2017 Chrysler Pacifica Hybrid: First Look

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Distinguishing Characteristics
The access door for Pacifica’s charge port sits in front of the driver’s door, identified by a lowercase letter “e” on a blue leaf. The teal blue color and the lowercase letter are found throughout Pacifica. This may be Chrysler’s new style for badging hybrids, and it may be safe to assume that other models will follow. A hybrid badge also adorns Pacifica’s rear gate.

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  1. Hello Perry, what the heck is that Ford truck in the top 10 stolen vehicles article?! Like no F-150 i know of–wish that it were–with those more modest lines and stance like yesteryear, even round headlights visible. No over-gargantuan, ultra tall and massive front end, clean side body and window lines with no exaggerations. Is that an overseas market only..or perhaps a Ranger concept?…though modest as it is seems a little large for the latter. Speaking of, saw an older Ford pickup go round a corner the other day and thought there goes an old Ranger…and it was a late 80s F-150!! …such are the behemoths (all brands) we’re so used to now! Anyway, this truck–appearing to be a supercab and not crew– in the article looks nice. So wondering. Thanks, Gregg. Scottsdale, AZ

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