At least for now, the PT Cruiser is safe, provided you don’t want a convertible. Chrysler will announce today that it is discontinuing the soft top version of the PT Cruiser, along with dropping the Crossfire, the Pacifica, and the Dodge Magnum, as previously rumored. The Jeep Commander survives. The Canadian Auto Workers union’s not thrilled to see two brands made in Canada bite the dust. The Magnum is made in Brampton, Ontario and the Pacifica is made in Windsor, Ontario. However, (...) More
Chrysler Group today announced U.S. pricing for the new 2007 Chrysler Pacifica . With a new 4.0-liter aluminum V-6 engine mated to a new six-speed automatic transmission, more standard equipment, including all-row side-curtain air bags and Electronic Stability Program (ESP), and an average U.S. Manufacturer’s Suggested Retail Price (MSRP) of roughly $1,300 less than outgoing models, the new 2007 Chrysler Pacifica offers the best features of an SUV, minivan and passenger car all rolled into (...) More
Chrysler Group rolls out a fresh Chrysler Pacifica model lineup that offers an enhanced driving experience to match the inspired style, safety and flexibility of the vehicle. With a new 4.0-liter single overhead cam (SOHC) aluminum V-6 engine mated to an all-new six-speed transmission that offers increased horsepower and torque, abundant standard safety features, YES EssentialsÂ® stain resistant, odor resistant, anti-static seat fabric and a design that reflects the “face” of Chrysler, the 2007 Chrysler Pacifica offers more performance, added standard safety features, added versatility and a first-class interior experience.
Chrysler Group is expanding the 2006 Chrysler Pacifica lineup, adding another option for crossover customers. The newest choice to roll ashore is the Chrysler Pacifica Limited model with front-wheel drive.