With summer quickly approaching and the triple-digit temperatures upon us, Chapman Dodge Chrysler Jeep Ram provides simple accessories and customizable upgrades to prepare any vehicle for the inescapable Las Vegas heat and ensure that summer adventures happen without a hitch.
The 2017 Ford Escape sport utility vehicle has wide appeal at Friendly Ford. The reason for the popularity of the vehicle is obvious, according to a sales consultant Sal Lugo, who has been in the car business for 12 years.
Topgolf and the Southern Nevada Toyota Dealers Association have partnered to launch The Toyota Yard, a social hot spot at Topgolf Las Vegas featuring live music, entertainment and events for the venue’s more than 1 million guests served annually.
Lincoln MKZ Hybrid continues to bring new clients to the Findlay Lincoln showroom, including some luxury buyers who are new to the Lincoln brand. This stylish, well-appointed sedan offers several features that are not available on its key competitors, including heated rear outboard seats, multicontour front seats with active motion, panoramic retractable vista roof, inflatable rear safety belts and SmartGauge with EcoGuide that has two configurable 4.2-inch LCD instrument cluster screens. The Lincoln roadside assistance program is good for the life of the ownership experience; counterparts from Lexus and Infiniti end after 48 months.
Doug Fleming has returned to his old stomping grounds at Findlay Chevrolet — this time as the dealership’s general manager.
Sales consultant Rafael De Leon has seen his share of sport utility vehicles, and he rates the 2017 Ford Flex among his favorites.
Friendly Ford new car sales manager Taylor Warf is not an off-road racer, but he is certainly prepared should he ever find himself on a rugged dirt road in the middle of the desert.
For the fourth year in a row, Findlay Automotive Group and Cox Media teamed up for the iChoose to Drive safe-driving campaign. Findlay Automotive Group donated checks totaling $2,000, of which winning juniors Danny White and Sean Temple split $1,000 while their school, West Career and Technical Academy, also received $1,000. The boys’ teacher, Kip Sweikert, received an high-definition TV courtesy of Cox Media.
Forty-year Las Vegas resident Steve Rypka is a true environmentalist: His home is powered almost entirely by solar.
AARP is offering new and current members a two-hour interactive clinic Saturday on automotive safety, anti-fraud car care and the newest technology for experienced drivers. The program will be held from 9:30 to 11:30 a.m. at Findlay Honda, 7494 W. Azure Road.