Overall Dependability & Durable long lasting

Asked by Sep 23, 2016 at 01:40 AM about the 2007 Chrysler Pacifica Touring Signature Series

Question type: General

Plz someone tell me how there Pacifica is or
was. How it runs & drives? The basic pros &  
cons!  And does anyone know the towing
compasity? The max towing with the 4.0 liter
24 valve.......Thank you

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If your wanting my advise on whether to buy or look elsewhere for something else, They loose value fast they just are not popular and they have issues with overheating and gaskets failing and stalling shutting down for no reason and have to take to dealer as no one can find the problems and they do not like to haul much as the trans will shift rough and then slip and go out sooner than later and for the love of God do not buy a ford Explorer.

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