Ever since Chrysler’s Pacifica cross/utility vehicle made its debut in prototype form at the Detroit auto show in 2001, the hype surrounding this wagon has been nothing short of monumental. Chrysler insiders and journalists alike have called the Pacifica a “segment breaker” and even gone as far as to tag it something that hasn’t been thought of before. Just when you thought it couldn’t get much more over the top, comes what has to be the most comical performance of hyperbole witnessed in ...
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