As a GM/Chevrolet Certified Service, repair, maintenance, and parts provider, we offer competitive prices, Certified Service factory-trained technicians, and genuine GM parts when we work on your vehicle. No other non-GM certified center knows your vehicle needs like we do. Guaranteed. So turn to the trusted professionals at Chapman Chevrolet for all of your maintenance, service, and parts needs.
As your comprehensive owner benefit program, Chevrolet Complete Care ensures our commitment to owner satisfaction.
Easily track your service history and store service records online at the Chevrolet Owner Center. Watch how-to videos, view or download your Owner's Manual, check your warranty status, access recall information and more.
Regular oil changes can help improve the performance and fuel economy of your Chevrolet car, truck, or SUV. Many older model Chevrolet vehicles, including those manufactured without or before the creation of the Oil Life Monitoring System, require oil changes at 3,000 mile intervals. However, thanks to advances in engine technologies, newer models have a much longer range between oil changes. Always refer to your Chevrolet Vehicle Owner's Manual for oil change intervals for your specific vehicle.
Certified Service technicians at your Chevrolet dealer are trained to understand how your vehicle uses its oil and how it monitors oil life. So an oil change from a Certified Service technician not only gives you great service, convenience, and a great price, but you also receive the added value of our expertise on when the time is right for your Chevrolet.
What's more, the Certified Service technicians at Chapman Chevrolet can provide a detailed vehicle inspection with oil change services, so you can be sure you get the most service value from each maintenance visit.
Tire wear depends on several factors, including your driving style and tire maintenance habits. The wrong size load and speed rating can void your warranty. But one sure way to know when to replace your tires is when tread wear indicators appear. A tire's built-in tread wear indicators are wear bars that look like narrow strips of smooth rubber across the tread and appear when it's time to replace the tire. You also need a new tire if: