Looks like AWD is in the mix
Bigger screen 10.1
Metalitubby will be proud as FCA copied the rear seat camera from the odyssey dubbed FamCam in the pacifica
That's a damn good-looking minivan, though still not as good as the previous generation. Say what you will about FCA and some of the reported quirks, they sell well because they almost always look great. Period. Their designs are usually simple, and many seem to be aging well. They tend to have a good balance between the sheetmetal and the trims, and at least they're not lacking in power - they are the inverse Toyota and successful for it.
I think that's a mistake, because the pre-refresh front-end was quite handsome.
This refresh feels like a bridge between the (recent) past and what's upcoming for the Chrysler brand.
It's a little awkward and forced, but maybe it'll make sense when (if) new Chryslers arrive.
The 90's are "hip" again in many ways, I wouldn't be surprised if we saw a dash here or a flicker there in styling influence of consumer goods. It's all subjective but I think the van looks great, I like how it is unique in its segment. It looks smaller than it is, too. To echo someone elses sentiment, I agree - a robust AWD system, 300HP 3.6L Pentastar and a ZF 9AT all sound like a good thing to me.