minivan - van
Chrysler's bread and butter made be from the 300 now, but long ago the Town and Country was it. For 2021 it seems FCA has decided to grace out eyes with a mild update to the Pacifica lineup. Inclusive of the standard Pacifica, this range also includes the aftermarket S version and a hybrid version. Lost on this refresh is the S Hybrid version which the last generation had. Too bad for this loss, as Chrysler was the only performance hybrid van out there.
When you take a look around the updated Pacifica, you may be hard pressed to see many changes. Trust us they are there, they are just hard to find.
For 2021 FCA has updated the front and rear lighting along with a revised front fascia. Gone are the bubble lights from the early 2000's, which have been replaced by new laser lights. These new lights give the front and rear a more modern look, to help keep the Pacifica going until a full redesign is done within the next three (3) years. Hopefully.
As for the revised front fascia, Chrysler has decided to ditch their sweeping grille design, top and bottom, for a more modern central chrome grille. This does enhance the image of the front end as well as give it more sport appeal. In turn this gives consumers the illusion that this product is sporty, rather than just luxurious. Great play Chrysler, as this time the Pacifica will really put a dent back into the Sienna and Odyssey world. Too bad both have been revised this year, but only one is worthy of sport appeal competition.
All around the 2021 Pacifica is a great design update to keep things going. Let's just hope that sport appeal is enough to keep the competition from stealing what is left of FCA's minivan marketshare.