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Plymouth Voyager (1996–2000)

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Plymouth Voyager/Plymouth Grand Voyager/Chrysler Voyager/Chrysler Grand Voyager. 1996–2000 (prod. n/a). 5-door MPV, 5-door LWB MPV. F/F, 2429 cm³ (I4 DOHC), 2972 cm³ (V6 OHC), 3301, 3778 cm³ (V6 OHV). More curvaceous and modern, as Chrysler updated its minivans for 1996. Sliding door on both sides now, enhancing Voyager’s export prospects as well as convenience for LHD buyers. Lots of room and well thought out, and decent ride, but fuel economy left something to be desired. V6s (3·8 from 1999) had good acceleration. Aimed more at the budget end of the market with base and SE trims; the Chrysler Town & Country of these years did the luxury duty; the Dodge Caravan was the sportier variant. Dual airbags and ABS as standard originally, but the latter became an option during 1996. More equipment in 1998, 1999 and 2000, with the final year seeing air conditioning and seven-passenger seating as standard. Plymouth badge replaced by Chrysler in 2000.


Manufacturing locations: St Louis, Missouri, USA; Windsor, Ontario, Canada

Marque: Plymouth | Model: Plymouth Voyager | Predecessor: Plymouth Voyager (1984–95) | Successor: Chrysler Voyager (2001–3)





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