2019 Chrysler Pacifica Hybrid

What’s new

  • No significant changes for 2019
  • Part of the first-generation Chrysler Pacifica minivan introduced for 2017

Pros & Cons

  • Capable of traveling up to 33 miles on electric power
  • Interior feels premium and upscale
  • Every model is loaded with convenience and luxury features
  • CVT automatic is much smoother than the standard Pacifica's nine-speed automatic
  • Can't fold second-row seats into floor due to hybrid battery pack
  • Exhibits some transmission drone noise under hard acceleration
  • Fairly high base price, for a minivan
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Which Pacifica Hybrid does Edmunds recommend?

The most appealing Chrysler Pacifica Hybrid is the Limited trim level. It is the most expensive version of the plug-in seven-seater, but it also has a serious suite of gear. On top of all the base equipment, you get adaptive cruise control, heated and ventilated front seats, and USB ports in both rear rows. What's more, the Pacifica Hybrid Limited is the only trim level where you can get the optional Advanced SafetyTec Group that includes a 360-degree camera, adaptive cruise control, forward collision mitigation, lane departure mitigation, parallel and perpendicular parking assist, and forward parking sensors. It packs a lot of feature content in, even if it is a bit pricey.

Edmunds' Expert Review

Overall rating

7.9 / 10

The Chrysler Pacifica has a lot going for it. It has more style than the typical minivan. Its Stow 'n Go seats make for easy transport of large items. The infotainment system is easy to use. There are abundant safety and tech features to choose from. And almost all of this appeal transfers over to the 2019 Pacifica Hybrid.

Sure, the hybrid doesn't get the second-row Stow 'n Go seats (the hybrid battery fits in their storage compartment), but the fixed captain's chairs in their place are actually more comfortable. Plus, that hybrid powertrain significantly improves fuel economy since its plug-in capability allows for about 33 miles of electric range on a full charge. For some drivers, that's enough to avoid using gasoline for weeks or even longer. Once you do run out of electricity, the EPA estimates that it will return 32 mpg combined, which is 10 mpg higher than the standard van.

By some minivan standards, the Pacifica Hybrid also has some drawbacks. The 2019 Honda Odyssey, for example, is better to drive, is more spacious, and has a more versatile seating setup. It's also worth noting that the Pacifica Hybrid is significantly more expensive than the gas-only Pacifica van, especially at base trim levels. There are potential fuel savings and tax rebates to consider, but those aren't realized at the time of purchase.

In the end, if you're looking for a minivan with plug-in power, the 2019 Chrysler Pacifica Hybrid is the only option out there. It isn't our favorite van, but it certainly has several virtues that make it worth considering.

Chrysler Pacifica Hybrid models

The 2019 Chrysler Pacifica Hybrid is a three-row minivan that seats seven passengers. It's available in three well-equipped trim levels: Touring Plus, Touring L and Limited.

Every Pacifica Hybrid has a 3.6-liter V6 engine augmented with two electric motors (260 horsepower total). It can travel about 33 miles on electric power alone. After that, the V6 and normal hybrid operation take over. A 240-volt power supply can fully recharge the 16-kWh battery pack in about two hours.

Standard exterior features on the Touring Plus include 17-inch wheels, automatic headlights, foglights, power-sliding doors, heated mirrors and keyless entry and ignition. Inside, you'll find an eight-way power-adjustable driver's seat (with four-way power lumbar), a driver information display, a tilt-and-telescoping steering wheel, tri-zone automatic climate control, ambient lighting, cloth upholstery, second-row power windows and a 60/40-split folding third-row seat.

Technology features include an 8.4-inch touchscreen, Apple CarPlay and Android Auto connectivity, Bluetooth, voice commands, and a six-speaker audio system with HD and satellite radio, a USB port and an auxiliary jack. Standard driver aids include a rearview camera, rear parking sensors, blind-spot monitoring and rear cross-traffic alert. The Cold Weather Group adds heated front seats and a heated leather-wrapped steering wheel. A power liftgate is available as a stand-alone option.

The Touring L adds the power liftgate, roof rails, remote ignition, an upgraded center console, an auto-dimming rearview mirror, the Cold Weather Group, leather upholstery, and second- and third-row window shades. The Premium Audio Group adds an eight-way power passenger seat, second- and third-row USB ports, active noise control and a 13-speaker Alpine sound system.

Both Touring models can be ordered with a navigation system, which also adds 4G LTE Wi-Fi connectivity, and a rear-seat entertainment system that includes a DVD player and a single overhead display screen.

Upgrades to the top-level Limited are numerous. On the outside, the Limited adds automatic high-beam control, power-folding mirrors (with driver-side auto-dimming), automatic wipers, chrome trim, and hands-free operation for the sliding doors and liftgate. Inside, you'll find adaptive cruise control, upgraded leather, an upgraded steering wheel, driver-seat memory settings, ventilated front seats, the navigation system, and the Premium Audio Group contents. A 20-speaker Harman Kardon audio system is available for the Limited as well.

Optional on the Limited is the Uconnect Theater w/ Streaming package that includes a Blu-ray player, two seatback video screens, a household-style power outlet, wireless headphones and wireless streaming from connected Android devices. The Limited's optional Advanced SafetyTec Group adds front parking sensors, lane departure warning, forward collision warning with automatic emergency braking, parallel and perpendicular parking assist, and a 360-degree parking camera. A panoramic sunroof and 18-inch wheels are also optional.

Standard on the Limited and optional on the other models is a secondary driver key that Chrysler calls KeySense. Intended for younger drivers and valets, this key starts the car in a mode that limits top speed and volume, keeps all driver aids activated and restricts user-defined satellite radio channels.

Trim tested

Each vehicle typically comes in multiple versions that are fundamentally similar. The ratings in this review are based on our full test of the Chrysler Pacifica Hybrid Limited (3.6L V6 plug-in hybrid | CVT automatic | FWD).


Overall7.9 / 10


The Pacifica Hybrid's efficiency comes at the cost of acceleration and handling because the hybrid battery adds a lot of weight. The throttle and transmission response are weird in gasoline mode, but both are golden in electric mode. Plug it in often and you'll like it much more.


The Pacifica Hybrid will easily go with the flow. The electric mode's instant torque gets it moving smartly. But this heavy machine will deplete battery miles quickly if you floor the accelerator with any regularity. The gasoline mode acceleration is unremarkable yet steady. Ours reached 60 mph in 8.8 seconds, which is a below-average time for a minivan.


The brake response is smooth and predictable, but the pedal motion is longer and squishier than we'd like. At Edmunds' test track, the hybrid executed 60-0 mph panic stops in 129 feet, which is in the expected ballpark for a minivan.


Its steering feels lighter and less communicative than a regular Pacifica's. Our scales show the hybrid to be carrying an additional 500 pounds of weight, so it's likely that engineers cranked up the assistance to compensate. It, however, maintains good straight-ahead sense when cruising.


Cornering is where the hybrid's extra mass does it few favors. It feels heavy and less than nimble, and its fuel-saver tires don't offer much grip. The stability it needs to be safe is certainly there, but this one does not like to be hustled even a little bit on a winding road.


Driving this hybrid is a Jekyll and Hyde experience. The electric mode comes with zero shifting and utter smoothness. The gasoline mode, on the other hand, consists of a response that rarely feels in sync with your throttle pedal demand because the hybrid system has control of the engine revs and transmission.


We prefer the Pacifica Hybrid to the standard Pacifica because its middle-row seats are more comfortable and adjustable (no Stow 'n Go in the hybrid). Its ride is smooth and calm, and the climate control system is roundly competent. Noise is a mixed bag: It's hushed in EV mode and oddly unrefined in gasoline mode.

Seat comfort

The front seats are nicely contoured and remain comfy for long periods. The hybrid's middle-row seats are far superior to those of a regular Pacifica because the battery makes Stow 'n Go impossible. This blessing in disguise allows for better-shaped cushions and the added ability to slide and recline.

Ride comfort

The Pacifica Hybrid rides comfortably over pavement of all sorts, possibly because its 18-inch tires' tall sidewalls help take the edge off modest impacts. Ponderous is too strong a word to describe how the body moves over gentle waves, but it does behave in a manner that's too relaxed.

Noise & vibration

This plug-in hybrid is quiet during the first 30-odd miles of all-electric operation, but it can get quite noisy when the gas engine is running. The CVT automatic nature of the transmission makes the engine rev higher than you'd expect at times, and there are lots of inexplicable haunted-house noises.

Climate control

The climate can be controlled through straightforward knobs and buttons on the dash, with specialty functions on the touchscreen. Both are relatively easy to use. The A/C does a good job of keeping the entire cabin cool on hot days, and three-zone climate control is standard.


The Pacifica Hybrid is a pleasant place to sit and let the scenery stream past. It's easy to get in and out and settle in comfortably behind the wheel. Once underway, you'll enjoy a spacious, relaxing environment with a good view of the world outside.

Ease of use

We found the Pacifica Hybrid's controls to be logically arranged and easy to figure out at a glance. It's all nicely sized and within easy reach of the driver. The 8.4-inch Uconnect touchscreen system has large virtual buttons, and the menu structure is easy to wade through and figure out.

Getting in/getting out

The front seats are high-ish (as many drivers in this segment prefer), but the low sill and high ceiling aid access. The sliding rear passenger doors provide generous openings. A gap between the captain's chairs allows third-row access, and the hybrid's improved middle seats also slide and tip forward.

Driving position

Find the perfect driving position with the highly adjustable driver's seat and tilt-and-telescoping steering wheel. All the controls are easily accessible from the pilot's perch, too. But the upright posture is perhaps a bit more truckish than in some competing minivans such as the Honda Odyssey.


There's ample legroom up front, and the cabin feels sufficiently airy. Move to the second-row buckets and it's much the same thing, thanks in part to the fore-aft and rake adjustments that are exclusive to the hybrid version. The third row feels small and more kid-oriented than some competitors.


Most drivers will have no trouble seeing out because of the abundant glass, low beltline, slender roof pillars and big mirrors. Blind-spot monitoring comes standard, and the rearview camera fills in the gaps when backing up. A 360-degree camera is an optional upgrade.


The Pacifica's interior looks good in photographs, but it's a bit less impressive when you see and touch it in person. The seats are nice, and the door panel armrests are soft. But some of the plastics look unconvincing, and the stitching isn't aligned as well as it could be.


We prefer the everyday comfort and car-seat friendliness of the hybrid's middle row over the Stow 'n Go's ability to make the seats disappear. Besides, aside from the loss of this ultimate cargo (and car-camping) mode, the total capacity is the same here. As for cubbies, this van has you covered.

Small-item storage

The center console storage is adequate for large water bottles and a few snacks. The cabin has a lot of small pockets everywhere. Cupholders, cubbies and magazine slots are all present. Got a million little things? They'll all fit here.

Cargo space

The hybrid lacks the Stow 'n Go middle seats that fold into the floor, but how often is that really necessary? Instead, you get more comfortable second-row seats every single day. It still has the same capacity as other Pacificas, which is to say strong but fractionally less than some competitors.

Child safety seat accommodation

The second and third rows each have two sets of LATCH anchors, and they are easier to access than those in a standard Pacifica. The hybrid's sliding middle seats provide added room for bulky rear-facing seats, too. And of course, power-sliding doors allow kids and adults easy access with no door dings!


The hybrid is not recommended for towing. We do not necessarily consider this to be a drawback for a model that is meant to be electrically driven much of the time and be highly efficient on gasoline at other times. The non-hybrid Pacifica can tow 3,600 pounds.


Uconnect is one of the strongest audio and navigation systems out there because it excels at ease of use, features and smartphone integration. The Pacifica Hybrid can also be fitted with a very effective suite of driver assistance systems, but we wish that some of its components were standard.

Smartphone integration

Android Auto and Apple CarPlay are standard, and there are USB ports (and USB-C) front and rear. Bluetooth streaming phone and audio are here, of course, but the optional seatback video system can also stream video from Android devices.

Driver aids

The Limited has a standard rear camera, blind-spot monitoring, cross-traffic alerts and rear parking sensors that can snub the brakes if you get too close. An optional package adds stop-and-go adaptive cruise, automatic emergency braking, lane keeping assist and a parallel/perpendicular parking assist system.

Voice control

The Pacifica comes standard with voice controls for audio, phone calls and voice text reply. The available 8.4-inch system adds Siri Eyes Free, which takes commands to play music, set reminders and access navigation.

Consumer reviews

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Average user rating: 4.7 stars based on 16 total reviews

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Most helpful consumer reviews

5 out of 5 stars, The van exceeded our expectations
Limited 4dr Minivan (3.6L 6cyl gas/electric hybrid EVT)

We needed a great deal more room to tote our various bits and pieces of sports equipment - some of it long and heavy. We also wanted to dip our toes in the chargeable car market - but because we often travel off the beaten path we didn’t want to go all electric. The Pacifica Hybrid Limited met all of our needs and then some. It is stylish, beautifully assembled, quiet, easy to drive, smooth running and technologically advanced! Because we have been able to use public chargers during our last few outings our combined electric/gas mileage is approaching 54! That’s right, 54 mpg! We fully expect, however, when it warms up (and we are using the AC) and are traveling to places without chargers and thus using the gas engine entirely our mileage will fall toward the 30’s. Running hybrid we get about 30-32 mpg. Still pretty amazing for a car this size and weight. There are so many features in this car I cannot list them all here - things like regular cruise control and adaptive cruise control; front seats that bend forward to permit easy access; rain sensing wipers; auto-dimming mirrors; folding mirrors; the amazing Uconnect system, etc!!! We love it and got just what we wanted. And a $7,500.00 tax credit to boot!

5 out of 5 stars, After 1 year, I'm still loving this van
Touring L 4dr Minivan (3.6L 6cyl gas/electric hybrid EVT)

I spent the $450 to get the quick charger and my work has charging stations so I don't use gas AT ALL unless we take a trip. And trips, I'm averaging 28 MPG (75 mph for 2+ hrs). The only issue I've had was the radio glitch that all Chryslers had that got fixed by an update. I feel safe in this van, the safety alerts are accurate and awesome. The storage is amazing and very well thought out. My kids love having their own captain chairs and say they are very comfy. The drivers seat gets 10/10 from me. The passenger seat got 10/10 from my 5 foot tall mom but only 6/10 from my 6 foot husband. The interior is very quiet when we drive, esp. When it's electric mode. I had a prius before this and needed more space now that both kids are full time sports and carpooling is required. I would buy this hybrid again in a heart beat.

5 out of 5 stars, Amazed more people don't buy....whats not to like?
Jason L,
Limited 4dr Minivan (3.6L 6cyl gas/electric hybrid EVT)

We have always had big 4WD vehicles like Yukon XL Denali, Suburban, or Navigator but recently moved to the Pacific NW and no longer needed the 4WD. My wife was 100% against a minivan, and we were shopping for a newer SUV but with gas more expensive up here and on the way up, we were looking at midsize SUVs where the 3rd rows were not up to previous expectations. We didn't want a car payment so I didn't want to spend too much. I got her to look at a new 2018 Odyssey and she loved it after the drive, however typical car lot tactics made us run away from the dealer (I have bought probably 20 new vehicles, most never setting foot in except to sign paperwork when deal was done). She decided she liked the Pacifica look better, but I was vary wary of buying a Chrysler product due to resale....look at one of their vans after a year on the gas side. I told her if we were going with Pacifica, it was going to be the Hybrid because she does a lot of city driving where the 33 mile electric range would be optimal and with the 7,500 tax credit a limited hybrid was actually cheaper than a gas limited. We drove 6.5 hours to find a deal on one and drove it back home. The outside look is pretty please for a minivan. The inside is top notch, everything inside is surprisingly great..very functional and comfortable. It handles great, smooth powertrain, does not feel like you are in a van at all, its more like a luxury car feel. The technology in this thing is great from the lane departure assist to the auto bright headlights, blind spot, collision mitigation, heated and cooled seats...it has it all. Top that off with 30 mpg when battery is discharged, to using no gas when battery full and I think this will save lots on fuel for how we use it. Wife has zero regrets on the trade in, she loves it so far. Some things to keep in mind..the battery when fully charged says up to 33 miles before gas engine kicks in....when gas kicks in its seamless and you wouldn't notice unless looking for it, so you dont have to plug it in or worry about charging stations. For the tax credit, research on your own but you have to have a 7,500 tax liability for the year to get the full 7,500 federal credit....so if you only had a liability of 5,000, you can only get 5,000 credit. Reliability is my concern at this point...how long will everything last and keep working. The hybrid warranty is surprisingly good.

5 out of 5 stars, Mini Van, Maximum Value!
Rev. Nick F.,
Limited 4dr Minivan (3.6L 6cyl gas/electric hybrid EVT)

I had a Ford Fusion Energi PHEV Hybrid with just 7 cubic feet of trunk space, and a EV range of 20 Miles, I trade the soon to be discontinued (in 2020) Ford Fusion Energi for a 2018 Chrysler Pacifica Limited PHEV Hybrid and what I got was over 90 cubic feet of cargo area, seating for 7 people, true EV range of 33 Miles, all the options the Fusion had and more with the entertainment Blueray DVD player and zoned A/C front heated/A/C seats, 360 camera views, and it drives better than the Ford ever did, both had park assist why anyone would pick anything else then the Chrysler Pacifica Hybrid to save the world, and their pocket books is beyond me since I got a $1,000 dollar dealer savings off MSRP and a $7,500 Dollar Federal tax Credit and A check for $2,500 from my states (Texas TERP) clean air incentive for buying a PHEV for a total of $11,000 dollar saving, in all. The MSRP was over $50,000 dollars with my trade and dealer incentives I paid $33,000 cash to dive this fantastic cost saving Chrysler, FCA got this right they are ahead of all the others with this high MPG, Space, and luxury features, anyone looking for a PHEV could not want more bang for the bucks. In December 2018 I took delivery of a 2019 Chrysler Pacifica Hybrid trading in the 2018 I had gotten, I did this to get a fully optioned Hybrid as good as the 2018 was near to perfect the 2019 is perfect with the exterior color I wanted to the folding outside rear view mirrors and even more than the 2018 had been lacking in options. I also got another $7,500 tax credit and another $2,500 TERP check which amounts to $21,000 thousand dollars total savings over all, and now am in love with my Ocean Blue, Chrysler Pacifica Hybrid which I picked up on December 14, 2018 and put to this date January 31st 2019 almost 600 hundred miles on using 2 Gallons of gas in my 16 Gallon Gas tank using my level 2 charging home unit daily. I may be crazy in wanting to save the Earth, save money and, have the space to haul people and goods, in a ride unequaled by any other Auto manufacturer, but is the best car crazy I could be.

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Features & Specs

Touring Plus 4dr Minivan features & specs
Touring Plus 4dr Minivan
3.6L 6cyl gas/electric hybrid EVT
MPG N/A city / N/A hwy
SeatingSeats 7
TransmissionElectrically variable-speed automatic
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Touring L 4dr Minivan features & specs
Touring L 4dr Minivan
3.6L 6cyl gas/electric hybrid EVT
MPG N/A city / N/A hwy
SeatingSeats 7
TransmissionElectrically variable-speed automatic
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Limited 4dr Minivan features & specs
Limited 4dr Minivan
3.6L 6cyl gas/electric hybrid EVT
MPG N/A city / N/A hwy
SeatingSeats 7
TransmissionElectrically variable-speed automatic
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Our experts’ favorite Pacifica Hybrid safety features:

Forward Collision Warning Plus
Uses a camera and radar to detect imminent collision, issues alerts and primes the brake system. Initiates emergency braking if necessary.
Lane Departure Warning Plus
Warns you if you start to deviate from your lane without using a turn signal. Vibrates the steering wheel to get your attention.
Adaptive Cruise with Stop and Hold
Maintains distance between the Pacifica and the vehicle in front of it. Can bring the Pacifica to a complete stop.
IIHS Rating

The Insurance Institute of Highway Safety uses extensive crash tests to determine car safety.

Side Impact Test
Roof Strength Test
Rear Crash Protection / Head Restraint
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Moderate Overlap Front Test

Chrysler Pacifica Hybrid vs. the competition

Chrysler Pacifica Hybrid vs. Honda Odyssey

Of all the available minivans, the Honda Odyssey probably makes the strongest case against the Pacifica Hybrid. The Odyssey is more comfortable; it has a more versatile seating setup, with available seating for eight passengers; and it's very well-equipped. The Pacifica Hybrid has the mpg edge with a combined EPA rating that's 10 mpg higher than the Honda's. Read Edmunds' long-term road test of the Honda Odyssey.

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Chrysler Pacifica Hybrid vs. Toyota Highlander Hybrid

The Toyota Highlander Hybrid isn't a minivan, but it is one of the only other vehicles with three rows and a hybrid powertrain. Unlike the Pacifica Hybrid, the Highlander Hybrid is not a plug-in model, so you don't get the added benefit of a short EV range. The Highlander is also significantly smaller in the back. Only children will be comfortable in the third row. Another advantage of the Highlander Hybrid is standard all-wheel drive.

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Chrysler Pacifica Hybrid vs. Toyota Sienna

If you're looking for a bargain in the minivan segment that's comfortable and adequately equipped, the Toyota Sienna is a good place to start. While the Sienna is nowhere near as fuel-efficient as the Pacifica Hybrid, it is on par with other minivans in fuel economy. The Sienna is also priced well, with base models costing nearly $10,000 less than a base Pacifica Hybrid. But creature comforts at the base Sienna trim levels will be comparatively sparse.

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Is the Chrysler Pacifica Hybrid a good car?
The Edmunds experts tested the 2019 Pacifica Hybrid both on the road and at the track, giving it a 7.9 out of 10. You probably care about Chrysler Pacifica Hybrid fuel economy, so it's important to know that the Pacifica Hybrid gets an EPA-estimated 30 mpg. What about cargo capacity? When you're thinking about carrying stuff in your new car, keep in mind that the Pacifica Hybrid has 32.3 cubic feet of trunk space. And then there's safety and reliability. Edmunds has all the latest NHTSA and IIHS crash-test scores, plus industry-leading expert and consumer reviews to help you understand what it's like to own and maintain a Chrysler Pacifica Hybrid. Learn more
What's new in the 2019 Chrysler Pacifica Hybrid?

According to Edmunds’ car experts, here’s what’s new for the 2019 Chrysler Pacifica Hybrid:

  • No significant changes for 2019
  • Part of the first-generation Chrysler Pacifica minivan introduced for 2017
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Is the Chrysler Pacifica Hybrid reliable?
To determine whether the Chrysler Pacifica Hybrid is reliable, read Edmunds' authentic consumer reviews, which come from real owners and reveal what it's like to live with the Pacifica Hybrid. Look for specific complaints that keep popping up in the reviews, and be sure to compare the Pacifica Hybrid's average consumer rating to that of competing vehicles. Learn more
Is the 2019 Chrysler Pacifica Hybrid a good car?
There's a lot to consider if you're wondering whether the 2019 Chrysler Pacifica Hybrid is a good car. Edmunds' expert testing team reviewed the 2019 Pacifica Hybrid and gave it a 7.9 out of 10. Safety scores, fuel economy, cargo capacity and feature availability should all be factors in determining whether the 2019 Pacifica Hybrid is a good car for you. Learn more
How much should I pay for a 2019 Chrysler Pacifica Hybrid?

The least-expensive 2019 Chrysler Pacifica Hybrid is the 2019 Chrysler Pacifica Hybrid Touring Plus 4dr Minivan (3.6L 6cyl gas/electric hybrid EVT). Including destination charge, it arrives with a Manufacturer's Suggested Retail Price (MSRP) of about $39,995.

Other versions include:

  • Touring Plus 4dr Minivan (3.6L 6cyl gas/electric hybrid EVT) which starts at $39,995
  • Touring L 4dr Minivan (3.6L 6cyl gas/electric hybrid EVT) which starts at $42,195
  • Limited 4dr Minivan (3.6L 6cyl gas/electric hybrid EVT) which starts at $45,545
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What are the different models of Chrysler Pacifica Hybrid?
If you're interested in the Chrysler Pacifica Hybrid, the next question is, which Pacifica Hybrid model is right for you? Pacifica Hybrid variants include Touring Plus 4dr Minivan (3.6L 6cyl gas/electric hybrid EVT), Touring L 4dr Minivan (3.6L 6cyl gas/electric hybrid EVT), and Limited 4dr Minivan (3.6L 6cyl gas/electric hybrid EVT). For a full list of Pacifica Hybrid models, check out Edmunds’ Features & Specs page. Learn more

More about the 2019 Chrysler Pacifica Hybrid

The 2019 Chrysler Pacifica Hybrid is not only the first hybrid minivan (that alone is a milestone achievement for this class) but it's also a plug-in hybrid. For city dwellers or minivan shoppers who are looking for a leg up in the mpg department, this is a huge deal. The Hybrid doesn't rely solely on its gasoline engine to help generate electricity; it can tap it from the utility company and it's got a significant range to start. When it's fully charged, you can expect to drive about 33 miles on battery power alone. Otherwise, it's very similar to the standard Pacifica minivan, with lots of available safety and tech features. It also has a few minivan tricks up its sleeve.

As a unique vehicle in its own right, the Pacifica Hybrid offers a fairly simple trim structure: three models, with just a few stand-alone options each. The entry-level Touring Plus features keyless entry and ignition, tri-zone automatic climate control, an 8.4-inch touchscreen, Apple CarPlay and Android Auto connectivity, rear parking sensors, blind-spot monitoring and rear cross-traffic alert. For a couple thousand dollars more, you can get the Touring L's power liftgate, heated front seats and leather upholstery. It's a good deal, but you might as well pay a bit more and get the top-trim Limited.

The Limited's exceptional list of added features includes hands-free doors and a hands-free liftgate, ventilated front seats, upgraded leather, adaptive cruise control, automated parking, premium audio and a rear-seat entertainment system. A tri-pane sunroof and larger wheels are the only additional options for this otherwise fully loaded model.

Although most Hybrid models carry a higher MSRP than their non-hybrid counterparts, keep in mind that shoppers buying a new Pacifica Hybrid are eligible for a federal tax credit, in addition to any state or local incentives. That helps reduce the sticker shock on this hybrid minivan. It's also worth noting that there's a big cost difference between electricity and gasoline, so if you're more often than not using the Pacifica's estimated 33-mile electric range, you could go a long time between fill-ups and save a significant amount of money. What's more, the Pacifica Hybrid has an EPA rating of 32 mpg combined, while class leaders such as the Honda Odyssey are rated at 22 mpg combined. Use Edmunds' shopping and comparison tools to better survey the full minivan landscape, but if you want a hybrid minivan, your choice for now is clear.

2019 Chrysler Pacifica Hybrid Overview

The 2019 Chrysler Pacifica Hybrid is offered in the following submodels: Pacifica Hybrid Minivan. Available styles include Touring Plus 4dr Minivan (3.6L 6cyl gas/electric hybrid EVT), Touring L 4dr Minivan (3.6L 6cyl gas/electric hybrid EVT), and Limited 4dr Minivan (3.6L 6cyl gas/electric hybrid EVT).

What do people think of the 2019 Chrysler Pacifica Hybrid?

Consumer ratings and reviews are also available for the 2019 Chrysler Pacifica Hybrid and all its trim types. Overall, Edmunds users rate the 2019 Pacifica Hybrid 4.7 on a scale of 1 to 5 stars. Edmunds consumer reviews allow users to sift through aggregated consumer reviews to understand what other drivers are saying about any vehicle in our database. Detailed rating breakdowns (including performance, comfort, value, interior, exterior design, build quality, and reliability) are available as well to provide shoppers with a comprehensive understanding of why customers like the 2019 Pacifica Hybrid.

Edmunds Expert Reviews

Edmunds experts have compiled a robust series of ratings and reviews for the 2019 Chrysler Pacifica Hybrid and all model years in our database. Our rich content includes expert reviews and recommendations for the 2019 Pacifica Hybrid featuring deep dives into trim levels and features, performance, mpg, safety, interior, and driving. Edmunds also offers expert ratings, road test and performance data, long-term road tests, first-drive reviews, video reviews and more.

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Should I lease or buy a 2019 Chrysler Pacifica Hybrid?

Is it better to lease or buy a car? Ask most people and they'll probably tell you that car buying is the way to go. And from a financial perspective, it's true, provided you're willing to make higher monthly payments, pay off the loan in full and keep the car for a few years. Leasing, on the other hand, can be a less expensive option on a month-to-month basis. It's also good if you're someone who likes to drive a new car every three years or so.

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