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I love the ventilated seats in my Charger so much, that I'm going to try to get them in every car I get going forward. I made a list of all Mopars that I can spec ventilated front seats with, and the lowest MSRP I could spec them at (US).

Dodge Challenger SXT Plus - $29,995
Dodge Charger SXT w/ Plus Package - $32,490
Dodge Durango Citadel - $41,295
Chrysler 200C w/ V6, Premium Lighting Grp, Nav & Sound Grp 1, Premium Grp - $32,250
Chrysler 300C - $38,555
Chrysler Pacifica Limited - $42,495
Jeep Grand Cherokee Overland - $44,395
Jeep Cherokee Overland - $34,695
RAM Laramie Quad Cab - $39,655

Maybe this info can be of use to someone. Corrections are welcomed.
 

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I love the ventilated seats in my Charger so much, that I'm going to try to get them in every car I get going forward. I made a list of all Mopars that I can spec ventilated front seats with, and the lowest MSRP I could spec them at (US).

Dodge Challenger SXT Plus - $29,995
Dodge Charger SXT w/ Plus Package - $32,490
Dodge Durango Citadel - $41,295
Chrysler 200C w/ V6, Premium Lighting Grp, Nav & Sound Grp 1, Premium Grp - $32,250
Chrysler 300C - $38,555
Chrysler Pacifica Limited - $42,495
Jeep Grand Cherokee Overland - $44,395
Jeep Cherokee Overland - $34,695
RAM Laramie Quad Cab - $39,655

Maybe this info can be of use to someone. Corrections are welcomed.
Great idea. I have a 2014 300C w/457 Hemi and ventilated seats. Sure is nice to set the controls to max air and seat ventilation to max and come back to the parking spot in 95+ temps feeling like 105 and hit the start button from about 100 feet away and get in and feel the cool all around. Never have a need for heated seats next to the Gulf in Corpus Christi, TX. Cooled cup holders are neat also.
 
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