Pricing Announced For New 35th Anniversary Editions Of Chrysler Pacifica And Dodge Grand Caravan

FCA has announced U.S. pricing for the 35th Anniversary Editions of the Chrysler Pacifica, Chrysler Pacifica Hybrid, and Dodge Grand Caravan.

Available to order now, the trio of special edition people-carriers will be arriving in U.S. dealerships this summer to celebrate more than three decades of Chrysler and Dodge minivans. Included in the package are new badging, an all-black interior with Cranberry Wine accent stitching, and upgraded content depending on the selected trim level.

Also read: Should You Buy The Chrysler Pacifica Hybrid Instead Of The Gasoline Model?

Offered on Pacifica Touring L (gas/hybrid), Touring L Plus and Limited (gas/hybrid) models, the commemorative edition brings a 35th Anniversary badge, a Liquid Chrome Chrysler Wing badge with a Gloss Black insert, and an all-black interior. The cabin features Cranberry Wine accent stitching on McKinley and Nappa leather perforated seats, steering wheel, and door trim, as well as a 35th Anniversary embroidered logo on the front floor mats.

The anniversary package costs $2,015 for the 2019 Chrysler Pacifica Touring L which also brings eight-passenger seating, Mopar overhead DVD, and 18-inch alloys. For the 2019 Pacifica Touring L, the pack costs $1,420 and adds a dual-pane sunroof. As for the 2019 Pacifica Limited, the 35th Anniversary package costs an additional $695 and adds 20-inch wheels.

Moving on to the 2019 Pacifica Hybrid, upgrading to the anniversary pack costs $1,390 for the Hybrid Touring L which offers the Premium Audio Group with 13 Alpine speakers, Uconnect 4C Nav with 8.4-inch display, and 17-inch wheels. For the Hybrid Limited trim, the price for the 35th Anniversary package is $695 and adds 18-inch wheels.

All 35th Anniversary Edition Pacifica and Pacifica Hybrid models can be combined with the S Appearance package for a blacked-out, customized exterior.

As for the 2019 Dodge Grand Caravan, the 35th Anniversary Edition is available on SE and SXT grades and includes exterior upgrades such as 17-inch tech silver aluminum wheels, 35th Anniversary fender badge, and a bright grille. Inside, it gains an all-black interior with Cranberry Wine accent stitching on the seats and door trim, a Piano Black console and IP accent, and a 35th Anniversary embroidered logo on the front floor mats.

The 35th Anniversary package costs $2,800 for the Dodge Grand Caravan SE which also offers Stow ‘N Go second-row bucket seats and power driver’s seat. For the SXT grade the price is $1,595 and also includes navigation radio and the Driver Convenience Group which features heated front seats, heated steering wheel, and second-row window shades.

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  • Benjamin B.

    I’m going to buy a drink for everyone I meet who purchased a 35th anniversary edition Dodge Grand Caravan. So if I meet you and you’re an owner of an anniversary Grand Caravan, I’m going to love hearing your story. Why the hell get the Caravan over the Pacifica? If you can’t afford a brand new minivan, you shouldn’t be buying a brand car anyhow. So there’re aren’t many good reasons. Btw rental car agencies don’t count.

  • WalthamDan

    The Pacifica looks good, but does it come with a no-stall package?

  • Bash

    Grand Caravan is still here!

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