2017 Chrysler Pacifica is the new fancy, family-approved minivan!
2017 Chrysler Pacifica is the successor of the famed Town & Country and is an all-new platform. What can we expect from it? Well, one thing is certain: Chrysler wan’t joking when the launch of the 2017 Chrysler Pacifica was in question.
The company changed the name as they wanted to break away from the existing minivan associations and the Town & Country name’s link itself. Thus, they took a name that hardly anyone will link to the old version – it’s a new era, folks! If you want to read between lines, you could say that it’s an attempt to save younger buyers from the feeling of getting a model that they grew up in.
2017 Chrysler Pacifica is the new fancy, family-approved minivan
The 2017 Chrysler Pacifica ‘s new platform is wider and lighter than the Town & Country. Moreover, it has shorter overhangs, it’s wider, handles better, and it’s stiffer. It has a power V6 that puts out 287 horsepower and we expect to see a hybrid version as well.
Give the fact that the 2017 Chrysler Pacifica is a family minivan, safety shouldn’t be your biggest concern. The minivan has many safety features as well as toys, gadget, electronics and so on. In addition, it features forward collision warning, a 360° camera system, adaptive cruise, USB ports all over the place and many other things. It even has a vacuum cleaner. That’ll surely serve its purpose well.
Chrysler, as well as those who have tried it, call the 2017 Chrysler Pacifica the “ultimate family vehicle” and the reasons behind those statements are pretty legit. Also, you’ll heard people calling it an “extension of the family home”. With seating for 8 passenger, the 2017 Chrysler Pacifica updates the people mover. Well, that is ought to give you a clear understanding of who is interested in buying it.
With this model and its name, Chrysler is hoping to eliminate the “minivan stigma” if you ask me. People cast the minivans in a life-destroying light in the mainstream society and here, they are hoping to change that. Check it out!