Next up is the Pacifica Touring Plus, which starts at $34,340. The Touring Plus gets three-zone automatic climate control, foglights, LED taillights, remote start, power-sliding rear doors, a power liftgate, an extra USB port, and chrome trim.
The Touring Plus is the first trim to open up the Pacifica’s main packages. The first is the S Appearance Package ($795), which adds 18-inch rims and blacked-out body elements. Next is the Advanced SafetyTec Group ($995), which includes a surround-view camera, a larger driver information display, adaptive cruise control, automatic emergency braking, automatic high beams, forward collision warning, lane departure warning, front and rear parking assist, and rain-sensing wipers.
For the interior, a Cold Weather Group ($495) adds heated front seats and a heated, leather-wrapped steering wheel. Finally, the UConnect Theater with Wireless Streaming package ($2,395) stretches the infotainment screen to 8.4 inches and adds seatback video screens, a variety of video and charging ports, a BluRay/DVD player, a 115-volt outlet, and a power-adjustable passenger seat.
The Touring Plus is also the first to get a towing package, which is a simple hitch rated to 3,600 pounds and costs $995. Other than fancier rims and tires, the only notable option addition is navigation, which comes with the larger infotainment screen, for $895.