Before the SUV became the dominant form of people mover in the U.S., the minivan was king. With the new 7-passenger Chrysler Pacifica Hybrid, FCA is hoping to make the minivan cool again in a world of SUVs and crossovers that all pretty much look the same.
Based on the all-new
Chrysler (and Dodge) are no strangers to the minivan market. The company invented this segment over 33 years ago. Now, Chrysler is back in the minivan game in a big way with the first gas-electric hybrid minivan in the United States. The 2017 Chrysler Pacifica eHybrid is a plug-in hybrid
The next time a person thinks of a Dodge Durango and a Chrysler Pacifica, they won’t be thinking of a typical SUV or minivan.
Mopar, the parts and accessories arm of Fiat-Chrysler, will unveil later this morning its concept versions of both vehicles at the 2016 SEMA event.
The B5 blue Dodge Durango
Vehicle models come, vehicle models go. But there are some that have gone that should definitely stay gone.
TFL’s Roman Mica and Nathan Adlen came up with a list of 10 vehicles that once cruised the streets but are now officially dead and should remain dead and buried.
Kicking off the list
As per our norm, we did indeed drag-race the 2017 Chrysler Pacifica vs Toyota Sienna - just for fun. Funny thing, we actually learned something when we did it. We learned a lot about the 2017 Chrysler Pacifica in terms of acceleration, ride, braking and interior comfort. At the same
The Toyota Camry extended its lead in the midsize sedan sales race, but lost out to the Honda CR-V for the overall monthly crown.
Camry sales were down for the month over July 2015 - as were most on the list - by 11 percent, but it was still enough to
7/26/2016 - UPDATE #1:
Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA) has stated in a press release that its sales reporting process does not affect the integrity of the company's reported revenues for accounting purposes. The company has, however, decided to revise its methodology for reporting sales in order to provide "the best available estimate" of
Toyota's ubiquitous Camry kept the midsize car sales lead - and the overall sales lead, too - despite a weak month as sales dropped 13 percent from last year.
The Camry had a comfortable 2,000-sale lead for June and has a very comfortable 27,000-sale lead for the year. Both leads are