How Does the Chrysler Pacifica Maintain Traction in Poor Weather?

The minivan is family oriented. The Chrysler Pacifica is no exception to that simple concept. Whole families travel roads in minivans regardless of the weather. Protecting families during poor driving conditions was on the minds of Chrysler engineers when the included an upgraded traction control system.

The traction control system uses sensors and solenoids to inform the driving computer how poor driving conditions are affecting the car’s grip on the road. The computer gathers information from tire spin, transmission dispersion of power, and other key statistics that may indicate that the Chrysler Pacifica is slipping, sliding, or hydroplaning. In the Pacifica, the traction control program analyzes the speed of every tire and adjusts transmission power to that tire in the event of slippage.

See how traction control provides peace of mind when driving in poor conditions at Brickner’s of Antigo in Antigo, WI.

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