Pricing for the 2021 Chrysler Pacifica has been announced: from $36,540 to over $54,885. Deliveries begin later this year.
All-wheel drive is available now for all Pacifica models: it is standard on the Limited and Pinnacle trim levels and is a $2995 option on the Touring and Touring L. The 2020 Pacifica offered AWD only for the Launch edition.
The entry-level Touring costs from $36,540 for 2021. This is a $1000 price increase over the 2020 model. Chrysler adds a new Uconnect 5 infotainment system with a 10.1-inch touchscreen as standard for the base model, and a number of safety features.
The top end vehicle is the luxurious Chrysler Pacifica Pinnacle AWD now, starts at $54,885. It brings upscale materials, such us special Nappa leather, suede, wood trim; adds a Safety Sphere Package.
This suite includes a 360° camera, parallel/perpendicular/ front park assist, a FamCam interior camera, a 19-speaker Harman/Kardon auto system (a 20-speaker one on the hybrid).
The entry-level hybrid Pacifica starts at $41,490, the Pinnacle hybrid costs $52,340. A hybrid variant comes for all grades.
The model retains the same powertrains for the 2021 model year, namely a 3.6-liter 287-hp 6-cylinder engine and a 9-speed AT, while the hybrid comes with the 3.6-liter V6, two electric motors and a 16.0-kWh lithium-ion battery, the output is 260 hp.
The 2021 Chrysler Pacifica offers a gentle ride and an extensive features list with family-friendly options, like a built-in vacuum cleaner, for example. In addition, it boasts thrifty mpg estimates and versatile cargo hold. But firm rear seats and a subpar predicted reliability rating hold it back.