Aubrey. A good road trip vehicle can also be sleeping quarters or storage!
My Pacifica is fondly called Aubree or my "momma mobile". She is built very well the all wheel drive is great for living in the hill country, you can get through rocky or rough terrain and she has performed well in rain, on Icy roads and in foggy weather she has never let me down. Her frame is very strong she hit a deer and it left a minor dent on the bumper. My children were in the car and because of how sound the framework of the car is there was no way of knowing we had hit the deer, adding to my surprise my children slept soundly through the whole thing! I love my vehicle and the freedom it gives me. I am able to put the seats down and carry timber and other building supplies in the back without any problems. The car seats 6 people and there's a small space in the back for groceries and other items. In the back it also houses the console to update your Pacifica's navigation system. I have found the navigation system in my 2004 to be lacking. We are often guided to the wrong place with the current navigation system so it is not in use. Aubrey does how all leather seating she has power seats for the front but they are manual in the back. The driver seat is comfortable and I have made many long trips in this vehicle it is decent on gas when you are on the highway but in town it will eat gas. The passenger seats I find to be very uncomfortable you feel every turn and bump more than you do in the driver's seat. This Pacifica has a CD player, ac, and several charging stations for your electronics, and the mirrors adapt to light so you can say goodbye to those people who shine their bright while you are trying to drive.