Higher sticker price, lower fuel costs: The Chrysler Pacifica Hybrid, reviewed

Enlarge / The 2018 Chrysler Pacifica Hybrid (credit: Eric Bangeman)
Last month, I had a lot of nice things to say about the Chrysler Pacifica minivan. And deservedly so: Chrysler did an excellent job in rethinking the minivan after it retired the venerable Town & Country and resurrected the Pacifica name in 2017. The vehicle has a comfortable and well-designed interior, seats that fold into the floor with a minimum of effort, distractions for the kids, and a comfortable ride. But one of the most common comments in the discussion thread was… well, they say a picture is worth a thousand words:

You asked, we listened.

Shortly after the review was published, Chrysler contacted us to tell us a hybrid had just arrived in the Chicago press fleet and asked us if we wanted to drive that one as well. A week or so later, I found myself looking at another minivan parked outside my house, this one blue instead of burgundy. I hopped in, pressed the ignition button, and heard… nothing.
They generate… electricity, electricity

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