Chrysler and Dodge minivans will receive exclusive editionsFebruary 10, 2019
Special versions of American minivans, which are dedicated to the 35th anniversary of their creation, will receive, among other things, a black interior with a line of color “cranberry wine”.
The Chrysler Pacifica / Pacifica Hybrid and Dodge Grand Caravan 2019 celebrate the 35th anniversary of their creation. According to official data, the automaker has sold 14.6 million of these family cars since their appearance in the distant 1984.
Anniversary versions of these American minivans will appear at dealers this summer.
The 35th Anniversary version is available in Touring L, Touring L Plus and Limited trim levels for the Chrysler Pacifica and Pacifica Hybrid minivan (pictured). Cars get unique badges that prove that this is a special modification of the model. Chrysler emblems are painted in Chrome with a glossy black insert in the front and back, the interior is made in a black theme and can boast upholstery in McKinley leather and Nappa leather with the stitching cranberry wine. The rugs are embroidered with the 35th Anniversary emblem. Customers can also purchase the S Appearance package, which adds black body accents.
The Dodge Grand Caravan 35th Anniversary is available for SE and SXT. These minivans also received special badges, as well as bright metal trim on the grille. They are equipped with 17-inch silver rims.
As in the Pacifica, these special Grand Caravans have a black interior with a cranberry wine. Piano Black trim adorns the center console, and the 35th Anniversary logo adorns the front mats.
Over the past 35 years, 6 generations of Chrysler minivans have been introduced, which have become symbols of their segment. Now, the share of these two cars accounts for 55% of the entire segment – statistics for 2018.
Not so long ago, we wrote about the large-scale recall of the concern Fiat Chrysler, which will affect 882 thousand cars around the world.
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