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Front-Wheel Drive Pacifica Limited Hits Showrooms Next Month

February 2, 2006

Chrysler Group is expanding the 2006 Chrysler Pacifica lineup, adding another option for crossover customers. The Chrysler Pacifica Limited model with front-wheel drive lands in dealer showrooms this March."The addition of the Chrysler Pacifica Limited with front-wheel drive offers consumers more choices," said Ann Fandozzi, Director, Chrysler Marketing and Product Planning. "Some of our customers have told us they wanted the top-of-the-line Chrysler Pacifica Limited, but didn't have a need for all-wheel drive. The new front-wheel-drive option on the Chrysler Pacifica Limited model fills that niche." The U.S. Manufacturer's Suggested Retail Price (MSRP) for the Chrysler Pacifica Limited with front-wheel drive is $34,810 (excluding $730 destination fee). The Chrysler Pacifica has received the U.S. government's highest crash test rating of five stars for frontal and side impacts (when equipped with supplemental three-row side curtain air bags), and the highest rating among vehicles tested in its class for rollover (four stars). With an entry-level five-passenger Chrysler Pacifica model, a nicely equipped six-passenger Touring model and a top-of-the-line Limited model, the Chrysler Pacifica offers the best features of an SUV, car and minivan all rolled into one stylish vehicle.
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