2007 Chrysler Pacifica User Reviews
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- $7,392 - $11,023
- No trim specified for this review
- Equals a Mercedes in comfort, ride and gadgets; in-speedo Nav is unique
- Fuel economy, backup cam lighting
I just got a 2007 Pacifica with 11000 miles on it for $28,500 which is a discount of around $8,000 on the new price. Mine has all the gadgets (nav, backup cam, sunroof, wood trim, heated seats, Sirius radio, U-connect etc).
The mileage is best in class for a 3-row SUV. That's not saying much, of course (I'm averaging 18.5 local/highway), but it's the best available.
I absolutely love the in-speedometer GPS which is unique across the industry. I am very sorry to see this idea disappear as it will with the decommissioning of the Pacifica. (And the Pacifica design studio.) I guess this is because it is expensive to fix when it breaks. (Anything in the speedometer area is hard to get to.)
Also love the front seat controls which are borrowed from Mercedes, as is the rear suspension design, from the E class.
Driving this car is a real luxury. Of course I'm stepping up from a 1998 Subaru legacy 4WD with 140,000 miles on it, but still -- I've driven Mercedes and many different rental cars, and this thing just makes me happy.
I can't believe that Chrysler dropped this car. It looks great, runs great, feels great. The two main tweaks are that mileage could be improved and backup cam lighting is dim.
I doubt that the stripped-down Chrysler will ever produce a true replacement for this model. The Aspen is not a replacement for what this is, which is a true crossover; the Aspen is a true. Ford Flex is the closest replacement in the industry, and I was waiting for Flex but I now think I'm happier with the Pacifica, as my model (fully loaded Limited) is a true luxury car while Flex is more utilitarian in look.
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