In this segment, Kristin talks to Mary Ann Capo of Fiat-Chrysler about the new changes to America’s most popular minivan, the Pacifica, and its new Voyager sibling. The two women look at the van twins and talk about the new S trim and more. Check these beauties out!
In this episode, Kristin and Aaron talk about their ideas for ultimate family vehicles. Looking beyond the boring and normal, there’s a lot out there for those who want something family-friendly, but ultimate. Plus there’s a point where even Kristin has to agree that Aaron hit the nail on the head when it comes to the perfect song for one of the ultimate family vehicle choices.
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Despite my having lobbied continually for a Chrysler Pacifica Hybrid Hellcat minivan, Chrysler did not unveil one at their special event in Michigan. Instead, they unveiled a new Hellcat muscle car and a new version of the Pacifica called the Chrysler Voyager. Here’s my highly disappointed self giving the skinny. http://www.AaronOnAutos.com
Thirty-five years ago, the minivan appeared and quickly took over the suburban landscape as the family-hauler of choice. Being car-based, minivans were roomier, more ergonomic, and far more fuel efficient than were the huge sport utilities they competed against in the post-wagon landscape. By the time Plymouth unveiled the Voyager …
The Chrysler Pacifica debuted in 2017 as an all-new minivan to (eventually) replace the best-selling Town & Country model. The Pacifica offers more modern and appealing styling, the huge interior roominess minivans are known for, and excellent everyday dynamics. The 2018 Pacifica Hybrid adds on extreme fuel efficiency as the …
For the holidays, my family wanted to visit grandma so we needed a great road trip vehicle to make that happen. Fiat Chrysler Automobiles loaned us one of their new 2017 Pacifica minivans and #GrandmasOrBust was born. Read about it at iSeeCars.com.
The 2014 Transit Connect Wagon has been unveiled in production prototype form and promises to deliver another rendition of Ford’s Power of Choice drivetrain multiplicity. From gasoline to electricity, the Transit Connect Wagon will have something for everyone. Read the rest at FutureCars