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The current Chrysler Pacifica represents a steep departure from its long-running predecessor, the Town & Country. Resurrected in early 2016 from a former life as a crossover in the early 2000s, the vehicle offers the latest safety technology and convenience features meant to compete with best of the best in the minivan segment.
The 2nd generation Chrysler Pacifica was reborn as a minivan for the 2017 model year. Key features include a 3.6-liter V6 making 287 hp, an efficient 9-spd transmission and popular innovations like Stow ‘n Go seating. Shoppers can outfit their Pacifica with the latest driver assistance tech like forward collision warning, adaptive cruise control, blind spot monitoring and more.
The 1st generation Chrysler Pacifica was a wagon-like crossover with an available three-row configuration that helped it straddle the line between an SUV and minivan. Although its life was relatively short-lived from 2004 to 2008, the vehicle was popular with shoppers looking for a unique alternative to the traditional family hauler.