Before the 2017 Chrysler Pacifica was even released, it was already making waves in the auto industry. Now that the minivan is released, consumers are raving about the minivan’s technology and convenience features. While there are already so many things to like about the Pacifica, Chrysler decided to take it one step further by offering another trim level on the vehicle. Now that the Touring Plus is here, you may be wondering where it falls in the lineup, and what other trim levels are available on the model. Keep on reading for more information!
What trims and features are on the Pacifica?
The 2017 Chrysler Pacifica is now available in six different trim levels. The following are the trims and the key features of each:
LX | The base trim of the Pacifica offers drivers either seven- or eight-passenger seating, Stow ‘n Go seating, an active noise cancellation system, and a ParkView® Rear Back Up Camera.
Touring | The Touring trim will give drivers access to automatic headlamps, passive entry doors, power-sliding side doors, and SiriusXM® Satellite Radio (12-month subscription).
Touring Plus (NEW!) | The Touring Plus trim offers upgraded exterior lighting, a three-zone automatic temperature controller, a power liftgate, a premium fascia, and a free DVD player, when drivers order 18-inch wheels and the 8.4-inch Uconnect touchscreen system.
Touring-L | Drivers who choose the Touring-L configuration will gain access to features like leather-trimmed seats, a power liftgate, heated seats (in the front row), and three-zone automatic temperature control.
Touring-L Plus | Choosing the Touring-L Plus will give drivers access to a Uconnect® Theatre, a 13-Speaker Alpine® Audio System, an 8.4-inch Touchscreen, and heated front and rear seating.
Limited | Drivers who opt for the Chrysler Pacifica Limited will have access to features like Premium Nappa Leather-Trimmed Seats, a Hands Free Sliding Door and Liftgate, a Sto ‘n Vac™, and a panoramic sunroof.
Will the Chrysler Pacifica offer self-driving technology?
It’s no secret that technology is advancing in today’s auto world, but some brands are a bit ahead of the curve. Fiat-Chrysler Automobiles (FCA) recently teamed up with a company called Waymo to try and advance into the self-driving universe. The 2017 Chrysler Pacifica was the model that FCA and Waymo are using to test the technology, and it is expected that we could see the model offer self-driving in the near future. If you’re curious to learn more about this collaboration, keep on reading!