Sometimes the smallest things make the biggest impression.
If you really want to know about a Chrysler Pacifica, the best thing to do is a test drive it.
Feature-rich, grand amenities await your arrival but don’t count on sticker shock.
In fact, the Chrysler Pacifica is one of the most well-priced minivans out there and then the small things that make the Pacifica impressive are not just impressive to one person but to the masses. Let’s take a look at the small things that make the Pacifica impressive.
Sometimes the best way to discuss a car is to drive the car.
Curios is as curious does, so to find out more a test drive of the Chrysler Pacifica was in order.
It’s The Small Things That Make The Pacifica Impressive
This post is based on my knowledge of the vehicle after test-driving and all images and content are my own.
Want to get a really good idea of how impressive the Chrysler Pacifica is for yourself?
Head on over to your local Chrysler dealership and test drive the vehicle.
From the front storage bin (top) that can hold coins, I converted it into my gum, ponytail and sanitizer holder in addition to gum, and chargers.
I loved the (bottom left) cup holders that were bubble driven to convert to EVERY size cup even those huge ones you get with slushies in them!
In addition to the floor, the storage was great for DVDs, and pharmacy drive-thru runs where I tossed the package until we got home and it rolled nowhere.
I love these bag holders that are all over the car from the cargo at the tailgate lift to the chairs in the back seat.
Once you attach the handle you don’t have to worry about the contents spilling out!
As for the screen, that is just grand and the ParkView Rear Back-Up camera was my best friend as you can see. (yellow, red and green lines).
Inside The Back Seats
The interior was Black/Alloy and sharp to look at including 2nd and 3rd-row Stow’n Go Seats (with plenty of bag hooks) and USB outlets.
The van is totally built for families, tech, and our day-to-day lives.
The seat configurations were awesome.
We consistently moved the seating the way it worked best.
Sometimes I used the Stow n’ Go to make an easy entrance for the boys I was toting to hockey because they wanted to sit as far away from me as possible (teens, eye roll) and other times we left the middle seat down and used it for the cup holders.
We filled these with chips, cocoa, drinks, sodas, it was unending and useful.
The Dad And Daughter Moment
So, one night, my husband decided he was going in the back to play with the Seatback Video Screens because the kids have been having so much fun, he wanted in on the action.
We loaded up and changed the seating up and this is how we rolled.
Caution, you will see one dad being silly and having a blast compliments of the Pacifica!
The Boys Being Boys
Need a little laugh? Then watch what boys do when they find all the special features on the minivan.
Stow n’ Go suddenly had a new reason to Stow n’ Go a 6’2 Teen! His brother is all giggles!