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Updated 2021 Chrysler Pacifica Priced From $35,045 In The US, $44,795 In Canada

Along with the rebadged Chrysler Voyager (old Pacifica), the new Chrysler minivan duo has a version for everyone.


  • The anticipated AWD version begins at $38,040 US, $48,295 in Canada.

  • Pacifica Pinnacle Hybrid starts at $50,845 US, $59,995 in Canada.

  • Top-trim Pinnacle AWD priced at $53,390 US, $65,795 in Canada .


While not entirely accurate as a statement, 2020 is turning into the year of the minivan. We say this as all minivans offered in North America have been revamped this year, including the Chrysler Pacifica.

For the 2021 model year, the Pacifica gets a facelift, among many other upgrades. Back in action are the 3.6-litre V6 and the PHEV but now, non-hybrid versions can be optionally equipped with AWD.

Chrysler Pacifica
2021 Chrysler Pacifica – Chrysler

Included in the base $35,040 ($44,795 CDN) Pacifica Touring is now more kit than ever, including a considerable bump in safety features such as blind-spot monitoring, adaptive cruise control, forward collision warning, and more. One of the highlights is without a doubt the introduction of Uconnect 5, accessible through the standard 10.1-inch touchscreen. As well, it gets a 7-inch driver information display, USB-C ports, Stow “n Go seating, power sliding door and power hatch, and loads more. With the L, AWD adds $2,995 ($3,500 CDN) for a total of $38,040 ($48,295 CDN). The Touring Hybrid is priced at $39,995 ($53,995 CDN).

The $38,145 Touring L boasts McKinley perforated leather seats, heated front seats and steering wheel, third-row sunshades, and more. With AWD, pricing jumps to $41,140 and the Hybrid goes for $42,295. In Canada, the Touring L begins at $47,795, with AWD, it’s priced at $51,295. A Touring L Plus, unique to Canada, adds navigation, an Alpine audio system, and more at starts at $50,295, with AWD $53,795, and the Hybrid is $54,995.

From the Limited on, the sub-versions are Hybrid ($45,845/$57,995 CDN) or AWD ($48,390/$59,795 CDN). In Canada, a FWD version is available for $56,295. Included is a premium console with dual-level storage, navigation, wireless charging, Alpine audio system, Nappa leather seats, ventilated seats, sunroof 18-inch wheels, and more.

2021 Chrysler Pacifica – Chrysler

At the very top is the aptly-named Pinnacle. The Hybrid starts at $50,845 ($59,995 CDN) while the AWD is $53,390 ($65,795 CDN). Here too, Canada gets a FWD version which is priced from $62,295. They get Caramel quilted and perforated Nappa leather seats, 2nd-row captain seats, interior wood trim, black suede headliner and a Piano Black finish, a new FamCAM interior camera system, Harman Kardon premium audio, 20-inch wheels, and more.

The 2021 Chrysler Pacifica and Voyager will arrive in dealerships in the fourth quarter of 2020.

2021 Chrysler Pacifica – Chrysler

2021 Chrysler Pacifica – Chrysler

2021 Chrysler Pacifica – Chrysler

 

 

 

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