Four trim levels with a wide range of options provide a 2021 Chrysler Pacifica for most means, and for more basic tastes and budgets there is the Chrysler Voyager. We score the lineup at 8 out of 10 based on mid-level versions that have excellent tech features, great convenience items, and are priced reasonably for what they deliver.
Chrysler hasn’t told us how much the 2021 Pacifica will cost yet, so we don’t know how much the new all-wheel-drive option will add, or how hefty the bill will be for the range-topping Pacifica Pinnacle. We’ll hold our recommendation until then.
The base Touring comes with active safety tech, a 10.1-inch touchscreen for infotainment loaded up with Apple CarPlay, Android Auto, and Amazon Alexa compatibility, Bluetooth connectivity, a couple of USB ports, and second- and third-row seating that tucks into the cargo floor.
That’s plenty of van for most needs, though the Touring L trim adds leather (which is easier to clean) and offers heated seats, 19-speaker Harman Kardon audio, and a few other niceties.
With its woodgrain interior trim, center console, and unique design touches, the Pinnacle trim could be appealing.
This year, all-wheel drive and the plug-in hybrid powertrain are available on every version of the Pacifica, though they cannot be selected together.
The Voyager is related to the Pacifica, but doesn’t offer the same equipment.
Base Voyager L vans include a 7.0-inch touchscreen for infotainment with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto compatibility, cloth upholstery, second-row bench seats, power features, and 17-inch wheels with covers. Chrysler doesn’t make active safety features standard on the Voyager and if rated separately, it would score lower here.
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