The all-new Chrysler Pacifica replaces the Town & Country as the minivan of note for buyers angling domestic.
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Chrysler is an automaker that has undergone quite a few reinventions, acquisitions, expansions and contractions over its nearly century-long existence. Today, it is the American luxury arm of the global Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA) company with a lineup that consists of the 300 and 200 sedans and the Town & Country minivan.
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The all-new Chrysler Pacifica replaces the Town & Country as the minivan of note for buyers angling domestic. With a new hybrid variant and loads of technology, it's going to heat up the segment in a hurry.