Need a new minivan? The recently debuted 2017 Chrysler Pacifica might just be the right place to start., especially given its much-improved fuel economy. Now, Chrysler just revealed how much the new kiddie-hauler will cost.
If you want nothing more than basic kid-friendly transportation, the Pacifica LX is the cheapest of the Pacifica lineup, coming in at $29,590, including destination. Although it is the base model, the LX still packs the ever-popular Stow ‘n Go seats, Bluetooth connectivity, and keyless entry.
Add $1,900 to the price, and you hop up to the $31,490 Pacifica Touring. This adds satellite radio, power-sliding doors, and automatic headlamps.
The big change is the Pacifica Touring-L, which includes leather seats, heated first-row seats, remote start, automatic climate control, projector headlamps, a power liftgate, and a host of safety systems, including parking sensors and blind spot monitoring. Adding the “L” suffix to the Touring will add a not-insignificant $4,000, up to a grand total of $35,490.
Next, the 2017 Chrysler Pacifica Touring-L Plus includes a suite of entertainment and convenience features for a $3,400 bump, up to a total price of $38,890. For that extra cash, you get a rear-seat entertainment system, a seven-inch driver information display, a heated steering wheel, heated second-row seats, and a power-assisted Stow ‘n Go passenger-side rear seat.
Finally, for the big spenders, Chrysler offers the Pacifica in Limited trim, which includes Nappa leather seating, a power third-row, memory front seats, an integrated vacuum, and a panoramic sunroof.
No pricing information is available for the Pacifica Hybrid, but look for that info to come soon.
The 2017 Chrysler Pacifica will hit dealer lots this spring, with the hybrid made available in the second half of 2016.