2002 Chrysler Voyager

  • 2002 Chrysler Voyager Base Minivan

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      2.4L I4
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  • 2002 Chrysler Voyager eC Minivan

    eC Minivan

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      2.4L I4
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  • 2002 Chrysler Voyager LX Minivan

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      3.3L V6
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2002 Chrysler Voyager Review

A no-frills transport for tight-budgeted families.

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The 2002 Chrysler Voyager is a minivan that offers three models: the Base, eC, and the LX. It only comes in a short-body with front-drive and V-6 or four-cylinder engine; an extended-wheelbase and all-wheel-drive aren’t available. In 2001, Chrysler added some options to its list such as a four-cylinder motor and seating for five passengers; however, it has few other amenities.

The 2002 Chrysler Voyager provide a stereo and air-conditioning as standard on the base model and the eC. The LX adds anti-lock brakes, power windows, power mirrors, power locks, and cruise control, and extenders for the sun visor are a bonus feature. The four-cylinder engine gets a bit noisy when pushed, so if full-capacity loads are used, the V-6 engine would provide more muscle and quieter performance. It's reasonably quiet, but at times road and wind noise are apparent. Past problems seem resolved. 2002 models seem refined and well-built, and they boast agile handling and a supple ride. For the value, these comfortable shuttles deserve a look, especially if money is a consideration.

The Range

Body Styles: minivan
Engines: 2.4-liter four-cylinder, 3.3-liter V-6
Transmissions: three-speed automatic, four-speed automatic
Models: Chrysler Voyager eC, Chrysler Voyager Base, Chrysler Voyager LX

What's New

The 2002 Chrysler Voyager add power-adjustable pedals in the eC.


The 2002 Chrysler Voyager has typical minivan styling, and the body color choices can change the outer appearance to suit any taste and preference. Each model comes with 15-inch steel wheels, a rear liftgate door, variable intermittent wipers, and all-season tires. The LX and base comes with the painted sport-finish bumpers, while the LX adds a rear defogger. The dual-sliding doors on the side are standard on each model, and a power-operated sliding door is optional. The power doors have a manual override function so that the door can open by hand if desired. In addition, the obstacle detection feature is equipped with the power doors in order to prevent injuries.


The 2002 Chrysler Voyager offers enough space for seating passengers very comfortably. The seating configurations vary among the models. Available options include bucket seats, Quad Command seating, and bench seats. The 50/50-split bench is optional for third-row seating in all of the models. The Quad Command replaces the general bench seat with second-row bucket seats. The beginning base trim level gets power steering, cargo net, air-conditioning, folding third-row seating, dual vanity mirrors, and a four-speaker stereo system. Taking a step up to the eC adds a folding rear seatback. The upper-level LX gains an electric rear defroster, power windows, cruise control, tilt steering, a cargo area light, a six-speaker stereo system, and power windows, locks, and doors.

Performance & Handling

The 2002 Chrysler Voyager provides two very distinct powertrains; the base model and eC models have a 2.4-liter, four-cylinder, dual-overhead-cam that produces 150 horsepower. The engine comes matched with a three-speed automatic transmission. The alternative is a 3.3-liter four-cylinder that makes 150 hp and comes with a four-speed automatic transmission. Both of the engines can stand up to the rivals in power and performance. The handling and is secure and confident, and the engines give a very lively acceleration.


The 2002 Chrysler Voyager come with numerous safety features as standard equipment. Every model has installed child seat anchors, child safety locks for the rear doors, electronic brake force distribution, and headrests in the front and rear. Anti-lock brakes come standard on the LX and are optional for the base model. Belt pretensioners for front seat and seat tethers in both back row seating are standard. Side airbags are optional and front airbags use dual-stage inflation.

EPA Fuel Economy

Chrysler Voyager eC: 17/24 mpg city/highway
Chrysler Voyager Base: 17/23 mpg city/highway
Chrysler Voyager LX: 16/22 mpg city/highway

You'll Like

  • Handling is surprisingly agile
  • Priced low
  • V-6 has quiet ride

You Won't Like

  • Reliability is uncertain
  • Options and features are limited
  • Cabin materials are cheap

Sum Up

A no-frills transport for tight-budgeted families.

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