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PostHeaderIcon Dodge Grand Caravan and Chrysler Pacifica 35th Anniversary Edition

It was not just Mazda which brought an anniversary edition model to Chicago Auto Show.The MX-5 Miata 30th Anniversary Edition might have stolen the limelight, but Chrysler and Dodge have launched anniversary editions of their minivans as well. Perhaps, they went unnoticed because they are humble minivans and not some fancy roadsters. Oh, automotive enthusiasts, thou art mean.

PostHeaderIcon FCA Looking to “Wow” Chicago with A Pair of Special Edition Minivans

Thirty-five years after introducing the Dodge Caravan and Plymouth Voyager, Fiat Chrysler Automobiles is honoring the minivan OGs with a pair of 35th Anniversary special edition models, featuring the Dodge Grand Caravan and the Chrysler Pacifica. Like most special edition models, the Chrysler Pacifica and Dodge Grand Caravan 35th Anniversary Editions are packed with exclusive touches, including fancy paint finishes and special badges. All special edition features come in the form of packages. The special edition package is available to a range of Pacifica and Grand Caravan models, including the Pacifica Hybrid. Pricing details have yet to be released, but the 35th Anniversary packages for both the Pacifica and the Grand Caravan will be available sometime in summer of 2019. The Chrysler Pacifica and Dodge Grand Caravan 35th Anniversary Editions will debut at the 2019 Chicago Auto Show.

PostHeaderIcon 2019 Ram 1500 Rebel 12 Looks Fantastic!

I tell ya, these American pickup trucks are getting so good, soon they’re gonna make SUVs look sad, boring boxes! Just look at this new Ram 1500 Rebel 12. It’s just as luxurious as any SUV. It is more capable and versatile. And it is looks absolutely brilliant. 

And on top of all this, pickups have a level of machismo family SUVs can never achieve. It’s the presence, and the fact that pickups are getting more and more aggressive-looking whereas SUVs are getting softer and cuddlier. In any case, the 2019 Ram 1500 Rebel 12 is a $46,990 truck (including destination charge) which we’d be proud to have in place of a Cayenne or a Range Rover or an Escalade. And let me tell ya, we won’t be compromising on comfort and luxury, either.

That’s the thing about the Ram 1500 Rebel 12. It is one of the best equipped trucks we’ve ever seen. You get a 12-inch Uconnect 4C with 12-inch screen and navigation as standard. It features enhanced processing power, multi-touch gestures, vivid imagery, sharper graphics and smartphone integration. Radar Red leather-trimmed interior with heated front seats and unique metal speaker grilles trimmed are among other highlights of the interior. And there is a Harman Kardon with 19 premium speakers, 900-watt surround-sound amplifier, 10-inch subwoofer

As for the more manly features, the Rebel 12 comes with a factory lift, locking rear differential, 33-inch tires, Bilstein shocks, skid plates, tow hooks and other off-road-ready features. Engine-wise, you have the same options as the Rebel Cab trim. You will be able to get yourself one of these cool trucks from the the fourth quarter of 2018.



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PostHeaderIcon Chrysler to Ax the 300 and Shift the Portal Electric Van into Production

The Chrysler Portal Concept was unveiled last year at the Consumer Electronics Show. The electric van received a lot of attention, and perhaps because of that interest, FCA has given the green signal to commence production. According to Automotive News, the van will hit the assembly line; however, it will come at the cost of the 300 sedan in the brand’s lineup.

PostHeaderIcon Official: 2018 Ram 2500 Power Wagon Mojave Sand Edition

The larger member of the Ram Trucks family, compared with the popular 1500 series, has just got more irresistible. The Ram 2500 Power Wagon Mojave Sand is a new edition of the macho truck, boasting now the unique color of the Ram Rebel as well as new all-black wheels.

These changes go a long way in making the 2018 Ram 2500 Power Wagon Mojave Sand Edition one of the hottest looking car in this segment. But that is not all you get with this limited edition. After all, it costs $54,830 in Crew Cab 4×4 variant, with a $1,695 destination charge. So you would expect a little more than a paint job.

What you get with the Ram 2500 Power Wagon Mojave Sand is exclusivity. The truck is limited to 1,500 units, and it comes with some special features. The list equipment for this model include an all-black interior with Ram’s Uconnect 8.4-inch touchscreen and Heavy Duty Luxury Group option pack. The latter consists of LED bed lighting, overhead console power heated/fold-away mirrors and a universal garage door opener.

Powering the Mojave and Ram 2500 is a 410 horsepower, 6.4-liter HEMI V-8 engine. The truck is as capable as it looks, thanks to 2-inch lifted suspension, 14.3 inches of ground clearance, front and rear locking differentials, an electric disconnecting front sway bar, 33-inch Goodyear Wrangler DuraTrac tires and a 12,000-lb. winch.






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PostHeaderIcon 2018 Ram Harvest Edition – Pricing and Specs

Ram Trucks have been making so many cool and sporty pickups lately, we’d almost forgotten they are in commercial vehicle business. This ought to bring us back to reality, though. The new 2018 Ram Harvest Edition is a serious agricultural vehicle “designed specifically for America’s farm families.”

2018 Ram Harvest Edition comes as Ram 3500 (SRW and DRW), 4500 and 5500 (DRW, 60-inch and 80-inch cab-to-axle lengths) Chassis Cab, in all four-door Crew Cab and two-door Regular Cab configurations. Engine-wise, you can choose between 6.4-liter HEMI V-8 or 6.7-liter Cummins Turbo Diesel. There are also four nice colors to choose from: Case IH Red and New Holland Blue plus Brilliant Black and Bright White.

Exclusive farm-y features of the 2018 Ram Harvest Edition include large front tow hooks, a transfer-case skid plate, side steps, fog lamps and a rear back-up camera. But many folks may use it as their daily truck, since it also has 8.4-inch Uconnect 4C touchscreen radio with navigation, 4G Wi-Fi capability, Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. MSRP for this beast start at $43,990 for Ram 3500, $48,140 for Ram 4500, and $49,240 for Ram 5500. There is also a $1,695 destination charge to be paid for each one.

“Addressing a direct request from farmers, Ram is the only manufacturer to offer Chassis Cab commercial trucks in colors that match two of the most popular lines of farm equipment in the nation,” said Jim Morrison, Head of Ram Brand – FCA North America. “The Ram Harvest Edition Chassis Cab delivers high capability and gives farming families a way to show their agricultural brand loyalty.”

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PostHeaderIcon The 2019 Chrysler Pacifica Hybrid Goes Aggressive with a new S Appearance Package

The Chrysler Pacifica Hybrid is getting a shot of personality courtesy of the new S Appearance Package that costs just $595. The new package adds plenty of new elements, giving the van a more aggressive appearance that should do the trick in shedding the physical stereotypes normally associated with minivans. The option will be made available in the fall when 2019 models go on sale.

PostHeaderIcon Chrysler isn’t on the Chopping Block Yet; Fiat to Retreat, Become Euro-Only EV Brand

FCA’s investor meeting has taken place, and the official word is that Chrysler will carry on as a North-American.-only brand and Fiat will become a Euro-only EV brand. To take things even further, a company spokesperson has also said that Dodge won’t be killed off either. That’s a pretty bold move from FCA considering how unpopular Chrysler and Fiat have become here. What happens with these brands next, however, will determine whether or not they’ll continue to stick around long term.

PostHeaderIcon Last 2018 Dodge Challenger Demon Leaves Factory

Chrysler’s Brampton Plant in Ontario celebrated a bittersweet moment yesterday as the final 2018 Dodge Challenger Demon rolled off the assembly line. The last Demon is now headed to a Barrett-Jackson auction where it will be sold for charity along with the final 2017 Dodge Viper

Production of the 2018 Dodge Challenger Demon by SRT was limited to one model year and 3,300 units. But don’t despair if you still want a crazy Challenger, as there is an improved 2019 Hellcat coming very soon. The final 2018 model is going to get a special treatment after leaving the factory, getting ready for its big auction event which is, by the way, a word record setter in terms of the amount of horsepower that is going under the hammer (combined output of the Demon and the Viper: 1,485 horsepower).

The last 2018 Dodge Challenger Demon will be equipped at an upfit center with a hand-painted exclusive Viper Red exterior color, 18-inch aluminum wheels, 18-inch Demon drag radial tires, Demon vehicle badging and a one-of-a-kind VIN instrument panel badging. Whoever bids highest at the June 20-23 Barrett-Jackson Northeast Auction will take home this 840 hp Demon along with a 645-horsepower Dodge Viper with an 8.4L V-10 engine, also the last of its breed. 100 percent of the hammer proceeds from the sale going to the United Way charity.



Leaving behind a 25-year legacy with more track records than any other production car, production of the V-10-powered Dodge Viper concluded at the Conner Avenue Assembly Plant in Detroit in August 2017. The last production 2017 Dodge Viper is styled in homage to the first-generation Dodge Viper RT/10 with its Viper Red exterior and black interior. The car (VIN ending in 731948) includes exterior carbon fiber accents, black Alcantara leather seats and an exclusive VIN instrument panel badge and authentication kit.

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PostHeaderIcon 2019 Ram 1500 Limited Kentucky Derby Edition

The latest iteration of Ram Truck’s 1500 series is a very young product, but already it has spawned a full range of different variants and editions. This is the latest, the Ram 1500 Limited Kentucky Derby Edition, a well-equipped limited edition to commemorate the 144th running of the sporting event. 

Unlike most other limited editions, though, the stuff featured on the Ram 1500 Limited Kentucky Derby Edition will become available as optional extras to order for regular versions of the 2019 Ram 1500. The main highlight is the Ivory White Tri Coat paint which could prove very popular. The limited edition itself can also be had in Delmonico Red, Diamond Black Crystal, Granite Crystal, Max Steel or Patriot Blue, and in 4×2 or 4×4 Crew Cab configurations.

But what sets this luxurious truck apart from the rest of the pack is the equipment content. full-leather front and rear reclining seats with heating and cooling, genuine wood and metal trim are among the top features of the Kentucky Derby 1500, in addition to Uconnect 12-inch touchscreen radio with Sirius XM 360L with navigation, four-corner auto-leveling air suspension, power-retracting running boards, trailer hitch with sway control and blind spot monitor with automatic trailer detection.



So in some ways the Ram 1500 Limited Kentucky Derby Edition can make even an Escalade green with envy. But such goodness does not come cheap. The MSRP for this special model is $53,190 plus $1,645 destination charge. Oh, and they are only making 2,000 copies.

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PostHeaderIcon 2019 Ram 1500 Tradesman Is the Workhorse of the Range

We did point out, when Chrysler revealed the new generation of Ram 1500, that the truck seemed to be nice and luxurious to be any good at, well, being a truck. But turns out those Rebel and Longhorn were the range-topping models. The workhorse version is this, the 2019 Ram 1500 Tradesman. It starts at $31,695 (excluding $1,645 destination charge).

Looking sort of basic and business-like, the Tradesman is an excellent choice for small business owners and commercial fleets. But that doesn’t mean it is spartan, or has outdated technology. The truck features a 3.6-liter Pentastar V-6 with eTorque mild hybrid,and you can even order a 5.7-liter HEMI V-8 or optional 5.7-liter HEMI V-8 eTorque for it. You even have the choice of all-wheel-drive. All of this means you are dealing with a properly capable pickup truck here.

The 2019 Ram 1500 Tradesman is available in two cab styles and two bed lengths: Quad Cab with 6 ft., 4 in. bed, Crew Cab short bed (5 ft., 7 in.) or Crew Cab with optional 6 ft., 4 in. bed. What’s more, the truck is capable of towing up to 12,750 pounds and offer up to 2,300 pounds of payload in a four-door quad cab configuration. And it does that despite the fact that it’s 225 pounds lighter overall than its predecessor.






In terms of useful features and options, the 2019 Ram 1500 Tradesman has  standard Class III trailer hitch and lighted, above-bumper four- and seven-pin trailer wire connectors, 160-amp alternator, 3.21 rear axle ratio, 730-amp maintenance-free battery, black grille and black steel bumpers, cargo bed lamp, front and rear Frequency Response Damping (FRD) shock absorbers, rear view camera, tilt and telescoping steering column, halogen headlamps, locking tailgate, power door locks, power windows, remote keyless entry and a theft-deterrent system.

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PostHeaderIcon 2019 Ram 1500 Lone Star Makes Debut in Dallas

If you were not phased with the unabated luxury of the new version of Ram Trucks’ 1500 series and wanted something tougher, you will like what we have here. This is the 2019 Ram 1500 Lone Star, an honest, hard-working, no-nonsense version of the truck for people who share the same attributes. 

And where else would you have it make debut than the Dallas Auto Show! The good thing about Ram is that their products cover both ends of the market. So while the Longhorn is all about style and features and luxury, the 2019 Ram 1500 Lone Star is all about getting the job done. The truck is a picture of strength and capability. All the garnish you get with it include bright front and rear bumpers, chrome door handle centers, a bright grille surround with billet inserts, 18-inch aluminum wheels, fog lamps, 60/40 split rear bench seat and leather-wrapped steering wheel with audio controls.

It is in the rugged performance department where the 2019 Ram 1500 Lone Star truly shines. Among the main highlights of the truck we have the Active Level Air Suspension, electric-locking rear axle, Blind-spot Monitoring and 20-inch aluminum wheels. Now these are optional extras, but Ram has divided them into groups so you can choose what you really need: Bed Utility Group, a 4×4 Off-road Group, a Protection Group, Trailer Tow Mirrors and Brake Group, Max Towing Package and Premium Lighting Group.


As for the engines, while the Lone Star launches with a potent  5.7-liter HEMI V-8, you will be able to order it later in the year with an efficient 3.6-liter V-6 Pentastar with eTorque. Of course, you also have the choice of 4×2 and 4×4 drivetrain, and Crew and Quad Cab configurations, plus two bed lengths of 5 ft.-7 in. (Crew only) and 6 ft.-4 in.

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PostHeaderIcon Chrysler to Send Thousands of Pacifica Minivans to Waymo

Fiat Chrysler is supplying Google’s self-driving division, Waymo, with “thousands” of Chrysler Pacifica minivans for testing on public roasts. Waymo already has a fleet of 600 FCA vehicles, which were supplied after the two companies formed a partnership in 2016. The fleet already includes vehicles capable of fully self-driving thanks to Waymo’s autonomous driving systems were installed.

John Krafcik, CEO of Waymo, said, “With the world’s first fleet of fully self-driving vehicles on the road, we’ve moved from research and development to operations and deployment. These additional vehicles will help us scale.”

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“Testing on public roads without drivers is already taking place in 25 U.S. cities, including San Francisco, Detroit, and Atlanta.”

Waymo’s plans of scaling up to a large-scale fleet of autonomous ride-hailing vehicles are seemingly getting closer thanks to FCA’s major contribution of Chrysler Pacifica minivans. Automotive News reports the vans are specifically designed to integrate with Waymo’s proprietary hardware and software.

This doesn’t appear to be a pipe dream, either. Back in November of 2017, Waymo stated it would begin removing safety driver from its small-scale ride-hailing fleet in Chandler, Arizona. That means a Pacifica can arrive at your location by request without a driver behind the wheel. Testing on public roads without drivers is already taking place in 25 U.S. cities, including San Francisco, Detroit, and Atlanta.


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Many industry analysts predict ride-hailing services and shared vehicles will be the extremely prevalent in the future, with individual vehicle ownership decreasing dramatically. Autonomous vehicles are an integral part of that prediction and it seems the chips are falling into place.

References

Chrysler Pacifica


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Read our full review on the 2017 Chrysler Pacifica.


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Read our full driven review on the 2017 Chrysler Pacifica Hybrid.

PostHeaderIcon Official: 2019 Ram 1500 Laramie Longhorn Edition

Following the introduction of the all-new Ram 1500 series at Detroit Auto Show, Chrysler now unveils a more premium version for those truckers who value luxury. The 2019 Ram 1500 Laramie Longhorn is an exquisite product, looking like it could rival an Escalade while still being able to carry a large load of manor. 

In short then, this is the kind of pickup truck you can go to the churn in in the morning, ferry the the cattle around around noon, and use it as wedding car in the evening. 2019 Ram 1500 Laramie Longhorn is distinguished on the outside over the regular models via two-tone RV Match Brown trim or monotone paint, premium LED headlamps and tail lamps, and unique wheels and grilles. But it’s really the interior that sets this truck apart from pretty much anything else in this segment.

2019 Ram 1500 Laramie Longhorn comes with hand-wrapped, 100 percent full-grain leather dashboard and southwestern-design-inspired door-panel and armrest coverings. Where else are you gong to get this? There is also a new embossed alligator skin pattern leather on the center console, instrument panel, seats and door panel inserts, satin chrome accents, a brushed-nickel metal badge flush-mounted on the console lid and a new “Longhorn” badge. What’s more, you get real barn-wood accents throughout the cabin. See? Utterly exquisite!








“The all-new 2019 Ram 1500 Laramie Longhorn is a no-compromise luxury truck that delivers what buyers want most: strength, durability, technology and efficiency,” said Mike Manley, head of Ram brand. “Wherever you look, whatever you touch, the Laramie Longhorn is filled with more craftsman-like details, including wood surfaces and 100 percent full-grain leather seats, than any other truck in the segment.”

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PostHeaderIcon Chrysler Pacifica Hybrid – Driven

Though the badge says “Hybrid,” the important thing to know about the Chrysler Pacifica Hybrid right off the bat is this: It’s actually a PHEV. You plug it in, and it runs on electricity for the first several miles of your day.

As I found during a week at the wheel of the electrified minivan, if you have the right commuting or parking situation, you might find yourself using little or no gasoline.

It’s noteworthy Chrysler is the first automaker to put a PHEV minivan on sale in America. For a brand with only three models in its showroom nowadays, this was an even bigger home run than the non-hybrid Pacifica that birthed it. The hybrid takes a great, competitive minivan and makes it truly special — even buzzworthy.

Best of all, it’s the kind of plug-in vehicle that just makes sense for a huge number of families. It’s not much more expensive than any comparably equipped competitive minivan, yet it gets an EPA-estimated 84 MPGe. It’s remarkable because the Pacifica Hybrid squeezes that kind of efficiency out of a big, practically sized, attractive family hauler instead of a small, weirdly styled car wrought with compromises.

After spending a week with the Pacifica Hybrid, I find myself hoping I see a lot more of them on the roads — and hoping FCA has the good sense to adapt this powertrain to other vehicles we might not normally associate with hybrid efficiency. Chrysler 300? Ram 1500? Jeep Grand Cherokee? All have the potential to be transformed into segment-changing vehicles if they can incorporate the Pacifica’s hybrid system.

Design Notes


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“From the outside, there's little to differentiate the Pacifica Hybrid from other Pacifica minivans”

From the outside, there’s little to differentiate the Pacifica Hybrid from other Pacifica minivans. That’s part of the appeal. You’re not driving some weird-looking special model. Though it does have a Hybrid badge or three, they’re not trying too hard to draw attention to the electrified powertrain.

That said, it’s worth pointing out minivans are a lot less “mini” than they were 20 or 30 years ago, and the Pacifica is no exception. It rides on a 121.6-inch wheelbase and is 203.8 inches long overall. It’s 79.6 inches wide without counting the mirrors. It’s 69.9 inches tall.


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“It will haul seven passengers in true comfort, and there's an ample cargo area of 32.3 cubic feet behind the third row”

But Chrysler, like other minivan manufacturers, is giving customers what they want: space. There’s a whopping 165 cubic feet of passenger space inside. It will haul seven passengers in true comfort, and there’s an ample cargo area of 32.3 cubic feet behind the third row — about twice as much cargo space as your typical family sedan. It’s enough to make one wonder why the “crossover” SUV craze is still a thing in America. No SUV has practical, uncompromised space like this. The only compromise made was the second-row seats, which don’t disappear into the floor like non-Hybrid Pacificas. Hey, they had to put the hybrid batteries somewhere.

Chrysler did great work with the exterior of the Pacifica. It has a nose that calls to mind the late Chrysler 200 midsize sedan. The windshield has a lot of sedan-like rake, too. It combines with the low, sloping, sculpted hood, to give driver and front passenger a pretty commanding view of the road. The side view has huge glass area that shrinks a little toward the rear to impart a sense of motion even when the van is parked, plus there’s a bevy of unmistakable character lines and creases. The rear hatch features cleanly integrated taillights and a surprisingly upright, yet narrow, glass.


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“It’s not trying to look like a sporty wagon (wink-wink, Honda Odyssey) but it's also not a boring, utilitarian box on wheels.”

My Pacifica Hybrid was Painted Silver Teal, which is probably the easiest way to spot a Hybrid model because it’s a Hybrid-exclusive color. I found the van very attractive. It’s not trying to look like a sporty wagon (wink-wink, Honda Odyssey) but it’s also not a boring, utilitarian box on wheels.

Drive Notes


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“The Pacifica was so much better-engineered that it made me forget all about those previous disappointments”

This was the first time I had driven a mass-market PHEV, and honestly, it changed the way I thought about electrified powertrains.

My previous experience with PHEVs and Hybrids had suggested that both were best suited to city life, where they could make the most of their batteries. But I live in rural Tennessee, where I have to drive 20 miles round-trip just to get to a grocery store or to my office. Hybrids don’t often achieve their EPA fuel economy numbers when I drive them, perhaps thanks to the hills and highways in my part of the country taxing their gasoline engines.

Meanwhile, the couple of premium-brand PHEVs I have sampled in the past did not have sufficient electric range to even get me to town before the gasoline engine kicked in. That was disappointing since one of those PHEVs was a luxury car that cost more than my house, its price tag pumped to such levels mainly thanks to its tiny array of hybrid batteries and a couple of electric motors.


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“The electric motors — there are two — make enough power on their own to keep the pace with in-town traffic and even drive 70 mph on the highway for several miles in near-silence”

The Pacifica was so much better-engineered that it made me forget all about those previous disappointments. Why can’t every vehicle have a powertrain this well-done?

Its 33-mile electric range is commonsense stuff, given that the average American drives 29 miles a day. The electric motors — there are two — make enough power on their own to keep the pace with in-town traffic and even drive 70 mph on the highway for several miles in near-silence. There’s not much sound from the motors, and what little sound exists is soon squelched by the unintrusive white noise of wind and tires.

A word on the powertrain arrangement: feeding those electric motors is a 96-cell, 16-kWh battery pack hidden under the second row seats. Chrysler says the two electric motors are set up so that one serves as a primary power unit for the front wheels, and the other is used primarily to regenerate energy when the van is braking or coasting. However, unlike most hybrids, that smaller motor can be summoned to provide a few moments of extra oomph when needed, too.


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“I was always able to squeeze about 30 to 35 miles out of the batteries, even when I did a long hill-climb to take my boys to school”

The gasoline half of the powertrain is a highly modified version of FCA’s corporate 3.6-liter Pentastar V6. It makes an estimated 260 total system horsepower when it combines its full efforts with the electric motors. That’s slightly less power than the gasoline-only version of the Pacifica (287 horsepower), but trust me, you don’t miss the power. The instantaneous torque available from the electric motors makes up for it when you need to go deep into the throttle.

This was a surprise: The Pacifica Hybrid largely hit its EPA electric range estimate. I was always able to squeeze about 30 to 35 miles out of the batteries, even when I did a long hill-climb to take my boys to school and the babysitter or when I set the cruise control at 70 mph to travel to the grocery store 20 miles from home.

An even bigger surprise: I was able to drive almost my entire test week on electricity. The Pacifica Hybrid cut my gasoline use by about 75% over the course of a week. Considering the low cost of electricity where I live, the savings over the long term would be tangible. That’s especially true when considering the reduced cost of maintenance over the life of the vehicle. Fewer oil changes would be required because the engine would see relatively little use.


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“When the vehicle depletes its all-electric range, it defaults to hybrid mode, which makes the Pacifica Hybrid behave like a big Toyota Prius”

When the vehicle depletes its all-electric range, it defaults to hybrid mode, which makes the Pacifica Hybrid behave like a big Toyota Prius. The gasoline engine kicks in, but the car is always searching for ways to boost efficiency. Anytime it coasts for more than a few seconds, the engine will shut down as the hybrid battery pack receives a boost from regeneration. The engine also stops when the van stops at a traffic light, and will stay in EV mode for a few seconds after takeoff if the driver’s foot doesn’t get too heavy.

Chrysler did a good job of making the engine startup smooth. I barely noticed it when the engine kicked in. And when it did, the instantaneous fuel economy display — perhaps a bit optimistic, I admit — showed nearly 30 MPG in mostly highway driving. Impressive in a sea of 21-22 MPG minivans.


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“The 10.1-inch screens were tablet-like touchscreens and featured games like checkers and a modern take on the age-old license plate game”

But beyond the gee-whiz powertrain, how is it to live with the Pacifica Hybrid? In a word, easy. There’s plenty of room for six passengers and their stuff. In my case, I hauled two kids in the back who loved the Pacifica Hybrid’s optional dual-screen rear seat entertainment system. The 10.1-inch screens were tablet-like touchscreens and featured games like checkers and a modern take on the age-old license plate game. They also can play Blu-Ray movies from the disc drive, or you can hook up a couple of players via twin HDMI ports for more direct rear-seat control.

While the second row lost its Stow-’n’-Go capability because of the battery pack under the floor, the third row would easily fold into the floor. And accessing the third row — which was roomy enough for me to be comfortable, at 6’3” — was easy because the second-row seats would tilt forward and slide out of the way with an easy pull of a lever. Nicely done, Chrysler.


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“The ride is well-controlled for a big, heavy minivan”

As far as handling? Well, it’s a minivan, so I wasn’t expecting much. But most of the things I liked about the non-Hybrid Pacifica a few months earlier are still here. The ride is well-controlled for a big, heavy minivan. Rough pavement won’t upset the ride too much. The Hybrid’s electric continuously variable transmission is a great addition — smoother and more satisfying than the nine-speed automatic in other Pacificas. Steering feel, to my surprise, was not totally numb.

I ended the week saying I wanted one of these. Coming from a guy who usually says he wants his next car to be something small and weird like a Fiat 500, trust me, that’s high praise.

Competitors

It’s hard to compare the Pacifica Hybrid to other minivans, because so far, at least, nobody else is building a hybrid minivan for America. But with a federal $7,500 tax incentive, the Pacifica Hybrid really isn’t much more expensive than its non-hybrid competitors.

Honda Odyssey


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“Not surprisingly, it’s fuel economy where the Pacifica Hybrid will win over the Odyssey”

The Honda Odyssey is more sporty-looking than the Chrysler Pacifica, if that matters to you. It won’t really be more sporty to drive. These are minivans, after all.

Honda’s design inside the Odyssey is somewhat more sci-fi than the interior of the Pacifica Hybrid. I find the dashboard design of the new-for-2018 Odyssey less friendly to the eye than the one in the Pacifica Hybrid.

As for passenger and cargo space, it’s more or less a wash. There’s more than 30 cubic feet of cargo space behind the third row seats in the Odyssey, and more than 80 cubic feet if you fold those third-row seats into the floor. Chrysler is not the only minivan manufacturer who knows that party trick nowadays. All three rows of seats are perfectly useful for adult passengers.

Not surprisingly, it’s fuel economy where the Pacifica Hybrid will win over the Odyssey. The Odyssey’s 3.5-liter V6 makes 280 horsepower and 262 lb-ft of torque — slightly more powerful than the 260 combined horsepower of the Pacifica Hybrid’s gas/electric powertrain. But you’re likely to see about 19 MPG city, 28 MPG highway, 22 MPG combined in the Odyssey, according to the EPA. If you’re comparing it to other non-hybrid minivans, that’s perfectly competitive. In fact, that’s what the regular Pacifica gets in EPA testing, too. But the Pacifica Hybrid’s 84 MPGe crushes that.

Odyssey can have a slight edge in price. The Pacifica Hybrid starts at $39,995. Take the $7,500 federal tax incentive and any state tax incentives into account before running the numbers, though. Where I live in Tennessee, we don’t have any state tax breaks for buying plug-in hybrid vehicles, but the federal incentive still lowers the net cost to $32,495. That’s a little more than the sub-$30,000 base Odyssey (starting price $29,990). But considering the fuel you might save, the difference isn’t large.

Read our full review on the 2018 Honda Odyssey.

Toyota Sienna


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“The Sienna has something no other minivan has in America at the time of this writing: all-wheel drive”

Toyota’s Sienna has aged a lot since the “Swagger Wagon” days. Other than the government fleet queen Dodge Grand Caravan, it’s the oldest minivan design on sale today.

But for some people, that much-respected Toyota reliability is a big selling point — especially when you’re comparing it against Chrysler, who hasn’t had the best reliability record where minivans are concerned.

The Sienna recently got a design refresh that mostly affected its face, with a slightly more aggressive front grille trim serving to give the van another year or two of relevancy before a total redesign, which I hope is coming soon for this aging platform. Inside got a few nice updates, too, including Toyota’s Entune 3.0 infotainment system that is a little easier to use and more up-to-date with the latest technologies. However, Toyota’s Entune still lacks Android Auto/Apple CarPlay capability that Chrysler is starting to sneak into its Uconnect infotainment systems of late.

Like the Odyssey, the Sienna loses on fuel consumption to the Pacifica Hybrid. That’s not a completely fair comparison, but being that it’s the Pacifica Hybrid’s primary selling point, it bears repeating.

However, the Sienna has something no other minivan has in America at the time of this writing: all-wheel drive. If you want it, you can buy a Sienna that drives all four wheels when required. You’ll pay more at purchase time, and there’s a slight penalty in fuel economy, but if you live where snow is a regular feature of winter, it may very well be worth the additional cost.

Other advantages of the Sienna include easier-to-use child anchors and tethers, which you’ll appreciate if you have to move a baby seat in and out of the van frequently, and more cargo room than Pacifica behind the third row (39.1 cubic feet vs. the Pacifica’s 32.3 cubic feet.)

Overall, I find the Chrysler Pacifica — Hybrid or not — more comfortable. And it has better safety equipment by virtue of its more recent design. But the Sienna has definite appeal where practicality and value are concerned.

Read our full review on the 2018 Toyota Sienna.

Kia Sedona


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“The Sedona gets the worst fuel economy in the minivan segment, too, with EPA ratings of 18 MPG city, 24 MPG highway.”

The Kia Sedona came back after a brief hiatus a couple of years ago, so it is more up-to-date than the Toyota Sienna. And, true to form, Kia offers one of the strongest value propositions in the segment if your primary concern is price: The base Sedona starts about $2,000 cheaper than a base Pacifica.

Sedona does well with safety ratings, just like the Pacifica. And it offers competitive space for passengers and cargo. There’s slightly more of both in the Kia, in fact.

But where the Sedona disappoints is in its handling and powertrain. The Kia’s 3.3-liter V6 feels rougher and less-refined than Chrysler’s — doubly so when compared to the Pacifica Hybrid. Its handling is ponderous and feels awkward when hustled or when trying to navigate tight parking lots. The Pacifica feels much nicer to drive, Hybrid or not.

The Sedona gets the worst fuel economy in the minivan segment, too, with EPA ratings of 18 MPG city, 24 MPG highway.

But the pricing is what wins people over to Sedona. Kia dealers tend to be very discount-happy, and some comparison outlets show the base Sedona L regularly selling below $20,000. The difference in price buys a lot of gasoline.

I’m watching with interest to see whether Kia starts adopting its hybrid drive system to more of its models based on the early success of the Niro Hybrid. A plug-in Niro Hybrid is just coming to market at the time of this writing, and could easily lend some of its powertrain design to the Sedona to make a Chrysler competitor.

But that’s something Toyota could easily do, too, based on the preponderance of Prius hybrids and PHEVs it has sold in recent years. And despite persistent rumors that a Sienna Hybrid is “just around the corner,” it has yet to materialize. Will Kia beat Toyota to the punch to become the second hybrid minivan for sale in America? Only time will tell.

One thing is for sure, though: Kia learns quickly. Who would have thought the Soul would be the last of the subcompact boxcars to survive — and that it would survive because it’s nicer to drive, with better features and performance than the other players in that segment? Who would have said, five or 10 years ago, that the brand would build the Niro, one of the most buzzworthy hybrids and PHEVS in the industry?

Read our full review on the 2017 Kia Sedona.

Conclusion


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Chrysler did a great thing when it put a plug-in hybrid powertrain in the Pacifica. I already liked the Pacifica based on my test drive of the non-Hybrid version. But the Pacifica Hybrid made me fall in love.

This is the kind of practical PHEV America needs. It is my sincere hope that the auto industry takes the lessons learned in the Pacifica Hybrid and applies them to more vehicles in more segments. I didn’t realize how little gasoline I would need, even with a relatively modest 33-mile electric range.

What if a next-gen Pacifica Hybrid has a 50-mile electric range thanks to improved battery chemistry? Or what if Chrysler puts a big lump of batteries in the hole where the engine goes and gives us a 300-mile range on a Pacifica EV someday? The future is looking exciting.

If you’re shopping for a family hauler, I cannot recommend this enough: Test drive a Pacifica Hybrid. For about the price of a midsize or large crossover SUV, you can have a much more practical vehicle that will slash your gasoline expenses.

My tester had an MSRP of $47,885. The federal tax incentive would bring my net cost down to just a shade over $40,000. That’s a pretty strong deal in a world where it’s easy to find yourself shopping GMC Acadias or Nissan Pathfinders that often sell for around $40K with a few options.

It’s simple, really: The Chrysler Pacifica Hybrid just makes sense.

Disclosure: Chrysler provided the vehicle, insurance, and a tank of fuel — of which I used only a couple of gallons — for this review.

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PostHeaderIcon Official: 2018 Ram 1500 Hydro Blue Sport

Ram Trucks is constantly trying to enhance the appeal of their products, even if it means offering uncharacteristic colors and options. They recently launched a series of special Sport edition models in lively colors, of which this 2018 Ram 1500 Hydro Blue Sport is the final one. 

And it’s quite a bright little thing, is it not? Just imagine turning up at the construction site in this baby blue beauty. You’re going to get a lot of whistles and hand gestures. The special treatment does, however, give Ram 1500 Hydro Blue Sport a whole lot of new features and equipment. So on balance it is worth considering this model over a standard 1500, especially as other Sport models come in green and orange and copper. You are better off with blue.

So let’s see what sort of kit you get with the 2018 Ram 1500 Hydro Blue Sport. On the outside there is black-decaled Sport performance hood, new-for-2018 body-colored Sport grille with black billet inserts and black R-A-M letter badge, as well as flat black exterior body-side and tailgate badging. Inside, blue color-matched highlight stitching on the instrument panel, heated steering wheel and door trim, blue embroidery, blue anodized  instrument panel bezels, center console trim and door spears and black headliner are among the main highlights.






The Ram 1500 Hydro Blue Sport will go on sale in November 2017 with a limited run of 2,000 units, each priced at  $46,060, plus $1,395 destination. Other notable options include 22-inch aluminum wheels on 4×2 models andpolished 20-inch wheels on 4×4 models, body-colored front fascia, rear bumper, side mirrors and door handles, black tubular side steps, chrome wheel-to-wheel side steps, Active Level air suspension, ParkSense and the RamBox storage system.

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PostHeaderIcon Mopar Hellcrate HEMI Engine Kit to Debut at SEMA

Those of you who have halted your kit car or restomod project on account of not having a good engine, listen. Chrysler’s parts and tuning arm Mopar is bringing to 2017 SEMA show the Hellcrate, a crate version of the 707 horsepower Hellcat engine everybody loves. Now let’s guess what will be the strangest car to feature it.

Mopar Hellcrate is the first and only supercharged, 707 horsepower and 650 lb.-ft. of torque factory-backed crate engine kit. The 6.2 liter V8 is basically plug & play, meaning you can drop it into any car that has room for it under the bonnet, connect up the bits, and viola. Just make sure you get the proper gearbox for this monstrous engine. By default it is set to work with manual boxes. The clutch also, and the whole chassis, it has to be rigid enough for that kind of torque. Well, let’s just say it’s probably not a good idea to put the Hellcrate in a family hatchback.

It really is that simple though for a mechanic to use the Mopar Hellcrate. The kit comes with all you need to install the motor, including powertrain control module (PCM), power distribution center, engine wiring harness, chassis harness, accelerator pedal, ground jumper, oxygen sensors, charge air temperature sensors and fuel pump control module. Mopar also supplies Front End Accessory Drive (FEAD) Kit, which includes an alternator, power steering pump, belts, pulleys and…

But before you get too excited we should point out Mopar Hellcrate HEMI costs $19,530. So it’s not really for your average backyard project. This kit is ideal for first-time supercar makers who need something potent and relatively hassle-free. The kit comes with a Mopar three-year/unlimited mileage warranty.




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PostHeaderIcon The 6.2-Liter Hellcat V-8 Is Finally Available As A Crate Engine

Chrysler’s famed parts division, Mopar, is officially offering the mighty 6.2-liter Hellcat Hemi V-8 as a crate engine anyone can order. The package is called the “Hellcrate” and includes a brand-new engine with a three-year, unlimited mileage warranty. The optional Crate Hemi Engine Kit adds all the parts needed for a plug-and-play style engine swap into nearly any vehicle. The announcement comes as the 2017 SEMA Show kicks off in Las Vegas with thousands descending Sin City for all things in aftermarket automotive upgrades. This marks the first time the Hellcat V-8 has been available directly from Mopar. Before this, gearheads were left scouring junkyards for wrecked Hellcat Chargers and Challengers hoping to find a working engine.

“Never before has a supercharged, factory-direct 707-horsepower crate engine kit been offered, and we are proud to be the first to deliver a solution enthusiasts have demanded,” said Pietro Gorlier, Head of Mopar for FCA. “This ultimate powertrain option fits the needs of owners and fans who demand iconic performance.”

The Hellcrate, combined with the optional engine kit, includes the powertrain control module, power distribution center, wiring harnesses, accelerator pedal, fuel pump control module, and all the necessary sensors scattered between the air intake and exhaust manifolds. In other words, the package makes it relatively simple to install the 6.2-liter Hellcat V-8 into any project car, providing you know what you’re doing. Additionally, there is a front-end accessory drive kit that adds the alternator, power steering pump, pulleys, and belts.

Naturally, the Hellcrate isn’t cheap. Mopar charges $19,530 for the base Hellcrate package and $2,195 for the Crate Hemi Engine Kit. The Hellcat engine joins the 6.4-liter Hemi and 5.7-liter Hemi V-8s, which retail for $9,430 and $6,135, respectively.

So, what would your power with a Hellcat crate engine? Let us know in the comments below.

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PostHeaderIcon Chrysler Pacifica S Appearance Package

There you are – sitting in the parent pick-up line at the kids’ elementary school. You’re looking at the never-ending row of gray and silver SUVs, crossovers, and sedans. You feel trapped – stuck in a rut of perpetual boredom fed by routines and complacency and made worse by cookie-cutter transportation. You need to escape this automotive purgatory. But you’re a good parent and know you can’t shuck the responsibilities of chauffeuring your brood to and from their various activities. What’s the solution? The Dodge Charger SRT Hellcat or Jeep Grand Cherokee Trackhawk? No, those are just horsepower overkill and underwhelming on people room. No, you need space. You need seven or eight seats. You also need vogue styling. You aren’t the average PTA parent, after all. Well, Chrysler has a solution. Meet the 2018 Chrysler Pacifica S and its murdered-out appearance package.

For the 2018 model year, the Pacifica can be had with the S Appearance Package for an extra $595. It’s available on the Touring Plus, Touring L, Touring L Plus, and the Limited model. It’s blacked-out appearance spans from its black paint and Gloss Black accents to its 18-inch wheels in a hue called Black Noise. Tim Kuniskis, head of Dodge, SRT, Chrysler, and Fiat, said, “The Chrysler Pacifica definitely stands out in the school drop-off line, and its class-leading style has won over many new customers. The Pacifica’s S Appearance Package takes that style to the next level and offers our customers yet another unique personality that further differentiates Pacifica from the rest of the segment.” Kuniskis is right about that – no other minivan offers such a blacked-out appearance package.

Continue reading to learn more about the Chrysler Pacifica S Appearance Package.

What makes the Chrysler Pacifica S Appearance Package special


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“The 2018 Chrysler Pacifica S offers a wholly sinister look to an otherwise unassuming minivan”

The 2018 Chrysler Pacifica S offers a wholly sinister look to an otherwise unassuming minivan. The black paint is complemented by Gloss Black accents on the grille surround, headlight eyebrows, side window trim, available roof rack, door handles, and wheels. As mentioned, 18-inch wheels come standard, but 20-inch wheels in the Black Noise color are available for $995. Regardless of wheel size, the Pacifica S comes with Black Noise-colored exterior badges.

Inside, the Pacifica S comes with black leather seats with Light Diesel Gray accents. The seatbacks are embroidered with an “S,” which is outlined in that Light Diesel Gray accent color. Fiat Chrysler has made anodized aluminum its accent of choice, and the Pacifica S is no different. Here, the metal is colored in “Ice Cave,” a dark satin chrome color. These accents are found around the air vents, surrounding the gauge cluster, along the rim of the steering wheel, the door handles, and on the center console.


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“Inside, the Pacifica S comes with black leather seats with Light Diesel Gray accents.”

Chrysler says the S Appearance Package is available to order starting this week and deliveries will begin later in the fall.

What do you think? Do you like the murdered-out look of the Pacifica S or is it too much for a family-oriented minivan? Let us know in the comments below.

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Read our full review on the 2017 Chrysler Pacifica.


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Read our full review on the 2017 Chrysler Pacifica Hellcat.

PostHeaderIcon 2018 Chrysler Pacifica S Appearance Package Is for Gangsta Moms!

Chrysler and their sub-brand’s current lineup of cars is full of macho, aggressive models with a frown on their face and bulging muscles on their sides. Among them, however, Chrysler Pacifica has an understandably soft and cuddly look. It is, after all, a family car. But now even that has got the gangsta look thanks to a new Appearance Package.

SO et us cut to the chase and see what sets this 2018 Chrysler Pacifica S Appearance Package apart. On the outside, you have the Gloss Black accents which cover all the shiny bits, including grille surrounds, eyebrow accents on headlamps, daylight opening molding and rear valance molding. There is also black alloy wheels as standard, but it’s up to you whether you want 18s or 20s. Another highlight of the exterior is the Chrysler wing badges on the front and rear are Black Noise with a Gloss Black insert.

Inside the cabin you will find more blackness. Chrysler Pacifica S Appearance Package features black front overhead console, headliner, visors, second- and third-row cargo lighting bezel, A-pillar trim and center console. It also comes with  black seats with Light Diesel Gray accents and the “S” logo; Light Diesel Gray stitching and Piano Black accents on the steering wheel; and Light Diesel Gray stitching and Anodized Ice Cave bezels on the instrument panel and door trim.










For all the “cool” that the Appearance package adds to the Chrysler Pacifica, it has a fairly reasonable price. The package costs $595 with 18″ wheels and $995 with 20″ wheels.

“The Chrysler Pacifica definitely stands out in the school drop-off line, and its class-leading style has won over many new customers,” said Tim Kuniskis, Head of Passenger Car Brands – Dodge, SRT, Chrysler and Fiat, FCA – North America. “The Pacifica’s S Appearance Package takes that style to the next level and offers our customers yet another unique personality that further differentiates Pacifica from the rest of the segment.”

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