The upcoming Chrysler Pacifica is one of the strongest contenders when it comes to fuel economy in its class. The Chrysler Pacifica of 2017 provides a fuel mileage of about 28 mpg on highways and is a fuel-efficient alternative to gasoline thirsty SUVs and large crossovers. Within the city, the Pacifica returns a respectable 18 mpg with a combined mileage overall of approximately 22 MPG.
The figures are competitive when measured against the Town & Country’s (2016 model) mileage of 25 mpg on a highway, 20 mpg when driven on both city roads and highways and 17 mpg when driven inside the city. The mileage delivered by this all-new minivan makes it one of the most highly efficient vehicles in the class to which it belongs.
While the fuel economy numbers are certainly impressive for the standard 3.6L V6 engine that provides a horsepower of 287 with a smooth 9-speeed automatic transmission; those looking for excellent fuel economy have something more to look forward to. Later this year, Chrysler will release a plug-in hybrid version of the Pacifica. While there is yet to be definitive numbers, Chrysler has stated that the innovative vehicle could achieve up to 80 MPGe. Additionally, Chrysler would implement the usage of a stop-start feature that can increase the fuel economy numbers in the real-world as well.
When compared to top competitors like the Toyota Sienna and Kia Sedona, the Chrysler Pacifica meets or exceeds their fuel economy numbers, providing a brand new approach to minivan driving that is modern, stylish, luxurious and best of all, fuel efficient.
If you want to test drive a Chrysler Pacifica, or get a great deal on the outgoing but popular Chrysler Town and Country, you can visit Pine Belt to do so.
Pine Belt Chrysler-Jeep
1400, Ocean Ave, Route-88
Lakewood Township, NJ 08701