Test Drive Tuesday: Chrysler Pacifica (Holy Cow It’s A) Hybrid

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  1. la673 says:

    The second-row seats on the hybrid are said to be more contoured, more thickly padded, and thus more comfortable than in the gasoline-powered versions, because only the latter have the Stow ‘n’ Go seats that need to fold into underfloor compartments. In the plug-in hybrid Pacifica, what would have been those compartments hold the batteries, so there’s no place for the seat to disappear into. Chrysler took advantage of that to put more comfortable seats in their hybrid vans.

  2. Clay says:

    Second row seat bottoms need to be 14 to 15 inches high or you’ll be sitting with your weight on your hips and rear buttocks, NOT comfortable for long distances. My 2004 Odyssey seats are 15″ high and very comfortable. For reference, standard seat height of a chair is 18″.

  3. jesse says:

    I’d drive it.

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