Chrysler's new minivan is more than just a re-name of the popular Town & Country, it's an all-new family hauler that bundles all the best features of the Caravan and Town & Country with many of the popular features from the competition. The combination creates the best minivan on sale in America stiff competition for the Honda Odyssey. Chrysler's rabbit in the hat will be the upcoming Pacifica Hybrid, the first plug-in hybrid minivan in America. Stay tuned for a full review on the hybrid coming soon.

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    • Jay Mac
      Jay Mac

      The Pacifica is gorgeous. It’s a shame it doesn’t have LED headlights though... and that it’s gonna be really unreliable. Aside front reliability, it is the best minivan. Odyssey makes a good case for itself but it’s not as nice inside. Sienna is reliable but it’s getting kinda old. Sedona is comfortable but it’s low on features. Caravan is a good value but it’s very outdated

      about 24 days ago
    • Dominic Bothur
      Dominic Bothur

      This minivan is amazing! I never liked minivans, but when this came out I did. The seats are awesome and the storage in the second row and the first row are very cool and handy and practical. I usually would go for a three row suv like a Cadillac escalade or chevy suburban, but they are very very expensive. These minivans are cheap and look great. Another thing that I found cool is the gear switch. I've never seen anything like it. Its definitely a nice minivan.

      about 1 month ago
    • hcwollaston

      A cleverly designed minivan (better than other minivans and much better than any SUV for most users) from a company that is not trustworthy.

      about 1 month ago
    • Michael Gehrke
      Michael Gehrke

      Why doesn't anyone who reviews minivans talk about the tire wear problem on the Toyota Siena ?

      about 2 months ago
    • japanwatchconnection

      These vans, as the vast majority of FCA products, are junk. Do not purchase these third rate products. Pay a little more and get a quality van from the competition.

      about 2 months ago
    • angie besandre
      angie besandre

      Ours is 2012 Chrysler grand voyager limited 2.8 diesel. The second row don't have the middle seat, so it's easier to walk to the third row, so for me it's nicer than this new one as you don't have to remove the middle seat. and The limited is much nicer . My only wish is hope they produce a four wheel drive as we used to using a Toyota Land Cruiser VX Limited diesel turbo which is very strong, durable and dependable and course can do off and on road.

      about 2 months ago
    • Smug Smugly
      Smug Smugly

      I wouldn't want a big red Testica

      about 3 months ago
    • Jay Moo
      Jay Moo

      Extra thumbs up for the Plymouth Voyager story lol

      about 3 months ago
    • SomeGuyWithMtnDew

      I prefer my family's 2007 Sienna CE

      about 3 months ago
    • Bon Anderson
      Bon Anderson

      Many thanks to Alex. This is an extremely helpful, thorough review!!

      about 3 months ago
    • DBR Enterprises Inc
      DBR Enterprises Inc

      Those seats folded backwards like the fords do I. The explorer and the flex btw did you do a video on the flex I can’t remember

      about 3 months ago
    • Sciron

      It’s queen of the minivans lol

      about 4 months ago
    • Balken Kreuz
      Balken Kreuz

      Man, I wanted to purchase a Pacifica right after the review was over, lol! But seriously, though. This was a very well done and thorough review.

      about 5 months ago
    • CiTY_HuNTeR

      Fuel economy appears on both pro and cons on Nissan quest....

      about 6 months ago
    • rmwarriors16

      I want to add the Dodge and the Nissan minivans failed poorly in the small overlap test. If safety is your concern during an accident please avoid those two vans. It not worth saving a couple of grand if you lose a leg or your life.

      about 6 months ago
    • Ray Aldridge
      Ray Aldridge

      Excellent video, Very informative and Great comparison recaps. Keep on doing what you do.

      about 8 months ago
    • Thomas ZINDROS
      Thomas ZINDROS

      Pretty car

      about 8 months ago
    • Yahmar Yahudah
      Yahmar Yahudah

      This was so complete - thanks!!!!!

      about 8 months ago
    • Sally Villaraza
      Sally Villaraza

      about 8 months ago
    • Michael Jacobi
      Michael Jacobi

      Best review of a car I ever seen. Thank you.

      about 9 months ago
    • PartyUpLive

      Nice van but I went with the Grand Caravan. Mainly because I never buy a new vehicle for the first few years of production.

      about 9 months ago
    • Kelly Fontes
      Kelly Fontes

      What model is this with the bench seat

      about 10 months ago
    • Marktuyet

      I wish they would make the short model again with a 4 cylinder getting about 25 mpg in the city . Small businesses would like it .
      My Sienna is a piece of junk . Everything breaking and Toyota had to repaint it . Stay away from the Sienna . Toyota's worst vehicle !!!!

      about 10 months ago
    • Jay Mac
      Jay Mac

      I’m very conflicted on the Pacifica. The amenities is has to offer is amazing, but some others (like the odyssey) offer very unique features like cabin watch/talk as well as the horizontally sliding seats. Also to my eye, the rear of the Pacifica is hideous. I wish there was like the ultimate minivan that just had everything: the movability Honda’s seats, cabin watch/talk, and the LED headlights; Chrysler’s stow-and-go seats (but more comfortable), the dual RES screens but also ones on the ceiling for the third row like in the Cadillac Escalade; and Toyota’s at least optional AWD, but still without AWD the low cargo floor. I really hope someone makes the “perfect” minivan. I’d also like more power without sacrificing fuel economy but no minivan really has power. They have fuel economy but the power is just too far lacking behind certain SUV counterparts

      about 10 months ago
    • Bruno TaTa
      Bruno TaTa

      I drove a Sedona LX for 20 hours. It is pretty wallowy on the expressway. If it's the best then I would stay skip minivans and go with a sporty crossover like the XC90, Q7, Mazda CX9, etc. Go used if you have to, but your family's safety relies on tight handling and braking.

      about 10 months ago
    • Derek

      @Alex on Autos We would like to see your review on every vehicles on the market that we can buy in north America...

      about 10 months ago
    • Brian Ost
      Brian Ost

      about 10 months ago
    • Lisa

      Yea but Honda doesn't make a Plug-in version like Chrysler does.

      about 11 months ago
    • kev nguyen
      kev nguyen

      Great review. Very detailed. Can you review the 2018 lincoln navigator and ford expedition?

      about 11 months ago
    • Arindam Roy
      Arindam Roy

      Wish they had a AWD hybrid version, with all the latet driver assist tech that you get in toyota highlander hybrid

      about 11 months ago