Pricing for the popular 2022 Chrysler Pacifica minivan lineup has made its way online, and all versions see several additional standard features matched by hiked prices across the lineup.
Every Pacifica this year adds a more advanced air filtration system for their HVAC systems, plus a rear-seat reminder safety alert system. Additionally, Chrysler will now charge between $95 and $395 for three paint colors that were previously no-cost options.
Pricing for hybrid versions hasn’t been made public, but here’s a look at what to expect for Pacifica minivans with the standard 3.6-liter V6 engine:
The 2022 Pacifica range now starts at $38,160 for the base Touring, an $845 increase from last year, including a $1,495 destination charge that’s mandatory on all models. Dropped from the range is the base Pacifica Touring with all-wheel drive.
Next up is the Touring L, which includes heated leather seats up front, leather in the second row, and a larger center console. Touring L also adds front and rear parking sensors and a surround-view camera system to its roster for $41,785 (plus $2,995 for all-wheel drive).
The Limited swaps in hands-free access to its power liftgate and sliding side doors, a vacuum, a panoramic moonroof, and upgraded leather seats cooled up front and heated in row two. It now includes previously optional Harman/Kardon audio and parking sensors, and a front-wheel-drive version has been added to the lineup. The Pacifica Limited starts at $49,815 with front-wheel drive or $52,410 with all-wheel drive.
The range-topping Pinnacle tosses in upgraded second-row seats (which unfortunately lose their ability to tuck into the floorboards to create a flat, wide-open cargo area), plus 20-inch wheels, a trailer hitch, a different center console, rear-seat entertainment with Amazon FireTV, and a camera that broadcasts the second and third rows to the main screen in the dash. The Pinnacle also added a front-wheel-drive version this year, and it now starts at $54,270. See Chrysler Pacifica models for sale