Never thought I'd own a van. Better than an SUV.
Very clever stow away seats make it like an enclosed truck. Comfortable. Handles and accelerates better than I expected. We'll see about reliability. I would have liked to get more of the extra cost options.
Awesome vehicle. Runs and rides great. So far in the first 2,000 miles we have been averaging 26 miles per gallon. I would purchase another one with no question.
Horrible, nothing but problems
bought this 22 Pacifica in 6 of 2022. Before we drove off the lot we had issues with the stereo not connecting to Bluetooth and freezing. They noted this and we left. The stereo continued to freeze, glitch, lock us out of it with no rear climate control options. We took it to the dealer 3 times for this issue and finally after 10 days in the shop they determined it needed a new stereo. That was 10/2022. This still hasn’t been fixed. 8/2022 we took it in as the front doors were both sagging and had to go to the body shop to be realigned. 8/2022 sliding doors work 50% of the time. 8/2022 ceiling vent fell out hitting my daughter. 9/2022 noticed an annoying rattle in the dash, and back hatch began slamming when closing. The dealer couldn’t find the rattle and said they ordered the strut for the rear door as they believe it has failed. (Still not repaired) 9/2022 with about 7,000 miles I noticed a vibration in the brake pedal, almost like the rotors were warped. Took it in, tech couldn’t simulate the problem, told it was nothing. 1/23 the brakes got bad. Horrible vibration. I called the dealership to set up and appointment. When I got home from the grocery store my brakes were on FIRE! I had Chrysler tow it to the dealer. (13,000 miles) To add the last nail in the coffin, the dealer called me the next day and told me the vehicle was side swiped in the back lot. As of 11/2022 I had an attorney start a lemon case against Chrysler, to this day 1/2023 they still haven’t responded. I am beyond frustrated. I can’t even put my family back into that vehicle. That’s a major safety concern, what does Chrysler do? Absolutely nothing.