Chrysler's three-vehicle lineup is one of the smallest in the industry, yet the company's commitment to entry-level luxury distinguishes itself from other auto manufacturers. Although the 300 large sedan and Pacifica minivan compete with mainstream brands, the higher trims of either car can compete with entry-level luxury cars.
Least Expensive: The most accessible model in the Chrysler family is the Voyager minivan, which represents the lower end of the Pacifica lineup. Starting at around $28,000, it retains all the bare necessities families need and is also marketed for fleet use.
Best Fuel Economy: The Pacifica is the only plug-in hybrid minivan on the market, and it's the most efficient vehicle in Chrysler's fleet. It's rated for 82 mpg-e combined running on gas and electricity, and it'll travel up to 32 miles on electricity alone.
Popular: The full-size Pacifica minivan is the brand's best-selling vehicle, after replacing the Town & Country nameplate for the 2017 model year.
Most Expensive: The three-row Pacifica minivan, with every option box checked including the available built-in vacuum cleaner can crest $50,000, making it the most expensive model in Chrysler's lineup.