What’s more family-friendly thant gang from Sesame Street? Nothing! That is why Chrysler and children’s show linked up for the new Pacifica campaign. The purpose of the campaign is to educate parents about all of the Pacifica’s 115 safety and entertainment features, so they partnered up with the gang that has been educating families for nearly 50 years to do so.
That was the first part of the four part series. In the video you see loved characters from Sesame Street easily using some of the Pacifica’s best features. Elmo uses the UConnect Theatre, Grover uses Parallel and Perpendicular Park Assist, and the Cookie Monster uses the hands-free liftgate to load the cargo with plenty of cookies (of course!). Read the rest of this entry
It is really no surprise that the Chrysler Pacifica is loaded with awesome safety features. Not only does the van have a five-star safety rating by the NHSA and is a Top Safety Pick for the IIHS, but it is built to be a family vehicle which means safety is a first priority.
The list of standard features goes on and on, but here are some of the most useful features you won’t find standard in other vehicles:
ParkView Backup Camera: Yep, a feature that is an add on for most vehicles comes standard with the Chrysler Pacifica. Vans are big vehicles which makes it harder to pull in and out of parking spots, but not with the Pacifica!
Multistage airbags: As technology evolves so do airbags. When equipped with multistage airbags, the front airbags have two inflator modules and the speed the airbag fills during an accident is determined by sensors monitoring things like speed. This technology prevents airbags from filling too rapidly for smaller collisions or too slowly for high impact collisions. Read the rest of this entry
Say what you want about minivans, but the 2016 Chrysler Town & Country is powerful enough (and cool enough) to be in a high speed chase. Well, at least according to the preview for the newest upcoming Halle Berry movie, Kidnap. Thanks to the movie and movie trailers, we can truly say the Chrysler Town & Country looks pretty awesome in a car chase.
Watch the video below:
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The Chrysler 300 lineup is getting a few changes for the 2018 model year. Next year, the lineup will have some new trims, more variety, but the same luxury and style.
The current 2017 300 lineup consists of four trims, the Limited, 300S, 300C, 300C Platinum. The new 2018 lineup will consist of five trims, the Touring, Touring L, 300S, Limited, and 300C. This lineup fits perfectly and makes plenty of sense when compared with the Chrysler Pacifica lineup.
The new base trim, the 300 Touring, will come standard with cloth seats. As usual the further up the trim lineup you do, the more luxurious the vehicle. The Chrysler 300C replaced the Platinum trim, but it will be as loaded with luxury features like leather seats and top of the end technology as the Platinum trim was in previous model years. Read the rest of this entry
Receiving a high rating in the J.D. Power Initial Quality Study is awesome accomplishment for any brand and in this year’s study, all FCA U.S. brands improved.
The Initial Quality study is based on the responses participants give during the first 90 days of vehicle ownership. The final ratings reveal how many problems owners reported and vehicles that have lower scores are considered higher quality because that represents problems reported.
Check out how FCA did:
– Dodge went down from 117 problems to 106, which is a significant improval. Read the rest of this entry