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The Pacifica replaces the Town & Country, which had the esoteric distinction of being the only production vehicle with an ampersand in its name. The Caravan, with a production history stretching back five generations to 1983, was the original front-drive minivan (along with the Plymouth Voyager). It also was Dodge's longest-lived, continuously produced model. The seven- or eight-passenger Pacifica is optimized for that life stage between discovering a baby is on the way and when that child has grown enough to develop a smart mouth and win the occasional logical argument. To stave off the moment the minivan stigma kicks in, Chrysler overdosed on styling flourish. The excess mostly works, and the Pacifica is one of the best-looking van bodies ever plopped atop four wheels. Building on current Chrysler styling themes, it's heavily sculpted, with character lines that swoop, soar, and droop with the reckless abandon of a 10-year-old using a French-curve tool for the first time. Despite the riot of lines, it's particularly good in profile with the tail tapering back to a rear window that simulates a wraparound effect. 6th, 7th, 8th and 9th gears are all over drive, and the Pacifica's numbers 18/28- mpg, however, easily beat the Town & Country's 17/25-mpg figure. Amazingly through the blizzard of new tech and safety equipment the Pacifica brings, the most impressive item is still Chrysler's superclever Stow 'n Go second-row seats that drop into the floor to expand cargo capacity. Yeah, the new 8.4-inch touchscreen in the superswoopy dash is cool—but these screens are pretty ordinary now. Meanwhile, those drop-down seats are still a Chrysler exclusive, now operable at the push of a button. Those seats are complemented by a new-to-Chrysler onboard-vacuum system that's mounted midship so that it can reach every dropped Cheetoh Car and Driver http://www.caranddriver.com/chrysler/pac ifica says It's an all-new miniv
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