2018 Chrysler Model Changes
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A new entry-level model, 300 Touring downgrades to a cloth seats, no seat heaters and 17-inch wheels. A new Touring L adds back the leather seats and 18-inch wheels, basically replacing last year's Limited, which is now kicked up a notch.
Adaptive cruise control, forward collision warning with Active Braking, auto high beams and rain sensitive wipers are now also offered on 300 Limited. 20-inch wheels, Heated rear seats, ventilated front seats, driver's memory seats, mirrors, steering wheel and side mirrors that tilt down in reverse are now standard on Limited.
Automatic dimming inside rearview mirror is now standard on all models.
Parksense Rear Park Assist (backup sonar warning) with automatic braking, Blind Spot Monitoring and Rear Cross Path Warning are now standard on all Pacifica models. Front Parksense is now optional on non-Hybrid Touring L and all Limited.
4G LTE unlimited data internet is available, now, from AT&T.
New base "L" model and a new "Touring Plus Hybrid." "Hybrid Limited Platinum" is now just "Hybrid Limited." Automatic Start-Stop engine feature is now standard on all but Pacifica L.
Rear air conditioning and passenger front auto up/down window cost extra on Pacifica L. Pacifica L doesn't offer power driver's seat, driver's adjustable lumbar, steering wheel audio controls, or Stow-n-Go second row seats (the seats are removable, like in the Hybrid).
Touring L now offers rain sensitive wipers, adaptive cruise control.
Android Auto and Apple CarPlay are standard on all models.