Chrysler Pacifica

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2020
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2020 Chrysler Pacifica Ratings & Reliability
The Pacifica minivan is offered in seven- or eight-passenger configurations, and it retains the handy fold-into-the-floor second-row seats. But these seats have limited thigh support. The 3.6-liter V6 engine, paired with a nine-speed automatic transmission, provides plenty of power and gets a decent 21 mpg overall. Handling is responsive, the ride is comfortable, and the cabin is quiet. A plug-in hybrid version is available with an electric range of about 30 miles before it reverts to hybrid operation and gets 27 mpg. The latest version of the Uconnect touch-screen system is intuitive and easy to master. High-end versions of the Pacifica feature individual screens with built-in games for the rear passengers. For 2020 the Voyager name returns and takes over the two lower trims, L and LX.
2017-2019
2017 Redesign Year
Chrysler Pacifica 2019
The Pacifica is name chosen for the Town & Country minivan replacement. The new van is much better than the Town & Country and offered in seven- and eight-passenger configurations and retains the handy fold-into-the-floor second-row seats. But these seats have limited thigh support. The 3.6-liter V6, paired with a nine-speed automatic transmission, provides ample power and gets an impressive 21 mpg overall. Handling is responsive, the ride is comfortable, and the cabin is quiet. A plug-in hybrid version is available with a claimed electric range of 30 miles. The latest version of the UConnect touch-screen system is intuitive and easy to master. High-end versions of the Pacifica feature individual screens, with built-in games, for the rear passengers.
Average Retail Price Trade-in Price Reliability Verdict Owner Satisfaction View Local Inventory
2019 $21,925 - $31,575 $20,535 - $30,085
2018 $17,900 - $27,000 $16,440 - $25,540
2017 $17,150 - $27,100 $14,860 - $25,610
2004-2008
2004 Redesign Year
Chrysler Pacifica 2008
The wagon-like Pacifica has a comfortable ride and fairly nimble handling. Power comes from a coarse-sounding and fuel-thirsty 3.5-liter V6 that provides only adequate acceleration. The optional all-wheel-drive system works well for winter driving. The driving position is higher than in most sedans and lower than most SUVs', but a high beltline compromises the feeling of spaciousness and visibility. The interior seats six in three rows. The second row seats just two, so when the third row is folded, this is a four-seat vehicle. Crash-test results are impressive. A five-passenger version arrived for 2005, and the Pacifica received a 4.0-liter V6 for 2007. Chrysler discontinued the Pacifica SUV after the 2008 model.
Average Retail Price Trade-in Price Reliability Verdict Owner Satisfaction View Local Inventory
2008 $3,100 - $4,925 $1,120 - $2,410
2007 $2,825 - $4,650 $920 - $2,175
2006 $2,650 - $4,200 $760 - $1,815
2005 $2,525 - $3,650 $660 - $1,365
2004 $2,775 - $2,950 $860 - $1,010