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Total Odometer Miles on Pacifica

  • 10,000+

    Votes: 32 50.0%
  • 20,000+

    Votes: 11 17.2%
  • 30,000+

    Votes: 14 21.9%
  • 50,000+

    Votes: 5 7.8%
  • 80,000+

    Votes: 2 3.1%
  • 100,000+ Yeah!

    Votes: 0 0.0%

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....I answered the graph when this thread came out. I have approximately 25,000 miles now :smile2:
Ditto.. except we've moved on from 30k+ to somewhere around 57k miles now on our 2017..
 

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....I answered the graph when this thread came out. I have approximately 25,000 miles now :smile2:
Come on guys. I was obviously being a smart-aleck! While I was working, we would put 30,000 miles per year on the family car. I retired last year and we bought the van to car travel in. Having owned it six months and to have this few of miles is disappointing to say the least. About time to gear up and go!
 

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I bought a used 2017 Touring L+ with adaptive cruise and tow package with 61k miles. Currently at 64k miles. Loving it so far. The Pentastar engine is a very reliable engine and the ZF transmission is the best in the business so I am not too worried about the miles. It rides and handles wonderfully with a full payload. A little bouncy when driving alone.
 

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Bought my 2017 Touring-L new at the end of July 2017. I have 79,000 miles on it. Have had both front struts replaced under warranty and had to get a battery last year. Replaced the brake pads at 75,000, and just got new tires. Love everything about the van except the transmission. As long as it stays reliable, we plan on keeping it at least 2 or 3 more years.
 

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Bought my 2017 Touring-L new at the end of July 2017. I have 79,000 miles on it. Have had both front struts replaced under warranty and had to get a battery last year. Replaced the brake pads at 75,000, and just got new tires. Love everything about the van except the transmission. As long as it stays reliable, we plan on keeping it at least 2 or 3 more years.
The front struts were they quality defects or premature failures that cause them to be replaced?
 

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Bought my 2017 Touring-L new at the end of July 2017. I have 79,000 miles on it. Have had both front struts replaced under warranty and had to get a battery last year. Replaced the brake pads at 75,000, and just got new tires. Love everything about the van except the transmission. As long as it stays reliable, we plan on keeping it at least 2 or 3 more years.
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The front struts were they quality defects or premature failures that cause them to be replaced?
Sorry, just saw this. The right strut was making a noise, so they replaced both struts and mounts under warranty. So quality issue I guess. They weren’t leaking or anything.
 

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Curious to know what some of you that have had your Pacifica a long time, what your approximate odometer reading is? Anyone make it to 100,00 yet? I thought I read a person here was close 100k he has a delivery courier or something... Post your Odometer reading and/or take the anonymous Poll.
We took delivery of our Pacifica late May 2016 and have a tad over 41500 miles on it today. All is good so far! A few issues but well taken care of by our local dealer.
 

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Ours just broke 63000 miles. Recently replaced OEM tires. Riding good as new. Only problem is ESS battery went out, so no ESS, but I haven't replaced the battery since I hate ESS. Do get a warning about it though, every time I start up. Looking forward to upgrading to the 2021 model when it comes out and incentives start.
 
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