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Chapman Chrysler Jeep and its customs department often take on an additional task aside from servicing customers and vehicles. Chapman Custom Jeeps occasionally selects a Jeep Wrangler from its inventory and fully modifies it.

As members of the off-roading community know, Jeep Wranglers are the first choice for modifications and custom additions. Although seemingly a simple job for professionals in this field, a special build can take weeks to perfect.

Most recently out of the customs team is a hyper-green 2017 Jeep Wrangler, fully customized to look as attractive as it is functional. First, a Mopar 4-inch lift was used to provide extra ground clearance for off-road excursions. After the front hood and grille were switched out to match the vivid body paint, Smittybilt front and rear bumpers were added to also enhance clearance and withstand the most difficult terrain.

Fender flares provide extra tire clearance and flexibility, and DV8 fender flares and wheel insets were installed on all four tires. Also, the suspension coils were painted hyper-green to match the Jeep’s appearance. To finish off the custom build, green stitching was added to accent the Wrangler’s sleek black leather seats, along with a painted green dash trim.

“One of the greatest parts of my job is being able to work closely with the Chapman custom team and modify a Jeep Wrangler to both fit the needs of the off-road community while offering a visually appealing product,” said Ben Fishman, parts manager at Chapman Custom Jeeps. “The final product is something both our team and customers can enjoy.”

The 2017 Jeep Wranglers start at $32,237 and are currently available at Chapman Chrysler Jeep, located in the Valley Automall in Henderson. Chapman Chrysler Jeep is the only AEV authorized dealer in Nevada. For more information, call Chapman Custom Jeeps at 702-558-3072.

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Plenty of Room for Everyone

With the ability to seat up to seven people and an EPA gas mileage rating of 26 mpg, the Dodge Journey is the perfect vehicle for a long road trip this summer. Pack the kids, the gear and even the dog and head out across country to a theme park or National Forest. You’ll make good time on your trip as the Journey gets up to 500 miles per tank, allowing you to leave your Vegas home and end up on a San Diego beach without needing to stop for gas. Stop by Chapman Chrysler Jeep for a test drive today.

Keeping Cargo Safe is Job Number One

Whether your hauling eggs or children, it’s Dodge’s responsibility to keep cargo and people as safe as possible. The Dodge Journey has seven advanced airbags strategically placed, including side curtain airbags on the second and third row seats to help protect everything in side the vehicle. Active front seat headrests adjust in the event of a rear-end collision, helping to keep your neck and spine safe. Front and rear crumple zones help absorb the energy of a crash and funnel the impact away from the interior. A dual steel frame also absorbs damage during a collision. A rearview camera, advanced braking system and electronic stability control all help you avoid a collision in the first place.

Journey Engine Choices Cover Power and Efficiency

The 3.6L Pentastar V6 motor is used throughout the Chrysler lineup in vans, trucks, Jeeps and the Journey. Choose this motor and you get a powerful 283 horses to go along with 260 pound feet of torque. The other option is the 2.4L 4-cylinder motor that generates 173 horsepower but delivers up to 26 mpg. If you have a large family and plan on towing something, the V6 probably makes sense. Otherwise, the 4-cylinder provides plenty of torque to get you and your occupants over the mountains and to your final destination. Drive both versions and decide for yourself with a visit to Chapman Chrysler Jeep.

Roomy Interior Comfortable and Flexible

The ability of the Journey to adapt to your cargo and people hauling needs is one of its key selling features. You can turn the second row seats into a bench or keep them as separate recliners. Fold both down to create the maximum room for cargo or an impromptu sleeping area. A raised third row seat is easily accessible from either side, or can be folded down to make room for more stuff. An available six-way power driver seat with lumbar support makes the Journey a comfortable vehicle for your daily commute or a long vacation trek.

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Town and Country Successor Ready for Road

Chrysler polled many of the owners of the 6 million minivans the company still has on the road before creating the new Pacifica minivan. As the successor to the flagship Town and Country, the Chrysler Pacifica has some very big shoes to fill. The good news is that reviewers seem to think the new van is a perfect fit. “Motor Trend” says the new model, available now at Chapman Chrysler Jeep, has a greater attention to detail than its predecessor. The interior stitching appears to be hand-sewn and panels fit together tightly. While the outside delivers a more sporty appearance than other minivans, the inside has an air of sophistication that might make you forget this is a van built to haul around the neighborhood soccer team.

Gas and Hybrid Models Both Offer Great Efficiency

Whether you choose the V6 gasoline model or the hybrid, you can expect outstanding fuel efficiency from the new Chrysler Pacifica. Using the popular Pentastar V6 engine that appears in everything from Jeeps to Ram trucks, the engineers at Chrysler have fine-tuned the Pacifica to earn 28 mpg on the highway while still delivering class-leading torque and horsepower. Choose the soon-to-be-available hybrid and you’ll get an astounding 80 MPGe.

Pacifica Offers Five Trim Packages

Starting at just a shade more than $28K, the base LX still provides an impressive list of standard features that includes Stow ‘n Go seating, power windows, three zone temperature control, noise cancellation and Bluetooth streaming. The features keep adding on as you move up through the trim packages until you get to the luxury Limited, which has such sophisticated features as a panoramic sunroof, on-board vacuum cleaner, leather trimmed seats and power third-row seat.

Safety Technology Keeps Precious Cargo Safe

As you might expect in this day and age, the Chrysler Pacifica offers an outstanding package of driver assistance technology that will help keep you and your passengers safe. Lane departure warning gives an audible beep if you start to drift without using your turn signals, then gently corrects you back into your lane. Another feature not only warns you of an impending front collision, but applies the brakes if you don’t respond. A 360-degree camera lets you see all around your vehicle to help avoid backing over obstacles, including pedestrians. Experience the luxury and technology of the new Pacifica by taking a drive to Chapman Chrysler Jeep.

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Trail Rating More Than Just Another Badge

When Jeep applies the Trail Rated metallic logo to one of its 4×4 vehicles, it means that model and trim package qualifies to meet the toughest standards in five different off-road categories. Only 4×4 models need apply to this set of grueling tests that evaluate the vehicle’s ability with traction, water fording, maneuverability, articulation and ground clearance. The Trail Rating means that you can count on your Jeep to survive in some of the harshest conditions on Earth. Check out the Trail Rated Jeep inventory and compare different models at Chapman Chrysler Jeep.

Traction Tested on Different Terrains

If your Jeep can’t get traction, you aren’t going to go very far. Jeep’s Active Drive 4×4 has a low-range crawl feature that gives you the ability to slowly work your way through slippery or unstable terrain. Drivers test the different models on mud, snow and ice, as well as on steep, rocky terrain to ensure your Jeep has the foothold to keep moving forward.

Don’t Let a Little Water Get in Your Way

Off-roaders commonly come across creeks and streams where they have to make a decision to go forward or turn around. The Trail Rated Jeeps undergo water fording testing to make sure they can pass where others don’t dare. Sealing of the electrical system and body, coupled with a high air intake, let you pass in water depths up to 30 inches, depending on your Jeep model. Even the littlest Jeep Renegade can ford streams up to 20 inches in depth.

Maneuverability Helps Dodge Disaster

If you’ve ever been four-wheeling on a serious trail, you know that obstacles and disaster can lurk around the next corner. A tight turning radius and the ability to quickly evade dangerous situations is a key part of the Trail Rated package. The Wrangler has a turning circle of 17.3 feet, which is one reason it’s consider the ultimate off-road machine.

Keep Your Wheels on Terra Firma

It’s critical to keep all your wheels on the trail as much as possible so you can properly utilize the four-wheel drive. Outstanding articulation lets one wheel go high while another goes low, providing traction on both sides to keep you crawling along.

Ground Clearance Lets You Cruise Over Obstacles

The important thing to remember about ground clearance is not just that you need a vehicle high enough to pass over boulders and logs. You also need an off-road machine with good approach and departure angles, meaning you don’t get hung up when approaching a crevice down a steep grade or departing up a high incline. Trail Rated Jeeps all have high departure angles, leaving you clear to lead the expedition safely. See why Trail Rated Jeeps are the best bet for off-roading with a trip to Chapman Chrysler Jeep.

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Take Your Pick of Off-road Systems

The fun-to-drive Jeep Renegade is taking the off-road world by storm, in part because it offers drivers their choice of two different 4x4 systems. Pick the Sport, Limited or Latitude trim package and you get Active Drive. Active Drive Low is available only on the Trailhawk model. Although both systems provide rear axle disconnect to increase efficiency when you’re on the highway, only the Active Drive Low configuration delivers a 20:1 crawl ratio for ultimate control when you get on those super tough trails. Active Drive Low earns the Renegade Trailhawk a Trail Rated badge, which means it has earned the right to take on America’s toughest trails. See the tough Renegade and take it for a drive by visiting Chapman Chrysler Jeep.

Selec-Terrain Dial Lets You React to Road Conditions

Every Jeep Renegade with 4×4 capability has the exclusive Selec-Terrain system that allows you to change traction settings based on the driving surface. Click on “Auto” for normal conditions, but then you can switch to “Snow,” “Sand” or “Mud” as your terrain changes. The Trailhawk has an additional “Rock” setting for climbing those nasty trails. Each setting is tailor made for a specific condition, adjusting the traction to give you maximum control.

2.4L Tigershark Engine Has Plenty of Pop

Whether you’re climbing a tough hill or pulling a small camper or personal watercraft, the 2.4L Tigershark engine provides plenty of power. The Jeep Renegade can tow up to 2,000 pounds with this efficient motor that earns a 31 mpg rating on the highway. A class-exclusive nine-speed automatic transmission provides enough torque to get started, and then seamlessly shifts through all the gears to keep you up to speed and bypassing the pumps. The suspension system and handling on the Renegade have been fine-tuned to provide plenty of response while still delivering a comfortable ride. Selective damping on the front and rear struts produce a premium driving experience. Vented disc brakes mean you have lots of stopping power without worrying about overheating.

Let the Sunshine In

The MySky open-air roof panels let you take your top off without having to worry about running into a rain storm. The Jeep Renegade has a special place to stow the panels so you can pull over and put them back on if the weather gets dicey. See all the great features the Renegade has to offer with a trip to Chapman Chrysler Jeep.