Chrysler Pacifica puts customer opinion first
The 2017 Chrysler Pacifica has already received 120 accolades, 15 consecutive owner loyalty awards and was also tested and audited by FCA US employees
Since the first minivan rolled off the assembly line in 1983 at the Windsor Assembly Plant, FCA has been the leader in the minivan segment.
The company has sold more than 14 million minivans since then, with more than 6 million currently on the road today.
After five generations of award-winning minivans, it was time to modernize the vehicle for today’s world.
The all-new 2017 Chrysler Pacifica revolutionizes, reinvigorates and redefines the minivan segment.
As an industry, one of the most challenging aspects of building and launching an all-new vehicle is doing everything possible to ensure complete customer satisfaction.
With a “customer-first” approach to quality in mind, the first build of customer-ready 2017 Chrysler Pacifica minivans rolling off the Windsor Assembly Plant line have gone straight into the hands of the men and women of FCA US.
FCA employees from all functions – including engineering, safety, marketing, sales, human resources, business development and product development – have driven and thoroughly evaluated the first group of minivans, providing an additional opportunity for the team to identify and resolve any potential issues well before customers pick up their all-new, segment-leading minivans.