The Priciest 2021 Chrysler Pacifica Minivan Now Pushes $55,000(!)
Car buyers won’t hesitate to shell out over $ 50,000 for a luxury SUV. But for some reason, the thought of paying the same amount for a van can be a tough pill to swallow. When filled with options, today’s minivans can easily fetch up to $ 50,000 or more – and believe it or not, they sell. The 2021 Chrysler Pacifica’s new Pinnacle trim level is the latest to push the van’s price envelope with its starting price just under $ 55,000.
The Pinnacle sits above the previous top of the line, the already chic Limited version, and is priced at $ 54,885. For comparison, the most expensive Honda Odyssey, the 2021 Odyssey Elite, starts at $ 48,940. Pricing has yet to be announced for the 2021 Toyota Sienna all-hybrid lineup, but the outgoing 2020 Sienna Limited Premium AWD started at $ 50,590.
For the Pinnacle’s nearly $ 55,000 sticker price, you get standard all-wheel drive (a new option for 2021 for the Pacifica lineup), quilted caramel nappa leather seats, lumbar pillows for the captain’s seats. second row, an exclusive center console design with caramel contrast stitching and two-tier storage, a unique dashboard with mid-century Timber Hydro faux wood frames, black suede headliner, and trim and fittings interior in satin chrome. On the outside, the Pinnacle stands out with its unique 20-inch wheels, grille surround, moldings and crest, all finished in platinum chrome.
The 2021 Chrysler Pacifica Pinnacle AWD builds on the Limited’s equipment list with a standard Safety Sphere package, which includes a 360-degree camera and ParkSense parallel / perpendicular park assist and front park assist . FamCam, Chrysler’s answer to Honda’s CabinWatch, comes standard with a Uconnect Theater rear entertainment system and a 19-speaker Harman-Kardon sound system. The Pinnacle trim level is also available on the front-wheel-drive Pacifica Hybrid only starting at $ 52,340.
Of course, you don’t have to go into buying a Chrysler minivan. The 2021 Chrysler Voyager, the economy version of the Pacifica that doesn’t get an exterior refresh – which means it looks the same as the ’20 Pacifica – starts at just $ 28,730. At that price, you get third-row Stow ‘n Go seats (but not folding second-row seats), a 7.0-inch touchscreen infotainment system with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, and Active safety available like Automatic Pedestrian Emergency Braking and Forward Collision Warning-Plus.
The 2021 Chrysler Pacifica Touring starts at $ 36,540, while the upgraded Touring L is priced at $ 39,640. The Pacifica’s new AWD feature is a $ 2,995 option on both versions. The Limited trim starts at $ 49,885 and includes standard all-wheel drive when fitted with the 287-horsepower 3.6-liter Pentastar V6. Opt for the Limited Hybrid plug-in, however, and the starting price drops to $ 47,340.
The cheapest 2021 Chrysler Pacifica Hybrid is the Touring model, which starts at $ 41,490. As before, the Pacifica Hybrid delivers 260 horsepower combined with its 3.6-liter V6 engine and dual electric motors, as well as 30 miles of fully electric range on a fully charged battery. The Pacifica Hybrid has a total range of over 500 miles, although the trade-off is to lose the option of second-row Stow ‘n Go seats and all-wheel drive.
2021 Chrysler Pacifica and Voyager pricing
- Voyager L: $ 28,730
- Voyager LX: $ 31,540
- Pacifica Touring: $ 36,540 (add $ 2,995 for all-wheel drive)
- Pacifica Touring L: $ 39,640 (add $ 2,995 for all-wheel drive)
- Pacifica Touring Hybrid: $ 41,490
- Pacifica Touring L Hybrid: $ 43,790
- Pacifica Limited Hybrid: $ 47,340
- Pacifica Limited (AWD only): 49885
- Pacifica Pinnacle Hybrid: $ 52,340
- Pacifica Pinnacle (AWD only): $ 54,855
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