The little boy and the pitter made me smile in their tiny van. The reviewer admits he doesn't have any kids but has a dog and that is close enough lol It's true some people's dogs are their kids. From making the dog food to providing and good comfortable ride:)
Introducing Roadshow's long-term 2017 Chrysler Pacifica
In the era of crossovers, the minivan gets a bad rap. But not everybody digs a hatchback on stilts. For many, the minivan still represents the ultimate family hauler, and to prove that minivans can still hold their own, we've snagged one up for the next year or so.
This is our long-term 2017 Chrysler Pacifica. The Pacifica is a brand-new minivan, meant as a replacement for the tired Town & Country. Its 3.6-liter V6 puts out an ample 287 horsepower while returning 19 mpg city and 28 highway, which is very close to best in class. Like nearly every other minivan, it's only available in front-wheel drive.
It's not a bad deal, either. With a starting price of $28,995, it's affordable for the family that needs reliable transportation for a whole bunch of people. But since we're the tech-focused sort, we opted to go big -- real big.
Our long-termer comes in the Limited trim, with all the doodaddery expected in a 21st-century minivan, and with several options boxes ticked, its out-the-door price is an eye opening $48,950. Woof.
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