Recently bought a CPO 2017 Touring-L. It is the Molten Silver which I love.
This is not my first van. I used to live in Japan in the military and I sold my TT Supra and purchased a beater Nissan van so I could cart my friends and our scuba gear around the island. I loved it more than the Supra. I traded in my 2014 Mazda6 for this which was lowered, wider wheels, tasteful mods. It was coined the Mazda-rati by my friends.
That being said. I hate American cars. They suck in reliability compared to Japanese but you don't get much for the same price for a Honda and this is a second vehicle to my 3rd gen 4runner so I didn't want to go all out.
I initially please but my gf has a 2015 Chrysler 200 and it has the transmission gremlins and issues with oil loss yet it doesn't leak or smoke. Just mysteriously eats oil to the point its not on the dipstick and will shut itself down while driving.
I'm skeptical but I hope Chrysler proves me wrong...
Welcome to the forum. If you put your van info (year, trim, gas/hybrid, build date (on driver's door), etc.) in the signature line of the UserCP it will show up at the bottom of each post and may help others assist you.
If your van is having transmission issues, build date may be important since there was a TSB in July 2017 for early 2017 Pacificas (many were built in 2016) that doesn't get applied unless requested (needed) since it isn't a recall. Other than that there are threads about clearing transmission adaptations. I had the TSB applied, and transmission adaptations done twice and my van is currently shifting fine at 37,000 miles. (There wasn't a MIL light regarding the transmission, but I took the paper in and it was updated.)
"NUMBER: 21-027-17 REV. A
GROUP: 21 - Transmission and Transfer Case
DATE: July 15, 2017
Flash: Transmission Shift and Drivability Enhancements
Some customers may experience a Malfunction Indicator Lamp (MIL) illumination. Upon further investigation, a technician may find the following Diagnostic Trouble Codes (DTCs) stored in the TCM memory:
• **P0887-00 - TCM Power Control Circuit High.**
• P1B13-00 - Park by Wire Unintended Out Of Park Position.
• P1DCD-00 - TCM Monitoring Processor Performance Multiple Clutches Locked Up.
• U0103-00 - Lost Communication With Electric Gear Shift Module.
• P1CC9 - Unable To Engage Gear.
• P1DDE-00 - Ignition Run/Start Input 1-2 Correlation.
The following improvement is also included in this update:
• Shifter interlocking improvement in an event of brake signal loss to the TCM."