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Chrysler | October 30 2017

Minivan Monday: Dressing up the Chrysler Pacifica

When the Chrysler Pacifica was introduced, it caught the eye of the automotive world with its stylish, bold and athletic design.

The minivan’s new look also provided a new platform for those who like to take their standard vehicle and “dress it up” by dropping it lower to the ground, applying new graphics or just adding new accessories to make the Pacifica more functional for families.

While these aftermarket accessories may not be as elaborate as some costumes worn by children and adults this week for Halloween, some are just as creative and eye-catching.

Here are some examples:

Fatchance’s take on the Pacifica:

Mopar also got into the fun with a modified Pacifica for the 2016 Specialty Equipment Market Association (SEMA) show. More than 100 accessories, custom graphics and large wheels were utilized for the Chrysler Pacifica Cadence concept.

Custom Mopar graphics are wrapped on the exterior of the Chrysler Pacifica Cadence.

There are also some more subtle Mopar accessories available to Pacifica owners to personalize their minivan with a variety of items, including a front air deflector, roof top cargo basket and roof basket cargo net.

Chrysler Pacifica front air deflector

Have you customized your Pacifica? Does it have a spooky appearance for Halloween? The team at Cars.com dressed up a Pacifica to look like the Joker:

Or did you decorate the tailgate for a trunk or treat?

Share your photos of your costumed, customized or personalized Pacifica on our Facebook page or Twitter page.

Edward Cardenas

Hello from the Motor City! I’m Edward Cardenas and I’m multimedia editor for FCA US. As a lifelong Detroiter, I have been surrounded by the automotive industry. I’ve had members of my immediate and extended family work in the industry. I’ve covered it as a journalist and advocated for it
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Hello from the Motor City! I’m Edward Cardenas and I’m multimedia editor for FCA US. As a lifelong Detroiter, I have been surrounded by the automotive industry. I’ve had members of my immediate and extended family work in the industry. I’ve covered it as a journalist and advocated for it as a communications professional. I have also experienced the thrills of the industry while riding in a race car at nearly 200 miles per hour. Having this breadth of experience, I look forward to drawing upon my experiences to bring a wide range of stories, photos and videos about Chrysler, FIAT and Alfa Romeo to FCA Digital Media. When I’m not covering my brands, I’m spending time with my wife and two boys.