CHRYSLER PACIFICA

FAQ

Chrysler Pacifica is like a home away from home for active, growing families.Check out some of the most common questions and answers about our flagship minivan.

ABOUT CHRYSLER PACIFICA

Yes! All-wheel drive is available on Touring L, Limited and Pinnacle trims, but not available on Hybrid models.

The Chrysler Pacifica is classified as a minivan.

The Chrysler Pacifica minivan debuted in 2016 and went into production that year. The first model year was 2017.

INTERIOR

The 2022 Chrysler Pacifica can seat up to eight total when equipped with the Uconnect Theater Family Group on Touring L FWD. Pinnacle and Hybrid models seat up to seven total (six passengers and a driver).

Most Chrysler Pacifica trims have standard second-row Stow ‘n Go® Seating and Storage, and all Pacifica models have standard third-row Stow ‘n Go Seating. Pinnacle models and all Hybrid models do not offer second-row Stow ‘n Go seating.

The Chrysler Pacifica has an interior cargo volume of 32.3 cu. ft. behind the third row and a maximum interior cargo volume of 140.5 cu. ft behind the first row with the second- and third-row seats stowed or removed.

The cargo bed is up to 99.5 inches in length. This is the length from behind the first-row seats to the back of the vehicle with the seats stowed or removed. 

GAS HOW-TO & FUEL CAPACITY

Push the center-rear edge of the fuel filler door (3 o'clock position) and release to open. There is no gas cap. Two flapper doors inside the pipe seal the system.

Chrysler Pacifica gas models hold 19 gallons of gas. Hybrid models have a 16.5 gallon gas tank.

Non-hybrid Chrysler Pacifica models with front-wheel drive are EPA rated at 19 city/22 combined/28 highway mpg. Pacifica models with all-wheel drive are EPA rated at 17 city/20 combined/25 highway mpg. Pacifica Hybrid models are EPA rated at 82 combined MPGe.

The Chrysler Pacifica has a highway driving range of up to 532 miles.