2017 Chrysler Pacifica is now one of the most fuel efficient minivans

Chrysler has released the fuel economy specs for the 2017 Pacifica minivan, which now gets up to 28 mpg on the highway – a rating that is unsurpassed in its segment. That rating also represents a 12 percent improvement over the old Town & Country.

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Chrysler has released the fuel economy specs for the 2017 Pacifica minivan, which now gets up to 28 mpg on the highway – a rating that is unsurpassed in its segment. That rating also represents a 12 percent improvement over the old Town & Country.
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The standard gas-powered 2017 Pacifica can’t fully claim the title as the most fuel efficient minivan, since its highway rating is identical to the Honda Odyssey. The Odyssey also gets one mpg better in the city with a 19 mpg rating vs. the Pacifica’s 18 mpg rating. Of course the Pacifica will nab the most fuel-efficient title, when the specs for the Pacifica plug-in hybrid are announced. It’s rumored that the Pacific plug-in hybrid could have a rating as high as 80 mpge.

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Related: Say goodbye to the Chrysler Town & Country and hello to the 2017 Pacifica

The Pacifica is more fuel efficient than the outgoing Town & Country thanks to redesigned 3.6-liter V-6 and the fact that the minivan also weighs 250 pounds less.

Source: Chrysler