Chrysler reveals pricing details for the 2017 Pacifica people-carrier

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The third largest US automaker has recently reported on the pricing details for the 2017 Pacifica, kicking off at dealerships across the United States from $28,595 when sales start this spring.

The model doesn’t follow the usual trend of hiking up prices when the new generation appears, as it’s $1,400 less than the outgoing Chrysler Town & Country and still packing numerous amenities such as a power driver’s seat, power windows, and an Active Noise Cancellation system, the appreciated Stow ‘n Go seating system, a rearview camera, and 17-inch aluminum wheels. The only powertrain option for now is the 3.6-liter Pentastar V6 that packs 287 horsepower and 262 pound-feet of torque, linked to a nine-speed automatic transmission that will deliver a fuel economy of 18 miles per gallon city, 28 mpg highway, and 22 mpg combined. The higher-spec Pacifica Touring will go from $30,495 and adds more standard equipment such as a passive entry system, automatic headlights and power sliding doors. The mid-trim Pacifica Touring-L kicks off at $34,495 and comes with even more standard equipment: fog lights, a power liftgate, more chrome trim, heated front seats, leather upholstery, and a tri-zone automatic climate control system. There are also numerous safety and assistance systems: blind-spot monitor, rear park assist, and a rear cross path detection system, among others.

Go for the Pacifica Touring-L Plus starting at $37,895 and you’ll be rewarded with a heated steering wheel, a power passenger seat, and a 13-speaker Alpine audio system. Drivers will also find a digital instrument cluster, heated second row seats, and an Uconnect infotainment system with an 8.4-inch display. The top of the line $42,495 Pacifica Limited comes with HID headlamps, LED fog lamps, a panoramic glass sunroof, Nappa leather seats, ventilated front seats, and power third-row seats. Other niceties include the Stow ‘n Vac vacuum or the standard navi system.