Chrysler isn't letting go of its minivan legacy. At this point, that's about all the brand has left in its portfolio.
The thin lineup, which got even thinner when Chrysler 200 production ended in December 2016, is getting an addition this year: the resurrected Voyager nameplate targeting entry-level buyers and fleet customers.
The aging 300 sedan, meanwhile, lives for another few years with cosmetic updates.
300: The 2020 model receives the new Red S appearance package that gives the interior a burst of color with red leather seats. The vehicle also gets three new paint options. But production is slated to stop by the end of 2022.
Pacifica/Pacifica hybrid: The Limited trim gets a new Red S package, which features Rodeo Red Nappa leather seats, for the 2020 model year. FCA said the honeycomb grille now comes standard on Pacifica hybrid models. A dual-pane panoramic sunroof option is available on Pacifica gasoline models. An all-wheel-drive version is said to be in the works and could go into production in mid-2020 for a third-quarter launch, a forecaster said. The minivans will likely receive midcycle freshenings for the 2021 model year.