Chrysler rolled into the first day of the 2020 Chicago Auto Show with a thoroughly refreshed Pacifica minivan for 2021. The new model arrives with an updated look, available all-wheel drive across all four gas-powered trims, and an all-new Pinnacle luxury trim.
Chrysler will offer the Pacifica in four trims: Touring, Touring L, Limited, and Pinnacle. All four receive an updated front and rear fascia. The grille, headlights, and front bumper wear new styling with "utility-vehicle-inspired design cues." At the rear, the taillights now span the full width of the Pacifica. Seventeen- to 20-inch wheels are available.
Surfing The Pacifica:
Inside, Chrysler packages its new Uconnect 5 inside a giant 10.1-inch infotainment touchscreen, which is nearly 20-percent larger than the previous screen. It offers home screen personalization, Amazon Alexa, and access to Chrysler's FamCAM that can give parents a peek into a rear-facing child seat in the second-row seats. Wireless Apple CarPlay and Android Auto are also available, including up to 12 Type A and Type C USB charging ports, depending on the trim and selected packages.
The Pinnacle trim is a step above the Limited with its Nappa leather seats, second-row captain's chair pillows, and Chrysler's new Ultra center console. The new console repositions the armrests from the seat to the console itself while providing even more storage than before – 13.64 liters. The Pinnacle model also adds second-row floor storage, too.
Gallery: 2021 Chrysler Pacifica
Also new for the 2021 Pacifica is all-wheel drive, which is still available with Chrysler's Stow 'n Go seating. It's capable of sending all the power to the rear wheels – or the wheel(s) with the most traction – and can completely disengage when not needed. Standard are 235/60-R18 Michelin Premier All-season tires for 18-inch wheels for AWD-equipped models while the 20-inch wheels are offered with optional Pirelli self-sealing tires, though these larger wheels will have late availability. Non-self-sealing Falken tires are also available for the 20-inch wheels.
Power still comes from Chrylser’s Pentastar 3.6-liter V6 making 287 horsepower (214 kilowatts) and 262 pound-feet (355 newton-meters) of torque. The Pacifica hybrid – now a powertrain option instead of a trim – offers more than 30 miles of all-electric range and a total range of more than 400 miles.
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Order books for the 2021 Chrysler Pacifica open in the third quarter of this year with deliveries happening in the fourth quarter. However, those wanting all-wheel drive can get the 2020 Chrysler Pacifica AWD Launch Edition that can be ordered in the second quarter of this year with deliveries happening shortly thereafter.
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