First time buying online. Great communication throughout the whole process made me very comfortable with my purchase. I will recommend them to all my friends.
The most futuristic car I ever owned. Great value!
by Greg from Prospect Heights, IL
January 9, 2019
We bought this car because we do a lot of short trips where our regular, non-hybrid cars would get terrible gas mileage, so we thought the 33 miles of electric only would be perfect. And it is. Most days, we don't even use gasoline engine at all and stay in pure electric mode. The vehicle is quiet, smooth and offers great versatility and visibility. Since it is a Limited version, I particularly enjoy the dynamic cruise control and lane departure assistance, where the car literally keeps itself in your lane. Now, with lower temperatures, the battery only driving is good for about 23 miles while using the heater, but even when gas motor kicks in, gas mileage is impressive for such a large vehicle.
The Pacifica Hybrid blends all-electric local driving with unlimited internal combustion engine range in a vehicle big enough to seat seven and take brush to the composting facility. Its safety features include adaptive cruise control with autonomous braking which is amazing, and a lane departure system that gently pulls you back into your lane unless you choose to override it with an easy turn of the wheel. My only criticism is a navigation system that sometimes takes us out of our way and has stopped auditory directions; otherwise, this is a perfect car!
Came in when I got my first car from this dealer in 2012, and traded it in yesterday for a new car. After coming back 6 years later, the staff is just as incredible and easy to understand. Very forthcoming with knowledge of vehicles after giving a quick outline of your needs.
(This will sound like a commercial) Car buying always seemed like this big hassle. Seeing cars, driving cars, and being overwhelmed with understanding your contract(s). The people on board at Hawk know their stuff. They break down all information for you to easily digest and understand.
Thankfully I had a Sales Consultant there, Justin Eick, who helped me walk by some cars talk about what I wanted and needed. And he directed me into the absolute best car for me.
If you're reading this review, and you made it down this far, go here for a new car! You wont be disappointed.
Still exploring cost vs value and reliability
by KJ NY/FL Snowbird from FL
November 23, 2018
After about 200 miles of driving, the seats begin to feel uncomfortable. The storage compartments available to the driver in the door and console could be made easier to reach and more spacious. I miss the extra space and cup holders available in the Odyssey. As per the actual mileage per gallon, I am still evaluating the benefits of the hybrid. I really miss the fold away second row seats. Plugging in the car where available can be a challenge and I have not figured out the cost for electricity to charge this car. At home on 110, it actually takes 14 hours for a full charge. At a level 2 charging station operated by ChargePoint, , it usually takes me no less than 4 hours. The amount of kWh delivered at a Chargepoint station varies based on the battery level and if the port is being shared by another vehicle. The cost at a chargepoint Station is based on the agreement set up between Chargepoint and the owner of the location where it is installed. I have seen if offered for free (casino), by the Kwh and by the hour with a minimum cost per charge. Finding an open plugin station can be challenging. An app tells you the location of stations and if a station is being used but it does not tell you if the parking spot is accessible or if the station is in working order. Since a full charge only gives you a max of 33 miles (one gallon of gas). How much do you really save (and give up) by owning this hybrid vehicle? If I can keep my total miles driven per day under 33 and charge it at home every night for a cost of (?) , maybe I will achieve a savings that will offset the cost of this vehicle over a period of ? Years. During my first single charge commute from NY to FL, I averaged about 28 MPG
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