Peace of Mind? Check.
With available features like a 360° Surround View Camera and Full-Speed Forward Collision Warning with Active Braking it’s no surprise that the Chrysler Pacifica has the highest safety rating in its class.
In a Class of Its Own
The Chrysler Pacifica is the only minivan to be named an 2017 IIHS Top Safety Pick+ with optional front crash prevention and specific headlights; applies only to vehicles built after August 2016. No other minivan earned this honor.
360° SURROUND VIEW CAMERA
An available 360° Surround View Camera provides a bird‘s-eye view of the Chrysler Pacifica, using four cameras positioned around the vehicle to create a fully stitched image.
FORWARD COLLISION WARNING WITH ACTIVE BRAKING (FCW+)
Available FCW+ detects if your vehicle is approaching another vehicle too rapidly. It assists you by providing both audible and visual warnings as well as applying the brakes if needed.
The available ParkSense® Rear Park Assist System with Stop has sensors in the front and rear that assist with visual and audible cues to help stop you from backing into something. The brakes may engage automatically during a reverse parking maneuver if a possible collision is detected.
PARALLEL AND PERPENDICULAR PARKING MADE EASY
The available Class-Exclusive Parallel and Perpendicular Park Assist System controls the steering while you follow on-screen directions for the gear position, brake and accelerator.
ADAPTIVE CRUISE CONTROL WITH STOP AND GO (ACC+)
This available system uses sensors to maintain a set distance between your Pacifica and the vehicle in front of it. ACC+ functions between 0 mph and highway cruising speeds.
REAR PARK ASSIST WITH CROSS PATH DETECTION
Available Rear Cross Path Detection helps you monitor hard-to-see angles while backing out of tight parking spots where your side view may be blocked.
LANESENSE® LANE DEPARTURE WARNING WITH LANE KEEP ASSIST
Available LaneSense® Lane Departure Warning with Lane Keep Assist automatically helps guide you back into your lane if you’ve drifted outside your lane unintentionally.