With the all-new Pacifica, Chrysler is taking the auto industry by storm and reaffirming the distinction between the SUV and the minivan. 2017 Chrysler Pacifica reviews have raved thus far, citing that the minivan is "still the best deal on the market" for pure transportation.

SUVs have more powerful engines for bigger jobs, while crossovers can't compete with the interior space. Minivans like the Pacifica have the most space, the best fuel economy, the most practical engines, and the most appealing sticker price, especially considering the hybrid option of the new Pacifica. Chief of Chrysler Passenger Car Brands Tim Kuniskis said that the minivan is "a tool for the family," whereas SUVs are more versatile but less family-focused tool.

The 2017 Pacifica will arrive at dealerships this spring with a starting price of $28,595 for the lowest of its five trim levels. The Pacifica replaces the now-defunct Town & Country, offering sophisticated styling and sleek design work without sacrificing the interior space.

Minivans have never looked this good on the outside. With the Pacifica's abundant features like UConnect Theater for the backseat passengers and active safety technology, they’ve never been this good on the inside, either.

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