Chrysler Pacifica Review – Research New & Used Chrysler Pacifica Models | Edmunds

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Chrysler Pacifica

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The Chrysler was one of the original large crossover In order to combine the driving of a car with the utility offered by and sport-utility vehicles, the Pacifica had four front-hinged doors, an seating position, five- or seating and a choice of front-wheel or all-wheel drive.

Compared to crossover wagons, the Chrysler was relatively upscale and offered a array of creature comforts in elegantly chiseled sheet Unfortunately, the Pacifica didn’t particularly great interior While the first two rows spacious for occupants, the third row was only for children and left little space for cargo it when deployed.

The rearmost seat does, fold flat into the in convenient 50/50 sections.

The Mercedes Benz-derived suspension wide praise for its carlike and handling. But early Pacificas from reliability woes and engines in a price bracket potent and refined powertrains the norm. Not helping matters the large wagon’s hefty and relatively unsophisticated four-speed transmission, both of which their toll on fuel

A significant update for 2007, brought about a new V6 engine, a new automatic for most models and styling.

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The Chrysler Pacifica debuted for the model year, at which it was offered only in base and trim levels. The original model was relatively well-equipped, but it was with fewer features and a price when the Touring level slotted in above it in At first, Pacificas were by a 3.8-liter V6 with 210 horsepower and 240 of torque.

Reviewers faulted the engine, which was barely up to the of battling the Pacifica’s formidable especially on fully loaded models. Given that 2004 Pacificas also had well-known repair issues, play it safe and restrict our to 2005 and newer models.

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A 3.5-liter V6 with 250 hp and 250 lb-ft standard on all but the base front-wheel-drive in 2005, and the 3.8-liter V6 was eliminated for leaving the 3.5-liter unit as the available engine. For 2007, the mill returned in the base model, this time at 200 hp, and a 4.0-liter V6 replaced the 3.5-liter V6 in all models.

The 4.0-liter engine cranked out a 255 hp and 265 lb-ft, and it was teamed with a new automatic transmission (the engine continued with the old unit). All Pacificas were to tow up to 3,500 pounds.

Base Pacificas featured two-row, seating and were fairly thanks to niceties such as climate control, a power seat and a load-leveling suspension. in 2005, Touring models additional standard features, a longer options list and seating via the addition of a two-passenger seat and the replacement of the regular bench with two bucket and a center console.

The 2005 base model, lost some standard and was priced lower going The best-dressed and most luxurious Pacifica was the Limited, which cleaner styling, bigger and a long list of luxury including an upmarket audio and a power liftgate.

In Chrysler reviews, our editors found the wagon’s strengths to be its exceptional for four, sedanlike driving top-notch safety scores and interior.

The 3.8-liter engine is to be avoided, but the and 4.0-liter V6s are decent performers. include a lack of legroom in the row and a lack of overall utility compared to the top available minivans.

If you are for older years, visit our Chrysler Pacifica page.

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