The 2019 Chrysler Pacifica minivan will offer several options exclusively for fleet purchasers, including paratransit fleets, as it enters its third model year, according to Fiat Chrysler Automobiles.
"Pacifica remains a fleet favorite for all the right reasons: flexible seating and cargo configurations, driver ease of use, fuel efficiency, technology and, above-all, safety," says Mark Spencer, FCA Fleet's product group manager. "Pacifica's latest fleet options are directly based on customer feedback, and are designed to help maintain our leadership position in this key segment of the fleet market."
The gasoline-powered Pacifica offers at least one fleet-only option on five trim levels, including LX, Touring, Touring Plus, Touring L, and Touring L Plus. The base LX model offers the most fleet-only options with six. With all trims, fleet buyers can add two additional key fobs.
Five models, except Touring L Plus, also offer a rear access mobility prep option for paratransit fleets and an upgraded to an 8.4-inch navigation screen from the standard 5-inch screen.
The base LX offers three additional options for fleet buyers, including power sliding doors, an inflatable spare tire kit, and a black Stow-n-Place roof rack.
FCA has added a few features to the gasoline-powered Pacifica for 2019 for all buyers, including auto headlights on LX, an auto dimming rear-view mirror and 17-inch polished wheels on Touring Plus; and heated steering wheel and auto-dimming mirror on Touring L.
The Pacifica Hybrid is adding a few new features for all buyers, including an auto-dimming mirror on Touring Plus; heated steering wheel and auto-dimming mirror on Touring L; and memory seats, 17-inch polished wheels, power folding mirrors, and auto Advance-n-Return on Limited.
Originally posted on Automotive Fleet