The Pacifica comes in four different trim levels that take it from somewhat basic to full-on luxury.
The base Pacifica Touring comes with several notable standard features, including keyless entry, heated exterior mirrors, 17-inch steel wheels, a backup camera, blind-spot monitoring, rear cross-traffic alert, a 60/40 split-fold third-row seat, a USB media hub, dual-zone climate control, a 6-speaker stereo with noise cancellation, voice command-activated Bluetooth, Apple CarPlay and Android Auto and a 7-inch infotainment touchscreen.
The Touring Plus trim costs just a smidge more than the LX and features powered sliding doors, SiriusXM satellite radio and automatic high beams. The Touring L trim adds leather seating surfaces, nicer wheels, a power rear liftgate, heated first-row seats, and additional exterior chrome.
The Touring L Plus ups the ante even more and really starts to take the Pacifica into luxury vehicle territory. It adds a Uconnect theater system with wireless streaming, a 13-speaker Alpine sound system, a power front passenger seat, heated second row seats, and a heated steering wheel.
The top-of-the-line Limited version adds Napa leather seating surfaces, ventilated front seats, power third-row seats, a navigation system, hands-free powered liftgate and sliding side doors, a built-in vacuum cleaner and a tri-pane panoramic sunroof.
Pacifica Hybrid models are offered only in Touring Plus, Touring L and Limited trims.
Options are generous on the Pacifica, and several notable packages are also available. Stand-outs include a 760-watt Harman/Kardon 20-speaker stereo, dual panoramic sunroofs, an advanced safety package with all manner of electronic safety aids and a tow package that includes a trailer sway control system to keep everything in check out back.