The 2017 Chrysler Pacifica has begun to leave Fiat Chrysler’s Windsor Assembly plant in Windsor, Ontario and is en route to various Chrysler dealers across the United States.
On Wednesday, FCA hosted the largest-ever “drive away,” event in the company’s history, amassing more than 200 2017 Pacificas at the Palace of Auburn Hills in Michigan and driving them to dealers all over the state.
“The Chrysler Pacifica is the new benchmark in minivan style, design, safety, efficiency, entertainment and functionality,” said FCA passenger car brand boss Tim Kuniskis. “Now, customers can experience the Pacifica at their local dealership and see why we believe it’s the perfect vehicle for the modern family.”
FCA says the Windsor Assembly Plant began production of the 2017 Pacifica on February 29th. Michigan-area dealers will be the first to receive the highly anticipated minivan, with the vehicle arriving at out-of-state dealers throughout the month of May.
The 2017 Pacifica starts at $28,995 in the U.S. before $995 in destination. The 2017 Pacifica Hybrid will join the lineup later this year, however pricing and availability info on the plug-in model is not yet available.