And as I posted in my original reply, the difference in reliability between Toyota and Chrysler is 2x. This means roughly 2x more dealer visits. That does not equate to 2 visits per year for a Pacifica and NONE for a "perfect" Toyota lol. That is a gross exaggeration. If a Toyota never breaks, the Pacifica won't either...2x0=0Chrysler is second from the bottom, FAR worse than Lexus or Toyota (in fact over/nearly twice as many problems reported per 100 cars), and FAR below average. ALL FCA brands are below average, Chrysler being the worst and most of Chrysler's numbers are specifically the Pacifica since they only have two models.
Like I said before, Chrysler does not have a track record of making reliable cars. Full stop. If you buy a car from a company on the upper end of this list you will have less likelihood of having failures and repairs vs a Chrysler. Full stop.