Category: minivans

  • 2022 Toyota Sienna – Drive Review

    2022 Toyota Sienna – Drive Review

    Toyota introduced the reimagined, fourth-generation Sienna for 2021 aimed at supporting a wider array of life stages and activities than the typical minivan. Hybrid engine, only. All-wheel drive available. New for 2022 Woodland Edition for the more adventurous who partake in weekend outdoor activities.  Have a look here for more detail and information. @1ChicagoCarGuy

  • 2022 Kia Carnival – Drive Report

    2022 Kia Carnival – Drive Report

    The 2022 Carnival replaces the Sedona in Kia’s lineup. It’s entirely new. Kia defines it as a multipurpose vehicle that goes beyond the typical minivan. The Carnival is stylish with unique design cues and a wagon-like profile. It offers lots of versatility and convenience for carrying people and things. Read more with one click here.…

  • 2021 Honda Odyssey – Drive Review

    2021 Honda Odyssey – Drive Review

    Honda says the Odyssey is America’s best retail-selling minivan for 10 years running. American consumers have purchased more than 1.1 million Odyssey minivans during that time. The Honda Odyssey has been refreshed for 2021 with numerous updates to styling, along with upgraded technology and safety features. I’m convinced, and not alone in the thinking, that…

  • 2021 Chrysler Pacifica – Minivan v. SUV

    2021 Chrysler Pacifica  – Minivan v. SUV

    Although popular thinking has it that a utility vehicle is the thing to have, that may not always be the case. It might just be that a minivan is better suited for your driving needs. Read my thoughts on that right here. @1ChicagoCarGuy

  • 2021 Chrysler Pacifica Pinnacle AWD – Drive Review

    2021 Chrysler Pacifica Pinnacle AWD – Drive Review

    For 2021 Chrysler Pacifica now offer a new, elite Pinnacle model. It’s a premium people mover, loaded with luxury features and content, including quilted Caramel Nappa leather seats in all three rows and unique matching lumbar pillows in the second-row captain’s chairs. All-wheel drive is new for 2021 on the Pacifica and it’s standard on…

  • 2021 Chrysler Pacifica All-Wheel Drive – First Drive

    2021 Chrysler Pacifica All-Wheel Drive – First Drive

    On the 2021 Chrysler Pacifica minivan you’re now able to get an all-weather capable, seamless and fully automatic all-wheel-drive (AWD) system.  The Pacifica AWD system is quite smart. It engages automatically, based on a variety of sensor inputs that signal when enhanced traction is beneficial. The AWD system is available across all four gas-powered Chrysler…

  • Make a getaway in the 2020 Chrysler Pacifica

    My wife and I recently did what many American families are doing this summer, we drove and did not fly to a getaway vacation home.  For the six hour drive from our Chicago home to the northern reaches of Michigan’s lower peninsula a 2020 Chrysler Pacifica hauled us and our stuff. Our experience with the…

  • 2019 Chrysler Pacific Hybrid – Drive Review

    In celebration of 35 years of minivan leadership, the 2019 Pacifica Hybrid is offered in a 35th Anniversary edition that’s available on Pacifica Touring L Hybrid and Limited Hybrid models. This special edition features new badging, an all-black interior with Cranberry Wine accent stitching and upgraded content. With an all-electric range of 32 miles and…

  • 2019 Chrysler Pacifica – What’s New

    For 2019 the Chrysler Pacifica gets some new packages, colors and equipment upgrades. Read a bit more about the Pacifica and Pacifica Hybrid for 2019, right here. @1ChicagoCarGuy

  • 2017 Chrysler Pacifica Hybrid – Drive Report

    For 2017, the Chrysler Pacifica Hybrid is offered in Premium and Platinum models, starting at $41,995. With the available $7,500 federal tax credit, Chrysler Pacifica Hybrid pricing theoretically starts as low as $34,495, not including any additional state or local incentives, making it lower priced than a comparable gasoline-engine Pacifica. For 2018 all Pacifica trim…