Can someone provide me guidance? I know this type of question might asked many times and it is individual's choice or preference but that's where I need opinion from existing owners and which option they recommend.
I have a 2017 Touring with 129,000 and it is running great. Transmission has that funky downshift on a rare occasion and I have the Chrysler lifetime warranty offered in 2017 so I am fearless, lol. I would save the $20K and chance that I can can fix anything with the 20 thousand. I have owned Chrysler vans since 1987 and all of them ran well over 100K miles and this Pacifica is doing great. Good luck and safe driving.Hi. I am new to this forum. Need advice from Pacifica owners/experts.
I have 2 options -
1) Buy new 2023 Pacifica touring L - approx. 45K (negotiable)
2) Buy used 2020 Limited, 67K Miles, Rental, no accident and it is certified. so covers up to 3 months/3000 miles bumper to bumper and 7 yr/100,000 miles power train. - approx. 28K out of the door
There are about 17K diff between both options, and lot of pros/cons like high miles, lot of additional features etc. We are not planning to drive much, as it will be family car and expecting less than 4k miles/year.
Which one you guys suggest based on past experience with Pacifica? Thanks for reading and providing your valuable thoughts.
I had a Hybrid Sonata and never recovered the cost of the engine in fuel savings. Many cars are leased today and that is why so many cars are mid-mileage. There are some cars that run 200/300K mi, but would you drive a car that long?Still debating for new with less features vs used one with lot more features. Somehow lot of Pacificas are available around 65k miles. Not sure it is just because of warranty period expired or some major maintenances are required after 65k+ miles. Any way new hybrids are on hold for a sell from dealers due to recall. So waiting for more updates.