Chrysler 300 Wins Big with Edmunds Most Want Car Awards

Edmunds’ Most Wanted awards have honored the Chrysler 300 as the winner of its Large Car segment. 

The 2018 Edmunds Most Wanted Awards is given for 17 different segments.  The way the winner is chosen is by analyzing the data from the first nine months of 2017 for all models on sale during that period.  From there Edmunds checked their site activity to see the vehicles in the different segments and their highest sales and the lowest average days-to-turn.  Then rankings for each were then weighed to figure out the winner of each category.

“Bold and aggressive, the Chrysler 300 stands out in a class of largely look-alike sedans, and its originality makes it one of the most popular large cars on the market,” said Jessica Caldwell, the executive director of industry analysis at Edmunds.

The 2018 Chrysler 300 3.60-liter V-6 models are available with the segment’s most technologically advanced all-wheel-drive system.  It also features class-exclusive innovations with the Uconnect 4 system. 

Chrysler Pacifica Wins Innovation Award for Weight Reduction

The Chrysler Pacifica has been consistently awarded for its various features since it has been released.  It’s the new age of the minivan with the Pacifica leading the charge and few vehicles have been as universally awarded in such a short amount of time.  The Pacifica has another award to add to the shelf, but this one is for an achievement the minivan pulled off that doesn’t get much buzz.  The Pacifica made an achievement in weight reduction.

The fifth annual Altair Enlighten Awards have awarded the Pacifica for innovation in automotive lightweighting. 

“The 2017 Chrysler Pacifica is a testament to our team’s engineering capability.  It’s not only lighter than the vehicle it replaced; it’s longer, wider and more efficient.  The Pacifica has also earned superior safety ratings and widespread media acclaim.  We are proud to add the Altair Enlighten Award to its list of team achievements.”

The Pacifica was able to reduce its weight with a blend of high-strength steel, aluminum, and magnesium in its body structure that is nearly 250 pounds lighter than the model it is replacing.  This helps the Pacifica have an improved fuel economy on the highway and does not sacrifice safety.

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2017 Chrysler Pacifica and Pacifica Hybrid Win Big at the Greater Atlanta Automotive Media Association

The 2017 Chrysler Pacifica and Pacifica Hybrid received top honors at the Greater Atlanta Automotive Media Association (GAAMA).  The Pacifica Hybrid took home the awards for overall Best Family Car and Best Technology Family Car and the Pacifica received the Best Three-row Family Car.

The members of GAAMA graded the vehicles based on several categories and on a trip along scenic routes at the Lake Lanier Islands Resort and Conference Center in Buford, Georgia.

The Pacifica and the Pacifica Hybrid have been racking up the award wins from various outlets.  It’s been a remarkably new entry to what many consider a boring segment.  Few auto companies have been putting so much into the minivan market to try to revitalize it out of the soccer parents category and into a true family vehicle.  It brings a new and beautiful exterior as well as being loaded with all kinds of technology to keep the driver and passengers safe as well as plenty of entertainment options to help passengers in longer drives.

The Pacifica Hybrid is another major upgrade to the minivan.  The Pacifica boosts an innovative hybrid powertrain and is the first electrified vehicle in the minivan segment.  It also is capable of an incredible 84 miles per gallon equivalent in electric-only mode and 33 miles of all-electric range.

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