The Chrysler Pacifica's Interior Palette is Inspired by the American Landscape

Chrysler turned the minivan market upside down with the introduction of the brand new 2017 Chrysler Pacifica; this innovative new spin on the tired old minivan of yesteryear has created a whole new generation of minivan-loving drivers from all over the country. The Pacifica's design team decided to take a cue from the many beautiful parts of America that they knew families would be traveling to in their new Pacifica models, and looked to the American landscape to inspire the colors and materials used in the Chrysler Pacifica's interior design.

Representing the gorgeous coastal city of Santa Monica, CA, the first landscape-inspired interior features a color scheme of Cognac/Alloy colors with Liquid Titanium accents and Toffee stitching, while the Black/Alloy scheme with Mineral Shitake accents and Sepia stitching was inspired by the streets of Soho, New York. Sonoma County, California's rolling hills of the wine country can be seen in the inspired Black/Alloy scheme with Cranberry Wine accents, stitching, and piping, while the beauty of Juneau, Alaska is reflected in the Black/Alloy scheme with Anodized Ice Cave accents, Ice Blue stitching, and black piping. The Southwest also served as inspiration for a Black/Deep Mocha scheme with Liquid Titanium accents and Diesel Grey stitching and piping that remind us of the colors of Santa Fe, New Mexico. We invite you to visit Dishman Dodge Ram Chrysler Jeep in Spokane, WA to see the all-new 2017 Chrysler Pacifica for yourself; our friendly sales team will help you select the best color scheme for you, while our experienced finance team will work to find the right loan or lease.

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