Chapman Jeep top in Wrangler sales

A recent commercial named Chapman Chrysler Jeep the "Wrangler Factory" for being recognized as the No. 1 Jeep Wrangler dealer in Nevada.

Chapman Chrysler Jeep has earned its status through its sales volume, customer service, extensive product knowledge and the best pricing and financing available.

"When you add up all of the factors that make us No. 1, it all comes down to giving our customers value and service that they cannot find anywhere else," said General Manager Nick Banker. "I love the recognition it brings to the Chapman family and all of our employees because it validates the way we do business."

Chapman Chrysler Jeep sales team is also the most knowledgeable about the Jeep Wrangler products and accessories. Salesman Jaron Davis recently won first place in the Nevada Jeep Wrangler Walkaround product knowledge competition hosted by Chrysler and took second place in the Western States Walkaround competition.

Chapman Chrysler Jeep is a Five-Star dealership, which means it has received high customer ratings and met exceptional customer service guidelines, including customer care during the car-buying process, sustaining favorable customer relationships post sale and during regular car maintenance and presenting a clean and welcoming environment.

The dealership is also known for having the state's largest inventory of Wranglers -- many of which have suspension lifts.

Recently, banks have loosened up financing that will now cover the cost of lifts. The full inventory of Jeep Wranglers and pricing information can be found at a new Chapman website at

Chapman Chrysler Jeep sells and services the complete line of Chrysler and Jeep vehicles in the Valley Automall. Chapman Chrysler Jeep can be reached at 558-3000 or online at

In addition to Chapman Chrysler Jeep, Chapman Dodge Chrysler Jeep sells and services new and used vehicles and is located on 3175 E. Sahara Ave. Chapman Dodge can be reached at 457-1061 and


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