Chrysler has sliced and diced the lineup for its 2022 Pacifica Hybrid minivan.
The popular van, which was tough to find on dealer lots for much of 2021, sees far fewer configurations for 2022 as Chrysler and other automakers react to the ongoing computer chip shortage.
While Chrysler hasn’t announced pricing for the 2022 Pacifica Hybrid lineup, MoparInsiders.com reports that the vans start at $48,255, including a mandatory $1,495 destination charge. That’s a $1,800 price hike compared to the 2021 model, and it follows in the tire tracks of the non-hybrid Pacifica. Previously optional parking sensors and a surround-view camera system are standard, though a roof rack and rear side sunshades have been dropped from the base feature set.
Autotrader has reached out to Chrysler for pricing confirmation.
The Limited trim level now runs $52,155, including as standard equipment a previously optional Harman/Kardon audio upgrade, parking sensors, and surround-view camera system. Overhead, the Limited loses a previously standard third sunroof panel over the third-row seats.
Finally, the range-topping Pacifica Hybrid Pinnacle is said to climb $450 to $56,435. It adds Amazon FireTV to its rear-seat entertainment system but loses the third sunroof glass panel and wireless headphones.
Like the standard Pacifica, the hybrid version now sees up-charges of between $95 and $395 for certain paint colors that were previously no-cost options. See Chrysler Pacifica models for sale