2017 Chrysler Pacifica Adds Value-Oriented Touring Plus Trim

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, Automotive Editor - April 28, 2017

Fighting for more minivan sales, the Chrysler Pacifica gains a new model featuring a range of popular options at a competitive price.

The new Touring Plus trim sits ahead of the popular Touring model, adding common features such as a power liftgate, three-zone automatic climate control, second and third-row sunshades, garage door opener, and an upgraded grille with fog lamps.

Options on the Touring Plus include a spare tire kit ($320), towing package ($995), and the SafetyTec Group with parking sensors and blind spot monitoring ($995). Chrysler is offering buyers who opt for either the 18-inch wheels or navigation-capable 8.4-inch touchscreen ($695) a no-charge DVD entertainment system on the Touring Plus.

The starting price is $32,360, before a $1,095 destination charge, which puts the Pacifica Touring Plus in competition with the similarly equipped 2017 Honda Odyssey EX and Toyota Sienna LE.

Through March, the Pacifica is the third-best selling minivan in the US, after the Dodge Grand Caravan and Toyota Sienna.

The Chrysler Pacifica Touring Plus is on sale now.

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, Automotive Editor

Zac Estrada is an automotive journalist and contributing writer who hails from Santa Barbara, CA. Zac attended Northeastern University's School of Journalism in Boston and currently runs the automotive blog Confessions of an Autoholic. 

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