What’s Not to Love About the All New 2017 Chrysler Pacifica

About 10 years ago I bought my first “mom” car. I bought a Chrysler Pacifica crossover. It was perfect and exactly what I needed – enough sport to still feel young and ‘normal’ – and enough room for the kids and all their stuff without feeling like a soccer Mom (not that there is anything wrong with that!)

I wasn’t ready for a minivan at the time – I mean, who can jam out and speed down the interstate with their windows down in a van right? Anyway, I fell in love with my Pacifica. I drove it until it couldn’t drive anymore and I was quite upset when I found out they quit making them like they used to.

Then I saw this; the 2017 Chrysler Pacifica.

While still a minivan – and technically here to replace the Chrysler’s famous town & country, the all new Pacifica gives a sportier look and feel compared to its older counterpart.

If the room and view doesn’t sell you, some of the great features of this new minivan will, such as:
Stow n’ Go Seats
Roomy 3rd row seats
Surround-view camera*
Forward collision alert*
Duel-screen rear entertainment system*
Automated parallel parking*
Built-in vacuum*
UConnect Access*
USB input
Bluetooth
5″ Center touchscreen display
3 Zone climate control*
Heated mirrors*
6 speaker surround sound system
Electric parking break

It’s 287 hp V6 engine gives great fuel economy (around 31 mpg). They also offer a hybrid model that is said to go 30 miles before switching to gas!

The 2017 model even won the 2017 Best Minivan for the Money Award. So if you are looking into purchasing a 2017 Chrysler Pacifica, this is a great choice! Be sure to check with your local dealership for specials and incentives!

*features based on model purchased; not all models contain all the above mentioned extra features.

 

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