When it comes to driving around with your most precious cargo, few minivans can give you the peace and confidence that the 2017 Chrysler Pacifica has to offer. The all-new Chrysler minivan is replacing the Town & Country, but comes with more exciting features, and an entirely new look. Minivans don't have to look less stylish just because they offer a spacious interior, and the 2017 Pacifica is the proof. Check out what the new minivan has to offer in our comparison of the 2017 Chrysler Pacifica vs 2016 Honda Odyssey.
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Under the hood, both the Pacific and the Odyssey offer a standard V-6 engine. However, the slightly larger engine of the Pacifica produces more horsepower at the price of a slightly lowered city fuel economy rating. When it comes to the highway, the Chrysler and the Honda perform equally, with the Chrysler outshining the Honda in towing capacity.
Sitting inside both the Honda Odyssey and the Chrysler Pacifica, it's easy to see which van offers the most natural comfort and luxury. While both options have modern, stylish exteriors, the Pacifica's warmer and more natural interior layout makes it feel more spacious and intelligent. The sharp lines of the Odyssey seem less comfortable than the smooth curves that you find inside the Pacifica.
When it comes to optional safety features, the 2017 Chrysler Pacifica certainly doesn't disappoint. Standard airbags and daytime running headlights make the Pacifica worthy of your confidence without any extra features, but the latest technologies allow you to add more convenience to your drive. Exciting options like a rear back-up camera, a 360 Degree Surround Camera, Forward Collision Warning, Adaptive Cruise Control, and Lane Departure Warning are all options you have when you choose to drive home in a new 2017 Chrysler Pacifica.