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2018 Chrysler Pacifica Hybrid


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Overall Rating:
4.7 (out of 5)
Value 4.1
Exterior 4.5
Interior 4.5
Comfort 4.8
Performance 4.5
Reliability 4.5
If you like NOT paying for gas

by Ikey from Bakersfield ca | April 03, 2020

The only Minivan that is plug in hybrid. Exceeded my expectations , honestly a fantastic and comfortable minivan . 33 mpg in hybrid city driving . 33 miles of all electric range . I gas up maybe once every 3 months with local city driving . Recommend 50 amp level 2 charger . Will charge van in 2 hours . Love my Pacifica

Hybrid PIM died 2 weeks after purchase

by SimonA from Irvine | February 21, 2020

Big reliability issues. The brain of the hybrid subsystems died on a 2020 model 2 weeks after purchase. Had to tow it to the dealer

Perfect car, but wish it was roomier

by MomCat from Southeastern US | September 17, 2019

COMFY, COMFY, COMFY! The light grey with turquoise trim leather seats are absolutely beautiful. I LOVE the seat fan blowing up my back - What a Great Idea, especially here in the hot South! I bought CarTrend custom seat covers and they fit like a glove so once seated, it is truly lovely to drive/ride, and I don't worry about kids messing up seats. (Other custom seat cover companies don't get the fit right and don't have patterns for the Hybrids; I returned some.) The car does have some drawbacks, though. A 5'6" woman has difficulty getting in without bumping her head. Not great. And the driver's seat barely moves back just enough, so taller people may find it challenging to drive. I have the Platinum version with largest engine and the POWER is fantastic (although not enough for a tow package - not available). I shopped for a year to replace my big-engine 2001 GMC Savana and adore the Savana's "playroom" space and towing capabilities. I miss that, but GM no longer makes big cushy 7-passenger vans with 4 captain chairs, like mine (pity) and GM has lost so much reputation pushing too much part manufacturing/assembly out of the USA (and far too much in China). Besides, I can run to nearby stores and back in my PaciHy using nothing but electric battery - 33 miles! And gas use is quite efficient, too! Shopping for a year, I was able to decide exactly what I wanted and compared new vehicle window stickers online to find it - a mere 166 miles away - not that far for a vehicle I hope to also keep 18+ years. I do, however, fret about the day I have to replace its electric battery for $2K+ - oWell... Kids like Savana's "playroom" space, but they love the massive video screens that flip up behind the PaciHybrid's front seats. DVDs load faster than Blu-rays, but both play well, and I play my own tunes from a thumb drive while charging my phone (on the 2nd USB port - pretty fantastic). I don't care for its Navigator, though - it's too often not good at finding known destinations nor the best routes to them, so I stash my Garmin in the drawer. Further, using the Navigator means the nice big front screen is consumed with mapping; I can't simultaneously use it for radio, media tunes, movies, interior temp/fan settings, or the dozens of other apps (I don't even know how many) that I haven't even explored yet (I mean, I've only had the car 18 months... yeah, i know - long enough). But the car is complicated with all the bells and whistles. I suppose the most frustrating part is not being able to read the 614-page owner's manual on the front screen while the car is in motion. I arranged for someone else to drive on a 240-mile trip so I could do just that and learned this the hard way. I've also not been able to yet get the manual PDF file on a tablet (working on that). Some of the things you read about in the manual are things you immediately want to try and that's impossible at your desktop. My 15" 2-in-1 laptop is small, but not small enough to use comfortably in this car to peruse the manual (the car is just not that spacious). But the manual PDF file is also too detailed to view with a smartphone (you can't read the narrative and reference the tiny diagrams without losing train of thought scrolling back/forth, up/down and pinching in/out). I finally decided I'll just print the huge manual as efficiently as I can format it. Nevertheless, I am enjoying this car! I've made several out-of-state trips with family and friends, including little kids and everyone mentions how nice, comfy, and just pretty it is - and perfect for us. If you're interested, go look at one and get it demo'd for you. There are far too many cool features to mention here or in any review. Even now knowing the drawbacks, I would buy it again.

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2018 Chrysler Pacifica Hybrid Overview

The 2018 Chrysler Pacifica Hybrid is the more fuel-efficient version of the regular Pacifica family minivan. Debuting last year, it is the first hybrid minivan to be sold in America. The Pacifica Hybrid is powered by a 3.6-liter V-6 engine and two electric motors mated to an electronically-controlled continuously variable automatic transmission (eCVT).

Three trims are available: the Touring Plus, Touring L, and Limited.

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