The 2018 Chrysler Pacifica S Appearance Package brings some attitude to family travel, adding blacked-out trim and accents.
Thanks to an engine software glitch, more than 150,000 Chrysler Pacificas in the U.S. may stall, sparking a recall from FCA US.
Ford has big plans for its autonomous technology, they just don't include selling to you.
Putting 1,000 miles on a Chrysler minivan while touring California’s parks, our road-testing spouses levy judgment on the 2017 Pacifica.
The Touring Plus trim level is now available for the 2017 Pacifica minivan at Chrysler dealerships nationwide.
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We've also got all-new vehicles from Nissan, Volkswagen and more in today's edition of the Daily Drive-Thru.
If sales figures are anything to go by, you probably don’t want a van. But the Chrysler Pacifica is attempting to turn that all around.
If you’ve got kids and cargo to carry, the 2017 Chrysler Pacifica Hybrid tackles the task better than any other vehicle.
Once you’ve driven and lived with the all-new 2017 Pacifica, you’ll understand why Chrysler needed to jettison the Town & Country nameplate.
Turns out Ford is going to get a long-range EV and Mitsubishi didn't cheat in the U.S. All this and more in today's Daily Drive Thru.
A self-driving Google car struck a public bus in California, causing an accident for the first time for one of Google's vehicles.
Fiat Chrysler SUV recall will need a second go-round.
Forget about the Town & Country minivan - finally. Chrysler recommits itself to the world of minivans.
General Motors will invest half a billion dollars into the Uber competitor.
The tech giant is targeting 2020 to put autonomous cars on the road and looking to team up with the American automaker to do so.
Google’s self-driving cars are now extra cautious around kids, learning their sometimes unpredictable behavior.
Air bag and brake problems have caused Fiat Chrysler to recall almost 900K vehicles.
Volvo has released information about its foray into self-driving cars with a promotional video showing off the user interface.
Google Inc said it would give monthly updates of accidents involving its driverless cars.