StaffAllpar HomeMore NewsCarsTrucksUpcomingRepairsTest drives

Canadians get cheaper Pacificas

by David Zatz on

Chrysler Canada is now selling a complete line of Pacifica minivans in Canada, with the base LX and Touring models added to Touring-L, Touring-L Plus, and Limited.

All 2017 Chrysler Pacificas are made in Canada at the award-winning Windsor Assembly Plant; the plant built 70% of all full-size minivans sold in Canada last year (including Caravan and Town & Country).

2017 Chrysler Pacifica minivans

The LX lists for C$37,995, and has the same powertrain as all other Pacificas. It comes with active noise cancellation, active grille shutters, capless fuel fill, tinted glass, Keyless Enter ’n Go, two-row fold-in-floor seating, three-zone air conditioning, cruise control, a 5-inch touchscreen, and six speakers.

Moving up to the Touring adds $2,000 to the price, but gets buyers 17-inch alloy wheels, dual power sliding doors, automatic headlamps, the Stow ‘n Place roof rack system, more interior lamps, a power 12-way driver’s seat, a power liftgate, proximity entry for all doors, satellite radio, and Stow ‘n Go Assist driver’s seat. Both new models are available for ordering now.

Options on both new trimlines including 8-passenger seating, a back-up camera, a new “KeySense” programmable key fob to help promote safe driving habits, trailer towing, 8.4 inch touch-screen, and blind-spot monitoring with rear cross-path detection.

The more affordable models may give Pacifica sales a boost; they have been crawling in Caravan-loving Canada.

New union agreement shows future for minivans, big cars

Mopar Makes Towing with the Jeep Gladiator Safer

Ram out-pickups Chevy, Challenger #1?, and other Q3 takeaways

More Mopar Car
and Truck News

Some popular Allpar pages

Dodge Demon

2018 Wrangler JL

Staff details/contactsTerms of ServiceInformation is presented to the best of our knowledge. Plans change and sometimes mistakes are made. Decisions or purchases made based on this site's verbiage or images are done at the reader's own risk. Also see the Allpar News archives, 1997-2008 • Copyright © VerticalScope Inc. All rights reserved. • Mopar, Dodge, Jeep, Chrysler, HEMI, and certain other names are trademarks of Fiat Chrysler Automobiles.