The new 2022 Chrysler Pacifica, available at our Spokane dealership, is a modern minivan with tons of room for passengers and cargo. The interior setup is flexible, making this a practical and versatile minivan. With the higher trim levels, the interior becomes downright luxurious. Here at Dishman Dodge Ram Chrysler Jeep near the Spokane Valley, we want all our customers near Post Falls, ID, to know about the Pacifica minivan's impressive safety record.

Recently, the Chrysler Pacifica was named a Top Safety Pick by IIHS. IIHS stands for Insurance Institute for Highway Safety. This organization does numerous rigorous tests on vehicles to ascertain how safe they really are, including numerous crash tests. The IIHS then provides a report detailing how each vehicle did in the different tests and categories.

For each model year, the IIHS names vehicles in different classes as a Top Safety Pick. The 2022 Chrysler Pacifica won this honor and is considered an excellent and safe vehicle in its class. Anyone in the market for a new minivan would do well to consider the Pacifica. The Pacifica received a Superior or Advanced rating in three crucial areas. These were Front-Crash Prevention, Vehicle-to-Vehicle Collision, and Vehicle-Pedestrian Collision.

The Pacifica also received Good ratings for roof strength, head restraints, and headlights. Crash tests were also conducted for the small-overlap front, moderate overlap front, and side collisions. The IIHS also tested the former two categories specifically for the driver and passenger sides.

The 2022 Chrysler Pacifica scored Good in all of these tests.

The IIHS makes note that their awards are given by vehicle class and get divided by the size and weight of the vehicles. Smaller vehicles that win such an award do not typically provide as much protection for the occupants as large vehicles like the Chrysler Pacifica. The Pacifica is a great choice for families in Washington and Idaho.

Test drive a new Chrysler Pacifica minivan at our dealership near Coeur d'Alene, ID, today.

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