CARS.COM — Chrysler is looking to get back some of its Reagan-era glory as the pioneer of the minivan segment with its evolutionary Town & Country replacement, the 2017 Pacifica. The stylistic departure of this new minivan from its predecessor is remarkable. The Pacifica takes cues from the current Chrysler 200 sedan while adding sleeker, curvier styling with a more SUV-like appearance that could attract suburban soccer-practice chauffeurs self-conscious about being perceived as such by driving a minivan.
Inside the Pacifica is a modern, sophisticated cabin featuring a new 8.4-inch touch-screen for Chrysler’s Uconnect multimedia system, and the optional Uconnect Theater for rear passengers with a pair of 10-inch touch-screens mounted in the backs of the front-seat headrests. The automaker’s innovative Stow ‘n Go seating also has been redesigned with larger, purportedly more comfortable seats that fold flat into the floor.
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