This year, the Chrysler company announced that their Voyager model will transition into a fleet-only version for 2022, while its standard Pacifica is getting a spike in its price for the upcoming model year. These vehicles will experience some gains and losses in their equipment, but what’s getting a serious change is the Pacifica Hybrid. The car blog, Mopar Insiders got the scoop regarding information about the automaker’s pricing for the changes made to the lineup, with the most significant one being the Pacifica’s overall range. According to the site, this model and option rationalizations seriously lessened its previous 3,550 combinations to just 53. While that still outranks the Honda Odyssey seven variants, it now lags behind Toyota’s Sienna 206.
No changes will be made to the minivan’s 3.6-liter Pentastar V6 and its eFlite variable transmission, nor does the fact that it can’t implement all-wheel-drive.
Additions that can be included, however, include a new reminder for the rear seats, along with a Clear Air Filtration system that parent company Stellantis is applying in all of its models. 95% of particulates is captured by this filtration system, including bacteria, allergens, and pollen. The color palette also mirrors the non-hybrid version of the minivan, with the elimination of 10 free colors, to only three free ones of the seven. These free colors include Bright White, Brilliant Black, and Ceramic Grey. Billet Silver will be swapped out for Granite Crystal and the new Silver Mist for $95, with Fathom Blue and Velvet Red priced at $395.
The AWD option on the regular Pacifica touring got the boot and the Hybrid’s Touring trim also received its pink slip. As a matter of fact, this change has already been implemented for the end of this year. In turn, this means that the Touring L has become the new base trim. It also makes the 2021’s available $995 Safety Sphere Group a standard for the following year; This involves features such as ParkSense for front, parallel, and perpendicular parking, and a 360-degree surround-view camera. Alternatively, the roof rack and side sunshades will become options rather than standards. Mopar Insiders says that 2022’s MSRP will be $48,255, (plus destination fee). This brings the starting price of the upcoming Pacifica to an increase of $1,840.
The 2022 Limited trim will tack on the $1,895 Premium and Safety Sphere Group on the side of standard gear, which means buyers will be awarded with the aforementioned parking technologies, together with a 19-speaker Harman Kardon audio system with a 760-watt amplifier. At the same time, this trim will do away with its three-pane sunroof in favor of a dual-pane one, as well as the retirement of the sunshades on the side. Mopar also says that the next year’s Limited will be priced at $52,155, (plus destination fee), an extra charge of $2,615.
The Pinnacle will also get improvements like standard Amazon FireTV for the Theater Group. It is worth noting, however, that the manufacturer did transition the standard wireless headphones to an optional feature. The tri-pane sunroof also creates room for the dual-pane unit. It’s reported that the highest-trim will have a starting price of $56,435, (plus destination fee).
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When the time comes to purchase your new 2022 Pacifica Hybrid, be sure to do it at Miami Lakes Automall. We sell various types of vehicles from the company, including the Pacifica models. Those who are interested in any of Chrysler’s vehicles can simply view our online new car inventory and chat with a representative for further assistance.
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