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Hefty rebates: Pacifica, 200, 300

by David Zatz on

When the Chrysler Pacifica launched, it took almost no time for a $500 rebate to be slapped on the hood. Now, things are more worrisome: Automotive News claims $5,000 in incentives, while Chrysler’s own web site shows a $1,500 rebate (or zero-interest three-year loan with $1,000 back).


The Pacifica has gotten positive reviews and costs less than Honda and Toyota minivans; it starts at $28,595 plus destination, vs Toyota’s $29,750 and Honda’s $29,550. For bargain-seeking buyers, the Dodge Caravan starts at $23,595, before rebates of up to $1,250.

Leasees can get a Pacifica Touring at $289/month for 39 months plus $2,999 up front ($366/month in total).  The Limited sells for $30,495.

The 2016 200 has up to $2,500 cash-back with a $189/month lease for the top Limited Platinum, while the 300 has a $3,500 rebate with a $209/month lease for the base Limited.  The company is advertising 20% off list price on certain 300s.

While critics have not been kind to the Jim Gaffigan ads, his image and tagline remain on the web site.

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