The open road and warm weather form a fantastic duo
The warmer weather is here, which can only mean one thing: summer vacation road trips! Whether you’re going out with friends or with the whole family, having the right vehicle can make all the difference.
2015 Chevrolet Camaro Convertible
What’s better than driving down the highway in an American icon that won’t break the bank? The 2015 Camaro Convertible is the epitome of affordable performance and it starts at an MSRP of $23,705. Power comes from a 323 hp V6 engine, or an available V8 engine that bumps the power up to 426 horses. For those who demand even more, the Camaro ZL1 uses a supercharged 6.2-liter V8 for a pavement torching 580 horsepower. A nine-speaker Boston Acoustics audio system, Chevrolet MyLink and the safety and security of OnStar vehicle telematics are all on hand to keep you connected. AutoTrader added, "For those interested in big off-the-line acceleration and burnout potential combined with sharp handling skills and respectable fuel economy, the 2015 Camaro delivers it all. It almost sounds too good to be true.”
2015 Jeep Wrangler
The Jeep Wrangler is among the most recognized vehicles on the road today and its fan base is a rabid one with good reason. Recent accolades include being named to KBB.com’s “10 Coolest Cars Under $25,000," who also gave it a “Best Resale Value Award."
Starting at an MSRP of $22,795, the 2015 Wrangler adds even more equipment including an improved sound system, and a new toolkit to help remove the roof, doors and bumper, making the Wrangler the ultimate off-road companion. Just think of the memories you’ll make when roads aren’t your boundary. If you need more room, the four-door Wrangler Unlimited is also available.
"With roots going all the way back to the Willy’s ‘Jeep’ used during WWII, the iconic Jeep Wrangler is one of the purest and most capable SUVs on the market today,” according to Left Lane News.
2015 Chrysler 300
Sitting in the lap of luxury is a great way to make any trip more memorable, and the 300 is a great choice with stand out design, impressive performance, solid fuel efficiency and heaps of luxury amenities. Aside from the most powerful V6 engine in its class and an available V8 engine that pushes over 360 horsepower and nearly 400 lb/ft of torque, the 300 is available with features like Poltrona Frau leather, the Uconnect infotainment system with the largest touchscreen in its class and an incredible 19-speaker audio system by harman/kardon. There are also over 80 safety and security features.
Cars.com noted, “The 2015 Chrysler 300's attention-grabbing styling, elegant interior and composed road manners convey an overall classiness that rivals other large sedans."
2015 Kia Sedona
The Sedona is all-new for 2015 and it features a design like nothing else in the segment, sporting a blend of crossover and minivan. A recent winner of Motor Trend’s “Minivan Big Test” where the Sedona toppled the Honda Odyssey, Toyota Sienna and Chrysler Town & Country. The Sedona was also named the 2015 AutoBytel Van/Minivan of the Year. The newest Sedona sports some of the most impressive features you can find in a minivan including first-class lounge seating, a heated steering wheel, UVO infotainment system and an Infinity audio system. You’ll also find seating for up to eight passengers, and up to 142 cubic feet of cargo capacity, so even a cross-country road trip with the family is attainable.
Regardless of what you choose, the right financing is only a phone call away. Or simply stop by and let us get you on your way to making memories this summer.
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