Chrysler has announced pricing for its redesign Pacifica minivan.
At its base, the LX model will cost $29,590 including destination, putting it slightly cheaper than comparable Honda Odyssey and Toyota Sienna models. Moving to the other end of the spectrum, the most expensive Pacifica costs $43,490, roughly $2,000 cheaper than fully loaded Sienna and Odyssey models.
Content on the base LX model includes a power driver’s seat, six-speaker sound system, first-row one-touch up/down windows, second-row power windows, backup camera, passive entry, halogen headlamps, 17-inch aluminum wheels and capless fuel filler.
In the middle of the range, pricing starts at $31,490 for the Touring model, which adds SiriusXM satellite radio, power sliding doors, passive entry on all doors and automatic headlamps.
The Touring-L model sells for $35,490 and adds a number of comfort-focused features, like leather seats, heated first-row seats, remote start, three-zone automatic climate control, fog lamps, chrome trim accents and power liftgate. A safety package is also include which adds blind-spot monitoring, rear cross path detection and rear park assist.
A Touring-L Plus model is also available with a heated steering wheel, a 7-inch driver information screen, heated second row seats, an upgraded stereo system and a rear-seat entertainment system.
Of course the fully loaded Limited model gets all the goodies, including a built-in vacuum, ventilated front seats, HID headlamps and more.
FCA plans to continue building the Dodge Grand Caravan as is it into 2017 to make sure the cheap end or the market is taken care of.
The V6-powered Pacifica will hit showrooms in Spring of 2016 while the plug-in hybrid version is expected to arrive in the second half of 2016. Pricing for the hybrid was not announced.
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