Yes, you read that right, a Chrysler Pacifica is actually faster than a facelifted ...
Yes, you read that right, a Chrysler Pacifica is actually faster than a facelifted Toyota 86.
Now, we would normally keep the result the surprise, but it is not often that the bone-stock minivan makes the case for itself on the drag strip, against the sports car, as this was the outcome and posted by the folks over at Cars.com.
And to understand what makes a successor of the Town And Country quicker than the Toyota 86, we need to look at the minivan’s specs: a 3.6-liter V6 produces 287 horsepower and 262lb-ft (355Nm) of torque.
FCA also offers the detuned version of the same mill, with the 16 kWh battery pack, in the hybrid version of the vehicle.
At the other end, the 2017 Toyota 86, and which came to replace the defunct Scion FR-S, uses the 2.0-liter naturally aspirated four-cylinder engine, which pushes out 205 horsepower and 156lb-ft (212Nm) of torque, with the manual gearbox, while the automatic variant is good for 200 horsepower.
There’s obviously the big weight difference between the two, and with the right driver behind the wheel, the 2017 Chrysler Pacifica is the car to place your bets on, during the drag race.
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