Chrysler has given a glimpse of what’s coming for the 2022 model year. In fact, the most important change to the Pacifica range, not including the Voyager and Pacifica Hybrid, is in addition to a front-wheel-drive model to the Limited and top Pinnacle trims. Both are now available only with all-wheel drive at this moment. Moreover, this will change will lower their MSRPs when next year’s models do arrive on the lots. There are a few price increases, however, so the savings won’t be as large as one might wish.
Chrysler Pacifica Price Range
The pricing for the range for the Chrysler Pacifica includes the $1,495 destination charge, and the increase compared to 2021, is: Pacific Touring: $38,160 ($845); The Pacifica Touring L: $41,785 ($1,170); Pacifica Towing L AWD: $44,780 ($1,170); Pacifica Limited FWD: $49,815 (new for 2022, $495 less expensive than the 2021 Limited AWD); The Pacifica Limited AWD: $52,410 ($2,100); Pacifica Pinnacle FWD: $54,270 (new for 2022, $1,320 less expansive than the 2021 Pinnacle AWD) and Pacifica Pinnacle AWD: $56,865 ($1,275).
Minivans – Rear Seat Reminder Safety Alert, Filtration System
The Chrysler Pacifica minivans, across the range, do get a rear-seat reminder safety alert. Moreover, the Stellantis Clean Air Filtration System does act like the minivan’s wearing an N95 mask. It does capture 95% of particulates in the air that include bacteria, allergens, and pollen. Moreover, it does look like Chrysler Pacifica is going to start charging for certain exterior colors on a reduced palette. All ten colors are free. Then, next year, there will be seven. Only Bright White, Brilliant Black, and Ceramic Grey are going to be available at no charge. Then the Granite Crystal and the new Silver Mist, which does replace Billet Silver, will cost $95. And Fathom Blue and Velvet Red is going to cost $395.