Tuesday, September 25, 2007

2007 Chrysler Pacifica Review

The 2007 Chrysler Pacifica SUV offers variable seating and load configurations to address a myriad of travel and carrying needs. On the Touring and Limited editions folding the second and third-row seats opens up 79.5 cubic feet. On the base model, the second row (set to fold by the 65/35 configuration) creates space for three passengers or opens up an impressive 90 cubic feet when in the down position.

The Pacifica has an opening MSRP of $24,890 climbing to $34,355 for the Limited edition. Available in AWD and FWD the Pacific is available in the base, Touring, Touring Signature Series, and Limited models. Pacificas are powered by either a six-speed, 4-liter V6 producing 253 horsepower or a four-speed, 3.8 liter V6. Of all the SUVs on the market, the Pacifica alone has AutoStick as a standard feature.

The Pacifica offers an impressive array of air bag coverage for all occupants including a knee blocker bag for the driver. Bags in the curtain position on the sides are an option. Both a navigation system and a camera to monitor the rear of the vehicle when backing up are available.

The 2007 Chrysler Pacifica has the usual audio AM/FM/CD combo with seven speakers. (The Touring and Limited models offer eight speakers with surround sound.) These models can also be outfitted with a video system in the back while the base model can accommodate a trimmed down version. SIRIUS Satellite Radio is also available as a feature installed at the factory.

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