Base-Mannequin Pacifica Minivans Get a Nostalgic Rebrand

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With crossovers and SUVs being all the fad relating to household transportation, minivans have turn out to be the choice alternative. The unique people-carrier is now a throwback physique model for individuals who bear in mind the times when mother and father had been mother and father and did not care who knew it. Chrysler is seemingly doubling down on the nostalgic attraction for the 2020 mannequin yr, renaming decrease trims of its Pacifica minivan because the Voyager.

Particularly, the new-but-old identify will apply to what was beforehand referred to as the Pacifica L and LX trims. The entry-level Voyager L comes with handbook local weather management, a bench within the second row, and fabric seats whereas the LX provides captains thrones within the center row, an influence adjustable seat for the motive force, audio controls on the steering wheel (fancy) in addition to SiriusXM satellite tv for pc radio. Each seat seven and have a seven-inch infotainment display with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto.

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An LXi mannequin can also be out there for company fleets, providing Stow ‘n Go within the second row, leatherette, and a roof rack.

In any other case, every little thing about this minivan seems to have been carried over from the immensely protected Pacifica. It is nonetheless powered by a 287-horsepower, three.6-liter Pentastar V-6 paired to a nine-speed auto transmitting energy to the entrance wheels solely.

Regardless of showing to move downmarket, the brand new Voyager will not substitute the value-champion Dodge Grand Caravan, an FCA rep confirmed to Roadshow

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Sure, there are new Toy Story and Males in Black motion pictures in theaters proper now and Chrysler simply unveiled a brand new Voyager. Congratulations everyone, we’re dwelling within the ’90s once more.


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