Chrysler Grand Voyager Buyer's Guide

Owner Reviews
4.7
3 Reviews
Overall
4.7
Value
4.7
Performance
3.7
Style
4.3
Comfort
4.7
Fuel Economy
4.0
Reliability
4.7

Chrysler Grand Voyager Owner Ratings & Reviews

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1990 Chrysler Grand Voyager - Chrysler Grand Voyager is the all-purpose family car!

Andrew
Waskom, Texas
Overall
4.0
Value
5.0
Performance
4.0
Style
4.0
Comfort
5.0
Fuel Economy
4.0
Reliability
5.0
The Chrysler Grand Voyage is the perfect all-purpose family car! We purchased one just prior to having our first child, and we were continually thankful that we did. Features of the car that were most important to us include: Space—plenty of room for multiple passengers, child-rearing equipment, toys, baby seats, dog carriers, camping equipment, etc. There was also plenty of room to move about the inside of the car while the vehicle is in motion, especially important when the baby drops the pacifier, spits up on its bib, or just needs another toy. Room— never feel cramped up in a small space with a noisy bunch of rambunctious youth. Quiet—the insulation is sufficient to bear up under one of those crying days and reduced road noise to enable family members to communicate with others in... (more)
Story
We drove from the lake to our home, two hours away, carrying family and a tank filled with live fish we caught on the lake. We eagerly transported this catch home to put in our 55 -gallon tank, so we could watch the development of the fish as a life lesson for the children. An unexpected quick turn caused the fish tank to turn on its side and empty 20 gallons of water and a handful of fish ont... (more)
Pros
Spacious. Dependable. Flexible. All-purpose. Safe. Quiet. Reasonable gas mileage.
Cons
Not the most sporty in appearance but more of a functional winner. Could be more fuel efficient. Engine was not the most powerful and did not fair well when towing a camper up the mountain side, but it rolled downhill quite well.

2000 Chrysler Grand Voyager - One of the best vehicles I have ever owned.

Mathew
Longview, Washington
Overall
5.0
Value
4.0
Performance
3.0
Style
4.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
4.0
Reliability
4.0
I love the easy access all around the vehicle. Two sliding doors (one on each side) give easy access to the passenger area. The back area behind the passenger seating is spacious. I love the alternate power port in the back near the door, allowing me to plug in an air pump if I encounter a problem with tire pressure. Ample cup holders throughout the vehicle. Additional storage is also present for passengers to use while traveling. Electric powered windows a plus, allowing driver to even open back windows with a touch of the button. Very comfortable bench seating in back passenger area. Nice interior, well made carpet and upholstery. The electric mirrors and front seat adjustments very accessible and quick to use when changing drivers. The radio is great with clear sound but does not pl... (more)
Story
I had an appointment after working a graveyard shift. I went directly to the appointment after leaving work because I was not familiar with the area and was worried about getting lost and being late for the appointment. I needn't of worried. Everything went smoothly. Every light I came to was green, the traffic was light and I had no trouble locating my destination. I even found a parking spot... (more)
Pros
Drives well with little road noise. Great mileage. I get 19 mpg in the city and 25 on the highway. I love the spacious design and all the light switches, alternate power port, multiple cup holders throughout vehicle. Can alternate to economy mode to save fuel.
Cons
Windows in the back, although can be opened with power switch, they only open a very little amount and do not provide as much air flow as I would like when parked. I wish the side doors also had an option of opening windows on the doors. Must have key in ignition to open windows. Does not come with CD player as standard option.

2002 Chrysler Grand Voyager - Love this van.

Blake
Martinsburg, West Virginia
Overall
5.0
Value
5.0
Performance
4.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
5.0
Fuel Economy
4.0
Reliability
5.0
I bought this car/van from my mom. She had a whole bunch of options put into it, so it is loaded. My favorite added feature is the heated seats. We live in an area that has moderate winter, so the warmth is really appreciated in the cold winter mornings. This has been a very reliable vehicle. It has taken the kids and their instruments to school and band practice, run us all over town, moved kids to college, packed groceries for hungry boys and hungry band kids, and generally taken a lot of abuse. It will hold seven people comfortably or two and the contents of a booth for a craft fair. It drives well on wet roads. It is good on snow, except when there is ice underneath or when the road crews haven't cleared well. Then again, that may be a driver problem. Our road crews aren'... (more)
Story
Have had it so long that my kids would not recognize me driving anything else. Neighbor's dogs somehow recognize the sound of the engine and comes to the fence before they can see the car.
Pros
Love the heated seats. Great A/C and air circulation throughout. Plenty of storage in the rear. Seats fold down or can be removed for more storage. Very comfortable ride for all riders. Like being able to control temp back from back seat and each side temp in front. Love the in-car CD player, too.
Cons
Seat belts are designed for tall people. They are adjustable down but still uncomfortable for my 5'5" frame. Leg room in back can be limited if front seats are all the way back. We are a tall family (except me). Interior lighting at night is inadequate and bothers the driver.

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