Let's remember Chrysler's original Pacifica, which was more of a crossover than a minivan.
This frumpy-looking thing was the original Chrysler Pacifica.
Yes, before the Pacifica was a minivan, it was a larger, three-row crossover.
The Pacifica shared its architecture with the Town & Country minivan.
It was powered by a range of V6 engines and even offered all-wheel drive.
As customers steered away from minivans, crossovers became more and more viable.
The Pacifica was basically a minivan without sliding doors.
The third row of seats could easily be folded into the floor.
The big, 4.0-liter V6 was really inefficient.
Oh, hey, a fold-down entertainment system!
That interior certainly hasn't aged well.
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