The Chrysler Pacifica Minivan vs The Honda Odyssey

 

There are still many people out there who need the extra space, utility, and seating capacity that minivans offer. If you're one of those people, and you're unsure which new van is right for you, allow us here at Weir Chrysler Jeep Dodge Ram to provide you with some more information about two minivan moguls: The Chrsyler Pacifica and the Honda Odyssey.

Power and Efficiency

The new Chrysler Pacifica features a 3.6 liter V6 engine that puts out 287 horsepower and 262 pound-feet of torque. This is somewhat better than the 280 horsepower the Honda Odyssey has for the 2018 model year. If you're looking, however, for an ultra-efficient minivan, you may want to think about the all-new Chrysler Pacifica Plug In Hybrid - the only hybrid on the market.

Features, Bells, and Whistles

Both the Honda Odyssey and Chrysler Pacifica come with front-wheel-drive standard. The Honda has an interesting app that allows parents to monitor Children, but the Pacifica has it's own upper-hand - dual rear-seat video screens that can play different features at the same time. What's more, though the Odyssey can come with a sunroof, the Pacifica has been smartly engineered to include a panoramic sunroof, which both children in the back and children-at-heart up front will enjoy.

 

Stow-And-Go-Seating

Whether you're looking to haul more stuff cross-country or just from the hardware store and back, the Chrsyler Pacifica comes with signature second row stow-and-go seating in addition to power-folding third-row seating. When all rows are down, the Pacifica features a cavernous cargo area.

We hope the above comparison has been helpful to you. If you want to learn more about the Chrysler Pacifica, feel free to speak to one of our sales representatives here at Weir Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram. We encourage you to take a new Pacifica minivan for a test drive, too, when you have time.

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