SAN FRANCISCO – The beauty of being first into a segment is the ability to define it. Chrysler Group enjoyed that luxury when it created the minivan, almost 20 years and 10 million people-movers ago. Some 75% of Pacifica buyers are expected to opt for AWD, with the rest choosing FWD. Today, from the same Windsor, Ont., Canada, plant that still makes minivans comes the all-new ’04 Chrysler Pacifica, the product of an all-new platform. This cross between a minivan, SUV and sedan ...

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