Six years ago, Chrysler introduced its all-new Pacifica minivan, replacing the long-running Town & Country line, and also launched the industry’s first gas-electric minivan, the Pacifica Hybrid.
It is a plug-in model, which can be charged externally and can travel up to 30 miles on a single charge, using just the battery.
For 2022, the Pacifica returned with a choice of four gasoline-only trim levels and three hybrid versions.
Last year brought several updates to the Pacifica, including more athletic exterior styling, new infotainment and interior comfort features, as well as performance and range changes.
Changes for 2021 included the addition of the Pacifica Touring, Touring L and the new top-of-the-line Pinnacle AWD with all-wheel drive, as well as the new Pinnacle Hybrid version.
Gas-only front-wheel drive Pacifica models for 2022 start with the Touring ($37,095), available only with front-wheel drive; followed by the Touring L ($41,098; Limited ($49,172) and Pinnacle ($54,167).