As the most innovative minivan in its class, the Chrysler Pacifica continues to reinvent for your generation and the next, offering America’s first and only Hybrid minivan, Stow ’n Go® seating and storage, Uconnect® Theater with built-in games and apps, and class-exclusive hands-free sliding doors. Every ingenious feature is designed to give you the luxury of simplicity with virtually limitless versatility — where everyone and everything has its proper place. The ultimate convenience of available hands-free power-sliding doors and liftgate and other features that promote passenger independence will spark joy all around.
Learn more about the 2020 Chrysler Pacifica, the minivan for your family, by reading about three key features below.
When Chrysler puts safety first, it is putting your family first. The 2020 Chrysler has advanced driver assistance features such as an available full-speed Forward Collision Warning with Active Braking. This feature can warn the driver if a crash is imminent and can take preventative action if the driver does not. The vehicle will apply brake pressure itself if the driver fails to respond to an upcoming danger. Other safety features, like the available 360-degree surround view camera, are less independent, but come in handy while driving and parking.
Many new vehicles are coming equipped with a touchscreen at the front of the vehicle for driver convenience, but what about a vehicle that comes with two touchscreens? The available Class-Exclusive Uconnect ® Theater comes with dual rear-seat touchscreens behind the driver and front-passenger seats. These 10-inch HD touchscreens will keep passengers entertained with wireless streaming, games, and apps to pass a long drive.
The 2020 Chrysler Pacifica comes with ample convenience and comfort features, including an available Hands-Free Power Liftgate and Hands-Free Power Sliding Side Doors. These features make it easier for drivers to load up their vehicle, even when their hands are full. The hands-free side door makes it easy for all passengers, big and small, to open the door on their own from the exterior. Both of these features are operated using sensors and simple foot motions.