Chrysler Pacifica Features –
- Seats up to 7
- Collapsible 3rd row seating
- Hands-free entry
- Dual zone air conditioning
- Stow ‘N Vac™
The Chrysler Pacifica was designed with comfort in mind, so naturally we started with the seats. The Pacifica has a 12-way adjustable driver seat including four-way power lumbar support so passengers can customize their comfort. First-row occupants enjoy impressive legroom that maximizes the distance from pedals to occupant to accommodate longer legs. Pacifica also offers a spacious third row, heated and ventilated seats and Nappa leather-trimmed seats.
Whether you need to carry passengers, cargo, or a mix of both, Pacifica accommodates you with up to 243 available seating configurations. The Pacifica features Best-in-Class cargo volume. Plus, the Chrysler Pacifica is the only minivan on the market to offer Stow ‘N Go Seating on all rows of seats, so families can always take all of their seats with them.
What are critics saying about the Chrysler Pacifica?
If you’ve either been a passenger in or owned a steady flow of Honda Odysseys and Toyota Siennas throughout your life, you are forgiven for thinking that Chrysler minivans have largely existed in a state of perpetual rental fleet mediocrity. While Chrysler was a pioneer of the segment in the ’80s, the last couple decades have been a lot more like the rolling equivalent of the Cleveland Browns or Wachowski movies after The Matrix. But here comes the 2017 Chrysler Pacifica. It’s a new name for a new van, and get ready to reset your expectations. Read More >>
Car and Driver –
It’s an all-new minivan, with a new name—and by our estimate, it’s also the best. As a family hauler, safety is key; Chrysler boasts of more than 100 standard and available features including a surround-view camera, adaptive cruise control, and forward-collision alert. Stow n’ Go seats are standard; a built-in vacuum is on the top model. The sole engine is a 287-hp V-6 with a 9-speed automatic; a hybrid comes later, with an electric-only range of 30 miles. Look for the Pacifica this spring. Read More >>