Chrysler introduced the facelifted Pacifica earlier this year, updated styling, new features, a new trim level, and expanded all-wheel-drive availability. Chrysler has finally announced starting MSRP for all Pacifica trim levels.
The pacifica entry-level price increases by $1,000 compared to the 2020 model.
Kicking things off is the entry-level Pacifica Touring which has 14 newly standard safety features including adaptive cruise control, automatic high beam headlights, forward collision warning, lane departure warning and pedestrian automatic emergency braking. The model also sports LED lighting units, power sliding doors and a power liftgate.
Inside, drivers will find a new 10.1-inch Uconnect 5 infotainment system and a soft-touch instrument panel with accent stitching. The model also has eight-way power front seats, a tri-zone automatic climate control system, second-row sunshades and a 7-inch driver information display. There’s also seven-person interior with Stow ‘n Go seats.
Power comes from a 3.6-liter Pentastar V6 engine that produces 287 hp (214 kW / 291 PS) and 262 lb-ft (355 Nm) of torque. For an extra $2,995 customers can add all-wheel drive.
Buyers can also opt for a plug-in hybrid variant which starts at $39,995 and has a 3.6-liter V6 engine, two electric motors and a 16 kWh battery pack. This gives the van a combined output of 260 hp (194 kW / 264 PS) and an electric-only range in excess of 30 miles (48 km).
The Pacifica Limited begins at $45,845 and comes standard with the plug-in hybrid powertrain. However, customers can also opt for the all-wheel drive variant which retails for $48,390.
Regardless of which powertrain is selected, the van comes nicely equipped with Nappa leather seats, a wireless smartphone charger and a 13-speaker Alpine premium audio system. Buyers will also find ventilated front seats, a sunroof, GPS navigation and a premium center console. Other goodies include power folding mirrors as well as a hands-free function for the sliding doors and liftgate.
The range-topping Pacifica Pinnacle is new for 2021 and it’s billed as a “luxurious living room on wheels.” It features Caramel Nappa leather seats with quilted bolsters and perforated inserts. There are also second-row captain’s chairs with pillows featuring an embossed Chrysler logo.
Elsewhere, the model has a special center console, piano black trim and wood accents. Other highlights include berber floor mats, a suede headliner and 20-inch wheels. The van also has a rear seat entertainment system, platinum chrome exterior accents, a FamCAM interior camera and an extensive list of driver assistance systems.
The hybrid variant starts at $50,845 and the all-wheel drive model will set you back $53,390.