Chrysler Pacifica, Jeep® Wagoneer Earn PARENTS Best Family Cars Awards

Shows Their Family-Friendly Features and Cutting-Edge Technology...

In a nod to their family-friendly features and cutting-edge technology, the 2024 Chrysler Pacifica and 2024 Jeep® Wagoneer have clinched top honors in the prestigious PARENTS Best Family Cars Awards for 2024.

The recognition highlights the exceptional qualities of both vehicles, which cater to the diverse needs of modern families. Notably, both models have been praised for their rear-seat monitoring cameras, providing caregivers with added peace of mind while on the road.

2024 Chrysler Pacifica Touring L Hybrid Road Tripper. (Chrysler).

The Chrysler Pacifica boasts an array of family-friendly features, including the innovative FamCAM interior camera, which offers a bird’s-eye view of rear-facing child-seat occupants. With the most standard safety features in its segment and available all-wheel-drive capability, the Pacifica ensures both safety and versatility for families on the go. Additionally, its integration of Amazon Fire TV into the Uconnect Theater System sets a new standard for in-car entertainment.

On the other hand, the Jeep Wagoneer stands tall in the large SUV market, offering spacious seating for up to eight passengers and best-in-class overall passenger volume. Its advanced technology suite, featuring the award-winning rear seat monitoring camera and the state-of-the-art Uconnect 5 system, enhances comfort and convenience for all occupants. Moreover, with best-in-class towing capability and legendary 4×4 capability, the Wagoneer exemplifies versatility and rugged performance.

2024 Jeep® Wagoneer Series II Carbide. (Jeep).

Both vehicles represent the forefront of automotive innovation, embodying the values of safety, comfort, and convenience that are paramount to modern families. Their recognition by PARENTS underscores their ability to meet the evolving needs of caregivers and families alike, cementing their status as top choices in the competitive family vehicle market.

For more information on the PARENTS Best Family Cars Awards 2024 and to explore the full list of honorees, visit Parents.com.

Robert S. Miller

Robert S. Miller is a diehard Mopar enthusiast who lives and breathes all that is Mopar. The Michigander is not only the Editor for MoparInsiders.com, 5thGenRams.com, and HDRams.com but an automotive photographer. He is an avid fan of offshore powerboat racing, which he travels the country to take part in.

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We never received the Panda or any Panda type vehicle from Fiat in North America. I would like to see the city car and the pickup truck. Hopefully the pickup will be closer to the Strada in production form. These vehicles should be a great fit for mobility services and I hope Fiat engages with those fleet customers. I would like to see some of this Fiat thinking offered here.

For the power-train I would like to see both battery electric and hybrids. Electric city cars work well in the urban environment. A hybrid would be better for less population-dense locations. The 1.5 liter SGE with the Magna 48V hybrid dual clutch transaxle drive train now used in Europe would work well here with enough electric creep.

The video talked of relevance. Until Fiat expands their lineup with vehicles like Panda and Strada in the USA, relevance will remain an elusive goal. Those vehicles as currently offered are not marketable here due to logistics, compliance and size issues. Except for the logistics of getting these products to our shore, the future lineup addresses the other challenges.

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Wow. No way Italians sculpted this mess. They all look like gas grills with four large wheels.

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Love the Panda, would be a better city car for Americans then the 500. Packaging is incredible.

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