Chrysler, which created the minivan in both North America (Voyager, Caravan) and Europe (the Matra vehicle which became the Renault Espace), has made minivans for over 40 years. Today, they announced the 2023 Chrysler Pacifica Road Tripper. The name was selected by fans on social media.
The Road Tripper starts with Pacifica’s hefty collection of safety features, 10-inch touch screen, and Stow ‘n Go seating and storage system. It adds Luster Gray Road Tripper graphics, outlined in Brilliant Orange, on the front driver and passenger doors; the gray extends to the wheels (20” on gasoline, 18” on hybrid) while the orange is used on the wheel center caps and wing badges.
The Road Tripper includes a roof rack compatible with a range of Mopar carriers, such as bicycle and cargo carriers. Inside, Mopar all-weather floor mats help protect the interior from rain, mud, snow and more tracked in from the road. Non-hybrid Pacifica Road Trippers have best-in-class towing capabilities of up to 3,600 pounds with the included Trailer Tow Group.
The 2023 Chrysler Pacifica Road Tripper on gas-powered Pacifica Touring L and Pacifica Touring L Hybrid models comes in a choice of white, black, and Ceramic Gray. The price is $2,395 on the Touring L, $2,095 on Touring L AWD, and $1,495 on Touring L Hybrid.
Ordering for the 2023 Chrysler Pacifica Road Tripper is scheduled to open in the first three months of 2023, with minivans arriving in spring 2023, in time for the start of road trip season.
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