises to be a game changer. Should the company decide to give this off-roading beast a Hellcat engine, that would put smiles on the faces Jeep enthusiasts waiting for Jeep Wrangler’s latest entry into the pickup truck market. If the vehicle spotted parked on the roadside is indeed the new Jeep Wrangler pickup, with or without a Hellcat engine, it’s going to cause quite a stir.

 

Those who are waiting for their brand new Chrysler Pacifica Hybrids may get some good news in the next couple of weeks. On April 17, the auto manufacturer starting delivering its first plug-in minivan to some dealers in the United States. This is five months after production began on December 1, 2016. This has been a highly anticipated minivan, and while delivery was delayed, most buyers are sure to be happy nonetheless. While there was no given reason for the delay, it could have been for a host of reasons.

Fiat Chrysler wanted to produce the highest qualify minivan that is both comfortable and roomy, and with a plug-in hybrid, there are obviously other things to keep in mind and worry about. The company, back in January, said that it would start shipping the hybrids sometime in the first quarter, which just ended in March, so the company is only slightly behind schedule.

The technologically- advanced Pacifica Hybrid is coming off the line with the highest qualities possible. Fiat Chrysler is confident that its buyers are going to fall in love. With the plug-in version, you can do your errands, take kids to school and even use your van for a date night, all without using gas. The company really began ramping up production on this environmentally-friendly minivan on Friday, April 7. This means that if you are waiting for one, you won’t have to wait long as they will soon come fresh off the assembly line.

It’s getting harder and harder to find a vehicle made in the United States or Canada, but Chrysler is building this one at its Windsor Assembly Plant. A self-driving Pacifica Hybrid minivan was showed off at the North American International Auto Show in Detroit this year, and this is just another example of what Chrysler has in store for the future. And, if you think self-driving minivans aren’t going to be available for another decade, you may be surprised to know that autonomous cars, trucks, SUVs and minivans may be here sooner than you may think.

The gas-powered Chrysler Pacific replaced the Town & Country, and it’s been a big hit. Just this March, Fiat Chrysler sold over 9,000 Pacifica minivans, and at the auto show in Detroit, it was named the North American Utility Vehicle of the Year. To test drive a Chrysler Pacifica, you should do so at Chapman Chrysler Jeep. By checking out a current gas-powered or plug-in model, you can see what the company has to offer.

If you want the plug-in version, you should know that it can get 33 miles on a single charge, which should be sufficient considering most people’s commutes are shorter than 30 miles. It has a rating of an impressive 84 miles per gallon when both electric power and gasoline are used, and the company recently said that the lithium-ion battery can be recharged in about two hours. This is a huge benefit as older batteries used to take overnight to charge, which made it very difficult to rely on a electric car.