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I'm new here.

Just wondering what's the pros and cons of having a van that's hybrid... never owned a hybrid van before...

any thoughts?
 

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Just about no downsides, just all upsides. If this was years ago I would be skeptical about the hybrid tech but over the years this tech has grown and developed. Have you owned a van in the past?
 

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Just about no downsides, just all upsides. If this was years ago I would be skeptical about the hybrid tech but over the years this tech has grown and developed. Have you owned a van in the past?
Thanks @Tony !

I've never owned a van, so it'll be my first if I do decide on getting this one in the future.

I just thought it would be nice to have a bigger car with lots of cargo space and passenger comfort for long road trips compared to the SUV, I wouldn't be able to put too much luggage along with having my passengers.
 

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The downside with the hybrid Pacifica is the Stow n' Go feature isn't available. The space ito store the second row seats used for the batteries.
 

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Some people I know keep a roof top carrier and find always having that to be useful. I have a friend with 3 kids and that's what they do, frees up a lot of space in the cabin leaving you without worrying where you'll put things.
 

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The second row seats can be removed for extra space, but need to be lifted out. This is the reason I decided not to wait for the hybrid version.
 

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Some people I know keep a roof top carrier and find always having that to be useful. I have a friend with 3 kids and that's what they do, frees up a lot of space in the cabin leaving you without worrying where you'll put things.
Yeah that's one way to go, but I just don't like how it looks haha. but worst case scenario, it is what it is.
 
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