One of the ways that reviewers have described the Pacifica so far is that it makes the minivan cool again. While this may appear to be blasphemous since the minivan is seen as the refugee of the family man who won’t be able to drive the “cool car” again, the Pacifica is seeming to change that idea. A new review from the Chicago Tribune certainly helps to illustrate how the Pacifica is the king of the mountain of minivans.
The review notes that the Pacifica is replacing the Town and Country in a push by Chrysler to revitalize the minivan market. The Pacifica name adds a layer of cool to the whole minivan thing. That is also added by the distinct visual cues the Pacifica uses, having itself look like a blend of a crossover and a minivan.
The reviewer took the Pacifica for a 1,000-mile drive in the Colorado Rockies and passed on the experience with his family in tow, he came out quite impressed.
“The difference is that the minivan has never been this good.”
Check out the review to see the highlights of his trip as well as just why he enjoyed driving it so much.
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