Canada to Receive 2 New Trim Levels of Chrysler Pacifica Hybrid

Chrysler is putting a lot of effort into marketing it’s new Pacifica Hybrid, the 1st ever plug-in minivan. To better meet demand and interest at different price points, it will now offer more choices in terms of trim levels in Canada as well.  As part of the continued launch cadence of the 2017 Chrysler Pacifica Hybrid, FCA Canada has added new Touring and Premium trim levels to the industry’s first plug-in hybrid electric minivan.

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The new Touring model has an MSRP of $50,995, becoming the new entry point in the Chrysler Pacifica Hybrid lineup.

The new Premium model has an MSRP of $52,495. Both it and the new Touring trim join the model lineup alongside the existing Platinum model (MSRP of $56,495).

With available provincial electric vehicle ‘Green-initiative’ purchase incentives applied, the 2017 Chrysler Pacifica Hybrid Touring is priced as follows:

Ontario:  $38,606

Quebec: $44,037

B.C.: $45,995

With available provincial electric vehicle ‘Green-initiative’ purchase incentives applied, the 2017 Chrysler Pacifica Hybrid Premium is priced as follows:

Ontario:  $40,106

Quebec: $45,537

B.C.: $47,495

With 3 trim levels, it seems FCA Canada is looking to avoid the early criticisms it received by only making available it’s top-level Platinum trim.  While fully-loaded, the $56K price tag (not including price incentives) was daunting for many families who love the idea of a minivan with exceptional fuel economy, but couldn’t afford the price.  It will be interesting to see which of the three trim levels generate the most interest.

The Chrysler Pacifica Hybrid and gasoline-powered Chrysler Pacifica are built in Canada, alongside the Dodge Grand Caravan at the Windsor Assembly Plant, in Ontario.

 

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