With a nicely appointed interior, you might think you're driving a Mercedes-Benz. The Pacifica offers the full range of electronics, along with more CD and DVD capacity than we've seen in any other car.
The Chrysler Pacifica was launched in 2004, well before the current trend toward crossover vehicles.
Even with the third row seats up, there's room enough for groceries and the fruits of other suburban errands. Put the third row down, and there's plenty of room for the luggage of four people occupying the front and second-row seats.
With the optional rear-seat DVD entertainment system you end up with two CD/DVD slots, the upper one a single disc player and the lower a six-disc changer. Both drives play CDs, DVD audio, and MP3 CDs. Both drives have RCA jacks for plugging in MP3 players or other devices.