With the decontented Voyager minivan discontinued, Chrysler is back to producing just a pair of vehicles. The brand’s volume seller is easily the manufacturer’s other minivan, the Pacifica. Available with a traditional gasoline engine or a plug-in hybrid drivetrain, the Pacifica is one of the best selling vehicles in the small minivan segment.
Chrysler’s other, and more traditional offering is the full-size 300 sedan. Available with a V6 or V8 engine, the large sedan’s days are numbered as parent company Stellantis pivots towards a greener future. For its final year, the 300C returns with a 6.4-liter V8.
Those worried about the manufacturer’s future fear not, Chrysler is not being put out to pasture. A new concept car unveiled last year called the AirFlow hints at Chrysler’s all electric future. The first fully electric vehicle is expected in two years time with the entire lineup being battery powered by 2028.