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Chapman Honda, an Arizona Honda Dealer, invites you to visit us and experience the pride we take in the vehicles we represent and the service we provide to our customers. Chapman is your premier Tucson Honda Dealer! Located in Tucson Arizona. Chapman Honda serves the entire Arizona valley including Tempe, Phoenix and Scottsdale.
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Chapman Honda in Tucson Introduces The New Honda Fit - Find Out More Click Here!
Versatile, fuel-efficient and fun five-door now features a quieter interior and available Bluetooth HandsFreeLink. The Honda Fit builds on its proven strengths with updated styling on Fit Sport, interior upgrades on all models, and the addition of new standard and available features. The Fit's interior material quality is improved, and thicker glass and more sound deadening materials lower noise levels. The Fit remains a packaging miracle, with plenty of cargo space and a spacious rear seat.
Chapman Honda in Tucson Introduces The New Honda Civic - Find Out More Click Here!
The Honda Civic emphasizes fuel economy and comfort across an expanded range of models and body styles. The Civic hybrid continues to be the fuel-economy standard-bearer, with EPA ratings of 44 mpg city and highway. Honda also offers a thrifty conventional version, the HF, with a 140-hp, 1.8-liter four and low-rolling-resistance tires; it's capable of 29 mpg city and 41 highway. A natural-gas model will be available later this year. The sporty Civic Si returns with a modest horsepower gain from a new 2.4-liter, four-cylinder engine. Honda took no chances with the styling. The Honda Civic is J.D. Power and Associates' "Highest Ranked Compact Car in Initial Quality in a Tie" with the Honda Insight in their 2011 Initial Quality Study. In addition, the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) has named the 2012 Civic Sedan a "2011 Top Safety Pick," based on more stringent standards implemented in 2010. The Civic Sedan received top ratings in each category including frontal offset, side impact and rear impact crash safety tests and the new roof-strength test.
Chapman Honda in Tucson Introduces The New Honda Accord - Find Out More Click Here!
Few vehicles over the past three decades have garnered as much respect in America as the Honda Accord. It hasn't achieved this by being sporty, glamorous or sexy. Instead, it has, for every year, offered what most Americans want out of their daily transportation. Take an Accord for a test-drive and you'll find it comfortable, roomy, intelligently engineered and easy to drive. Research it, and you'll find it backed by a solid reputation for reliability, a strong resale value and an emphasis on safety. What's special about the Honda Accord is its completeness. It scores well in all of the categories that people expect a family-oriented sedan or coupe to cover, not just a few. When examined from a holistic standpoint, it's easy to see why this Honda car has become an automotive icon.
Chapman Honda in Tucson Introduces The New Honda CR-V
With its car-based design, four-cylinder engine and sedan-like ride and handling, the CR-V is an instant hit. Priced competitively and offering plenty of passenger room and cargo capacity for most people's needs, the Honda CR-V has long enjoyed strong sales numbers and much loyalty from consumers. While some models offer V6 engines and others can deliver true off-road capability, the Honda CR-V remains focused on its carlike aspirations. True to form, it is one of the best choices available in the all-important areas of on-road drivability and practicality. Buyers can choose from four trim levels the LX, SE, EX and EX-L. The LX gets you the basics like powered accessories, air-conditioning and a CD player. The SE adds alloy wheels, rear privacy glass and an upgraded audio system. The high-volume EX model adds niceties like keyless entry, alloy wheels, an upgraded stereo, moonroof and privacy glass. For those who want it all, the uplevel EX-L's additions include leather upholstery, a power driver seat, satellite radio, a USB audio jack and a subwoofer. The sole item on the SUV's options list is a touchscreen navigation system that includes a rearview camera and Bluetooth.
Chapman Honda in Tucson Introduces The New Honda CR-Z
The Honda CR-Z represents a compromise between eco-friendly fuel consumption and excitement. Honda makes use of a hybrid powertrain to motivate this sporty-looking two-seater. The Honda CR-Z was introduced for the 2011 model year and is offered in three trim levels: base, EX and EX with navigation. The base model features alloy wheels, automatic climate control, full power accessories, cruise control and an audio system with USB/auxiliary audio jacks. The EX adds xenon headlights, foglights, heated side mirrors, Bluetooth and a premium audio system. A voice-activated navigation system is optional on the EX. Other options include 17-inch wheels, performance tires and satellite radio.
Chapman Honda in Tucson Introduces The New Honda Insight
The current-generation Honda Insight model combines a small gas engine with an electric motor that's powered by a battery pack. The Insight, a four-door hybrid hatchback with seating for five, is available in base, LX and uplevel EX trim. Standard equipment for the base model includes 15-inch steel wheels, antilock brakes, stability control, automatic climate control and a two-speaker sound system. The LX adds cruise control, four speakers for the sound system and an iPod/USB audio interface. The EX comes with 15-inch alloy wheels, heated mirrors, steering-wheel audio controls and six speakers. The EX can also be equipped with a navigation system and Bluetooth.
Chapman Honda in Tucson Introduces The New Honda Ridgeline
Rather than having a separate cab and bed, the Ridgeline's body unites the two. Underneath, the Ridgeline uses an architecture that combines the techniques of both unibody and full-frame construction. Although it shares some of its running gear with the Honda Pilot, fully 90 percent of the Ridgeline is unique and should not just be considered the pickup version of Honda's SUV. The Honda Ridgeline pickup is available in one four-door body style. There are three trim levels: base RT, midlevel RTS and leather-lined RTL. A few key features of all Ridgelines include a hidden trunk in the cargo bed that doubles as an ice chest, a dent-proof bed liner, a four-wheel independent suspension (for a smoother ride and more agile handling), a trailer hitch and a power sliding rear window.
Chapman Honda in Tucson Introduces The New Honda Element
The Honda Element sport-utility remains one of the most distinctive and useful shapes on the road. It's relatively short -- 7 inches shorter than Honda's smallest sedan -- and surprisingly tall. But behind that cubist philosophy is a level of versatility that sets it apart from many other small wagons and compact SUVs.
As opposed to a conventional four-door setup, the Honda Element has "clamshell" rear doors that pivot backward a full 90 degrees. Without a B-pillar to intrude, opening both side doors creates an extra-large portal through which you can easily load passengers or bulky cargo. In back, the tailgate lowers like a pickup's and is split from the upper glass. The theater-style rear seats provide plenty of visibility and legroom and can be configured in multiple ways. And with the rear seats removed, you've got an impressive 75 cubic feet of cargo space to play with.
Chapman Honda in Tucson Introduces The New Honda Pilot
Offering exceptional V6 power, above-average fuel economy, easy maneuverability, plenty of interior comfort and versatility, and seven-to-eight-passenger seating, the Honda Pilot is the kind of vehicle that families leery of the minivan stigma are looking for. The Honda Pilot is available with front-wheel drive or all-wheel drive and in four trim levels: LX, EX, EX-L and Touring. Third-row seating capacity is comfortable and offers extra room for adults. Its boxy shape and maximum cargo capacity of 87 cubic feet mean that the Pilot can handle just about anything the average family can cram into it. All Pilots are powered by a 3.5-liter V6 that generates 250 horsepower and 253 pound-feet of torque. A five-speed automatic is the only available transmission. The LX comes standard with 17-inch steel wheels, keyless entry, a tilt/telescoping steering wheel, full power accessories, cruise control and a seven-speaker CD/MP3 audio system. The EX adds 17-inch alloy wheels, a power driver seat, an in-dash six-CD changer, tri-zone automatic climate control and satellite radio. The EX-L upgrades to leather upholstery, heated front seats, a sunroof and a rearview-mirror-mounted back-up camera. The high-end Touring model includes a 10-speaker audio system, Bluetooth, a rear entertainment system and a navigation system (optional on the EX-L).
Chapman Honda in Tucson Introduces The New Honda Odyssey
The Honda Odyssey has been a favored pick among minivans with a spacious cabin and an innovative third-row seat that folds into the floor. Now in its latest generation, the Odyssey is one of the top minivans currently available. The Honda Odyssey offers confident driving dynamics and a long-standing record of reliability. Plus it's sleek styling, roomy interior, improved fuel economy and new features make it an all-around family favorite. There are five trim levels: LX, EX, EX-L, Touring and Touring Elite. The entry-level LX comes fairly well equipped with features like a power driver seat, a 60/40-split-folding third-row seat, air-conditioning and a full power accessories jack. The EX adds items like alloy wheels, power-sliding side doors, tri-zone automatic climate control, a multifunction second-row seat and an upgraded audio system. EX-L models offer further enhancements that include a power liftgate, a sunroof and leather upholstery. The Touring and Touring Elite models will get you navigation and a rear-seat entertainment system.
Chapman Honda in Tucson Introduces The New Honda Crosstour
The Honda Crosstour, also sometimes called the Honda Accord Crosstour has components that are mostly shared with the V-6 Honda Accord Sedan, but much of the rest is very different. For starters, the Crosstour is taller, rides higher, and is quite a bit heavier; and its hatchback body style, at least at first look, teases a lot more utility and versatility than Accord Sedans. The Honda Crosstour comes equipped as well as an Accord V-6, and then some. A 360-watt sound system and dual-zone climate control are standard. And it's a better value with the addition of standard USB connectivity, Bluetooth hands-free, and a rear-view camera system.