The 2017 Chrysler Pacifica will be more expensive than the Chrysler Town & Country it replaces, with prices starting at $45,740 in Canada, equivalent to $34,222 USD at the time of writing.
According to The Windsor Star, the 2017 Pacifica will also be available in three trim levels: entry-level ‘Touring L’, mid-range ‘Touring L Plus’ and top-of-the-line ‘Limited’. The Touring L Plus trim will cost $48,740 ($36,467 USD) while Limited trim will bump the price up to $54,740 ($40,956 USD).
Production of the 2017 Pacifica began late last month at Fiat Chrysler’s Windsor Assembly plant in Windsor, Ontario, Canada. The standard Pacifica is currently the only model in production, with the more efficient Pacifica Hybrid with its 16 kWh battery pack entering production later this year.
Official U.S. pricing for the 2017 Pacifica has yet to be announced. Pricing for the Pacifica Hybrid, which will be more expensive than the standard van, has also not yet been divulged.