Minivans have long been looked down upon as a vehicle for mom’s to take their kids to soccer in. However, a minivan is possibly the most useful vehicle ever made, and the 2022 Chrysler Pacifica Limited AWD has the most utility of any vehicle on the market.
What are you talking about?
Hear me out! The Pacifica has stow and go seating, making it super easy to transition between passengers and cargo. Even when the seats are up there is a ton of cargo under the floor where the seats stow. It gets great fuel mileage, especially if you get the hybrid version. It has optional AWD for all weather conditions. For its size nothing has more interior space and useability.
What do you like to do?
The 2022 Chrysler Pacifica works for just about everyone. Here are a few examples:
For construction workers there is room for 4’x8’ sheets to fit inside, flat on the load floor, with the hatch closed. This is great, especially when it’s raining and you’re moving sheetrock.
If you fancy yourself an overlander, they make excellent RV’s. Get the AWD version for all weather, well maintained dirt and gravel road capability. The inside can be set up with a table, sink, cabinets, etc and a pop top or roof top tent can be added.
Maybe you’re a cyclist and need to transport people and bikes in comfort. That can be done with the bikes inside the van, or on a rack installed on a receiver hitch.
Camping with a family? Store everything in the stow and go compartments. Take it all out at the campsite. Stow the seats and put an air mattress in the cargo area.
Any other activity, backpacking, rock climbing, kayaking, winter sports, etc. With the cargo space and comfort inside, large roof area, and AWD capability the 2022 Chrysler Pacifica Limited AWD is the answer.
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2022 Chrysler Pacifica Limited AWD Pricing
Our tester started at $51,545. It included two main options, the S appearance package ($1,495) and the Uconnect Theater Family Group ($2,495). With the $495 paint, $73 manually folding mirror credit, and $1595 destination charge the total MSRP for our tester came to $57,552.
Matthew Barnes is an experienced towing expert. He works as a mechanical engineer and his day job involves testing a variety of vehicles while towing trailers of all types and sizes. Matt shares his knowledge by writing for automotive news outlets in the evenings. When he’s not working he can be found spending time in the great outdoors with his family. He enjoys camping, hiking, canyoneering, and backpacking. Whenever possible he spends time riding in or on any power sports vehicle he can find and claims he can drive anything with a motor, which probably isn’t true.