The 2021 Chrysler Pacifica all-wheel-drive models are finally back, and they include the Stow ‘n Go seating that owners love. We recently tested the 2021 Pacifica with AWD and the plug-in hybrid Pacifica in wet conditions and came away impressed with this offering.
In addition to AWD’s return, the new Pacifica brings a redesigned exterior with a new front and headlight design and a rear brake light shape that is more in line with the Charger. Inside we see high-end interior options and an excellent infotainment system with support for wireless Apple CarPlay and Android Auto.
Starting at $35,045 for the base model and $38,040 for the all-wheel-drive model, you can option this on any of the gas-powered Pacifica trims. The top of the line Pinnacle offers a plush interior and even includes matching pillows in the second row. The premium style comes with a premium cost, with a starting price of $53,390.
Here’s what you need to know about the 2021 Chrysler Pacifica all-wheel-drive minivan.
What’s It Like to Drive the 2021 Pacifica AWD?
With the FamCAM, you can see the interior of the Pacifica on the infotainment screen. This is great if you need to keep an eye on kids, and you can even see a rear-facing car sear without relying on mirrors.
We like the Uconnect Theater option that adds two 10-inch HD screens for the second row. This system includes a Blu-ray player, two HDMI ports for connecting consoles or other devices, and built-in games.
Chrysler Provided transportation and lodging to test the vehicle. Opinions are our own.