Interior Protection Package on 2017 Chrysler Pacifica

demosthenes810demosthenes810 Member Posts: 3
edited February 2017 in Chrysler
I purchased the interior protection package for the Chrysler Pacifica and wanted to share some feedback as I saw questions on it elsewhere.

The protection package essentially replaces the regular floot mats with rubberized ones. The floor mats are not edge to edge like you would get from a custom weathertech setup - they do curve up at the edges etc which is good, but it isn't as good as getting customer mats put in.

For the price I dunno...I've never done customer floor mats. But at $1000 I imagine you could do similar for cheaper. It is nice to have the chrysler logo, and in particular it is nice that they click into position using the floor mat holders that are built into the car, so any custom mat purchase you would want the same.

For me it was worth it, in part because I don't want the hassle of getting something else later and also because of the click lock in, but definitely not a requirement and if you want really top quality floor protection, probably something like weather tech would be better from what I've seen advertised.


  • Mr_ShiftrightMr_Shiftright Member Posts: 64,481
    I think such decisions depend on the needs of the owner. On vans getting a lot of family traffic, I can see the need for it. And you do have a point about the convenience of having it installed by the dealer. Not sure the fancy door sills or the Cargo container is worth it, though--those jack up the price and I don't know how useful they are.

    I didn't think that package costs quite that much. I thought it was around $700.
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