There's a third model at Chrysler. Sort of. Anyway, see our take on how Chrysler should revive the brand here.
A Red S Appearance Package is a small addition to the palette, with black wheels, red badge inserts and an available red interior. Three new colors are offered on all models: Amethyst, Frostbite and Canyon Sunset (a bronzy deep red).
A new red version of the S Appearance Package, called... Red S Appearance Package. It has red leather seats with grey stitching, a "Red S" badge on the rear and blacked out wheels and Chrysler winged badges. Also included are Uconnect theatre with twin displays and custom entertainment in the rear, trailer towing (non-Hybrid) and a three piece panoramic sunroof.
Pacifica Hybrid models now have a honeycomb grille.
Dual-pane panoramic sunroof is now available on all models, including 8-passenger models.
Touring L and Touring L Plus include standard driver memory seats.
Hybrid Limited includes one-touch windows front and rear.
Pacifica Touring is now the entry-level model as L and LX are no more, but keep reading...
Look familiar? Of course, this is simply a variant of the Pacifica van, simplified to hold down costs. The chrome side spear is gone, the fascia and lower grille is smaller and simpler. Fewer choices and less luxury equipment. The missing Pacifica trim levels can be found here: L and LX! An LXi variant is also offered, but only to fleet buyers.
The engine is the same: 3.6-liter Pentastar V6 with 287 horsepower, running through a 9-speed automatic driving the front wheels.
Only seven passengers are accommodated, except on that fleet only LXi, which can be ordered with eight passenger seating.
If you're old enough to drive, you've seen this before. From 2001 to 2003, Chrysler sold a less expensive Voyager, but then it was second fiddle to the Town & Country. And of course the Plymouth Voyager was one of the two original minivans in 1984 along with the Dodge Caravan. What's strange is that Dodge will continue to sell the previous generation Grand Caravan into the foreseeable future.
What is not available on the Voyager that is offered on the Pacifica: Plug-In Hybrid powertrain, 8-passenger seating, Stow-n-Go second-row seats, 18-inch and 20-inch wheels, compact inflatable spare, power rear doors, power liftgate, power front passenger seat, memory driver's seat, ventilated front seats, heated second-row seats, automatic climate control, navigation computer, Homelink, Lane Departure Warning, Adaptive Cruise Control, Forward Collision Warning with automatic braking.