2005 Pacifica Chrysler 0-60 times

2005 Chrysler Pacifica
0-60 Times is from 10 sec
for a 210 horsepower trim and to 10 sec
for 210 horsepower
Trim
0-60 times, 1/4 mile
Limited 4dr All-wheel Drive
250 Hp, 250 Lb-Ft., 4675 Weight
7.9 sec, 15.8 @ 83
Base 4dr All-wheel Drive
250 Hp, 250 Lb-Ft., 4675 Weight
7.9 sec, 15.8 @ 83
Touring 4dr All-wheel Drive
250 Hp, 250 Lb-Ft., 4675 Weight
7.9 sec, 15.8 @ 83
Touring 4dr Front-wheel Drive
250 Hp, 250 Lb-Ft., 4482 Weight
8.8 sec, 16.7 @ 85
Base 4dr Front-wheel Drive
210 Hp, 240 Lb-Ft., 4482 Weight
10 sec, 17.4 @ 80
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Chrysler Pacifica 0-60 mph acceleration across years

Year
0-60 times, Quarter mile
1/4 mile times
6.7 - 8.3 sec.
16 @ 0 - 16.3 @ 0 mph
7.4 sec.
16.1 @ 0 mph
7.4 sec.
14.7 @ 0 - 16.1 @ 0 mph
6.5 sec.
15.3 @ 0 mph
6.5 sec.
15.3 @ 0 mph
6.5 sec.
15.3 @ 0 mph
7.5 - 10.1 sec.
15.6 @ 84 - 17.5 @ 80 mph
7.5 - 10.1 sec.
15.6 @ 84 - 17.5 @ 80 mph
7.9 - 8.7 sec.
15.8 @ 85 - 16.6 @ 83 mph
7.9 - 10 sec.
15.8 @ 85 - 17.4 @ 80 mph
7.9 - 8.8 sec.
15.8 @ 85 - 16.7 @ 83 mph

Chrysler Pacifica competition 0-60 mph acceleration

How fast can 2005 Chrysler Pacifica struck 0-to-60 from a full stop? Browse through different 2005 Chrysler Pacifica trims to discover the make vehicles with all the very best or the most awful zero to sixty miles per hour performance.

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