2019 Chrysler Pacifica Hybrid Gets New S Appearance Package

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, Automotive Editor - June 27, 2018

The S Appearance Package isn’t new to Chrysler or the Pacifica minivan. However, what is new is having it available for the 2019 Pacifica Hybrid model.

The package, solely improving the minivan’s already svelte appearance, adds several gloss-black accents on the vehicle’s exterior. Accents end up on the grille surrounds, headlights, moldings, and rear valence molding. Black 19-inch wheels and a black roof rack are also standard features. Even the Chrysler badges on the front and rear receive a touch of black with a hybrid teal insert. The “Pacifica,” “S,” and “eHybrid” badges are also finished in black.

“The factory custom look of the S Appearance model is really resonating with our Pacifica buyers, so much so that we are now making it available on the Pacifica Hybrid model, as well,”said Steve Beahm, the head of passenger car brands at Dodge, SRT, Chrysler, and Fiat for Fiat Chrysler Automobiles North America. “With 84 miles per gallon equivalent (MPGe) in electric-only mode and 33 miles of all-electric range this package makes the industry’s only hybrid minivan even more unique.”

Inside, the dark theme continues with black seats with gray accents and an “S” logo. Gray stitching and black accents also accentuate the steering wheel, while gray stitching adorns the instrument panel and door trim.

The S Appearance Package for the Pacifica Hybrid costs $595 for the 2019 model. The package will be available to order in July and will be in dealerships this fall.

, Automotive Editor

Anthony Alaniz is an award-winning journalist living in southeast Michigan. His professional writing career spans nearly a decade, ranging from writing for the local newspaper to Autoweek and Motor1. When he's not writing about cars, he covers the horror film genre at Modernhorrors.com.

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