The 2021 Chrysler Pacifica Gets Some Affection From Car Connection – Miami Lakes Automall Chrysler

January 7th, 2021 by

Best Minivan To Buy For 2021

For the Chrysler Pacifica , the new year is already providing good omens, as car reviewer site, The Car Connection, has recently named the multi-award-winning vehicle as its Best Minivan To Buy for 2021, and for the fifth consecutive year. The family-friendly car was praised for its skillfulness, roominess, elegance, standard features, and top-ranking usefulness compared to other SUVs. Time and time again, the Pacifica proves itself to be a master at practicality, and even more so now that it has all-wheel-drive.

Contrasting previous years, the Pacifica was in a tight race for the spot as top dog in its segment with the 2021 Toyota Sienna. Its competitor added some special brownie points as it became a standard hybrid having the ability to reach 35 mpg combined with all-wheel-drive. However, the Pacifica still outranked its rival since its styling is far more charming, the interior is more refined, has its highlighting Stow ‘n Go second-row seats that fold into the floor, and finally took the cake with a TCC Rating of 7.2 out of 10 against Sienna’s 6.8.

The 2021 Pacifica stands out among other minivans and crossover SUVs with its sleek and lustrous finish. The front nose slopes down to its striking grille and LED daytime running lights. Opting for the available 20-inch wheels and fully-black styling makes creates a level of intensity that is absolutely memorizing.

After opening up those cool sliding doors, the cabin immediately welcomes you with its Nappa leather upholstery. Other nifties you’ll be sure to enjoy include its user-friendly controls, comprehensive infotainment, power front seats, and various storage cubbies.

The rolling lodge can accommodate up to eight people, but that’s if one opts for a model with a 3-person bench as opposed to second-row captain’s chairs. Additionally, the car has a generous 140.5 cubic feet of space with all the seats folded flat and 32.3 when they’re all up.

Selecting all-wheel-drive requires you to cough up $2,995. Contrasting from the Sienna, which has a standard fuel-draining hybrid, the Pacifica’s plug-in hybrid powertrain can get up to 32 miles on electricity alone and has 30 mpg when it switches to its gas power. Regular Pacifica’s still makes use of a highly effective 3.6-liter V-6 that gets up to 287 horsepower, it also has a 9-speed automatic transmission.

Those who are hoping to save a pretty penny won’t miss out on too much for selecting the base Touring trim, this car is known to have one of the most standard features in the automotive industry. Fun gadgets and gizmos include a 10.1-inch touchscreen with Apple CarPlay/Android Auto/Amazon Alexa compatibility and excellent natural voice commands. At the same time, owners are kept protected with safety features like automatic emergency braking with pedestrian detection, blind-spot monitors, adaptive cruise control, and active lane control.

However, for those who prioritize experience, the high-tier Pinnacle model adds quilted Nappa leather upholstery, heated and cooled front seats, a power-folding third-row bench, built-in seatback video screens and DVD player, media hubs with USB ports, 18-speaker Harman Kardon sound system, panoramic sunroof, and far more.

The 2021 Pacifica’s well-crafted design and quality features make it a must have for families. It’s no wonder why it’s Car Connection’s pick as this year’s Best Minivan To Buy.

Miami Lakes Chrysler

Miami Lakes Automall is currently selling the soccer-momtastic minivan for around $40,000, (plus destination fee). Those who are interested in this family-friendly vehicle or any other vehicles from the brand can simply view our online new car inventory and chat with a representative for further assistance.

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