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Chrysler Voyager

The Chrysler Voyager minivan began as a Plymouth in the model year 1984. It is one of Chrysler Corporation’s biggest sellers. Car and Driver magazine named the Plymouth Voyager to its Ten Best list in 1985. At that time, Chrysler minivans tapped into a new segment of the market by offering a family vehicle with far more interior space than sedans. Families responded to Chrysler’s minivans; record-breaking sales were instrumental to Chrysler’s resurgence in the 1980s.

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Chrysler Voyager Origins

When Plymouth’s future was in jeopardy, in 2000, Chrysler took over production of the Voyager. This gave Chrysler the advantage of having a minivan at both ends of the price spectrum: a low-end minivan (the Voyager) and the Town & Country at the upscale end of the market. During the 2000 model year, the Voyager was sold as both a Plymouth and a Chrysler.

Chrysler introduced the Voyager, a shortened-wheelbase minivan, in 2000. Originally made by Plymouth, the Voyager was rebranded as a Chrysler when Plymouth ceased operations. Available in a base model and SE model, the Chrysler Voyager offers a great value to minivan buyers. Seating seven, it comes equipped with a 2.4-liter, four-cylinder engine and a three-speed automatic transmission.

The Chrysler Voyager ceased production after model year 2003.

About the Chrysler Voyager

The Chrysler Voyager is known for providing a "value-driven" minivan for customers. It offers good handling at an affordable price. The T-Plus Value Package includes a 3.3-liter V-6 FlexFuel engine and a four-speed automatic transmission. Additional features in the package include power windows, power door locks, power mirrors, cloth interior, cruise control, and a tilt steering wheel.

Standard equipment on the 2000 Chrysler Voyager Base model includes a 2.4-liter, 4-cylinder engine and a three-speed automatic transmission. Also included are bucket seats, power steering, power brakes, 14-inch wheels, driver and passenger front airbags, intermittent wipers, a rear window wiper, and an AM/FM/Cassette audio system.

Optional equipment offers a choice of either a 3.0-liter V-6 engine, a 3.3-liter V-6 engine, or a 3.3-liter Flex Fuel V-6 engine. Additional options include daytime running lights, self-leveling suspension, cruise control, a tilt steering wheel, the Camper/Towing package, two child seats, power windows and door locks, power heated mirrors, keyless entry, a sliding driver side door, four-wheel ABS, a four-speed automatic transmission, air-conditioning, and a roof rack.

Chrysler Voyager Features

The 2003 Chrysler Voyager LX Value minivan comes equipped with a 2.4-liter, four-cylinder engine and a four-speed automatic transmission. It offers EPA mileage estimates of 18/25 mpg city/highway. The suspension consists of front independent suspension with modified MacPherson struts.

Standard equipment includes 15-inch wheels, variable intermittent wipers, an intermittent rear wiper, ventilated front disc/rear drum brakes, electronic brakeforce distribution, two front headrests, two rear headrests, front integrated headrests, cloth front bucket seats, a folding rear seatback, and one-piece folding third row seats.

Additional features include a front console with storage, power steering, two interior power outlets (one located in the front and one in the rear), power steering, air-conditioning, front reading lights, a cargo-area light, dual vanity mirrors, and an AM/FM/CD audio system.

The Chrysler Voyager LX Popular contains a 3.3-liter, 180 hp V-6 engine and a four-speed automatic transmission. It offers EPA estimates of 17/24 mpg in city/highway. The front-wheel drive vehicle features an independent front suspension with modified MacPherson struts. Cargo capacity stands at 15.3 cubic feet (with all the seats in place) and a maximum cargo capacity of 146.7 cubic feet.

Standard equipment on the Voyager LX Popular includes 15-inch wheels, ventilated front disc/rear drum brakes with electronic brakeforce distribution, variable intermittent wipers, a rear defogger, power opening rear quarter windows, an intermittent rear wiper, a rear liftgate, child seat anchors, rear door child safety locks, two front headrests, two rear headrests, and front integrated headrests.

The Voyager offers cloth seating, bucket front seats, and one-piece folding third row seats. Additional standard equipment includes air-conditioning, remote power door locks, heated power mirrors, power steering, power windows, a tilt/adjustable steering wheel with cruise functions, cruise control, a cargo net, a front console with storage, front door pockets, front and rear 12V power outlets, a cargo light, front reading lights, a tachometer, clock, mast antenna, and an AM/FM/CD audio system with six speakers.

Chrysler Voyager Evolution

From 1984 to 1999, Chrysler’s Plymouth division produced the Voyager. The T-Plus Value package was introduced for the 2000 model year, when the van was marketed in the U.S. as both a Chrysler and a Plymouth.

The 2001 model houses a 3.3-liter V-6 engine, which offers more power to the Voyager. Dual sliding doors, side airbags, and an improved suspension all work together to enhance the van’s safety, comfort, and performance. The body is also sleeker than that of previous models, resulting in a very attractive package for consumers.

In 2002, Chrysler released the eC model, offering a lower purchase price. It doesn’t offer many frills, but it is designed to lure the budget-minded purchaser. The eC model did not carry over into the 2003 model year (which was the final year of production for the Voyager).

Select a Chrysler Voyager Year

2003 Chrysler Voyager

Minivan/Van

The 2003 Chrysler Voyager is the lower-priced cousin of the Chrysler Town & Country.

2002 Chrysler Voyager

Minivan/Van

The 2002 Chrysler Voyager is a minivan that offers three models: the Base, eC, and the LX.

2001 Chrysler Voyager

Minivan/Van

The 2001 Chrysler Voyager serves as the smaller, cheaper alternative to the Chrysler Town & Country.

2000 Chrysler Voyager

Minivan/Van

Expect a redesign next year, as competition has finally taken over the Chrysler minivan product.

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