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108,058 Miles
$2,900

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$2,995

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West Seneca, NY
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Sturbridge, MA
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Fair Oaks, CA
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$5,900

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$900

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Plymouth Voyager Buyer's Guide

Owner Reviews
3.9
18 Reviews
Overall
3.9
Value
4.0
Performance
3.7
Style
2.9
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
3.4
Reliability
3.7

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1996 Plymouth Voyager - Practicality Plus

M. M.
55801
Overall
5.0
Value
5.0
Performance
3.0
Style
3.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
3.0
Reliability
3.0
Have had this van for over 3 years now, and have found it to be a great vehicle. It's only drawback is that it's old, has very high mileage at this point, and is needing more repairs at this point than it may be worth. I did not like the body styling of these vans when they first came out, but once I drove this one, my overall opinion of them changed. They are well designed...Practical, comfortable, and just down to earth good. When I have done repairs on the vehicle myself, I have found parts readily available, and usually reasonably priced. As long as I went with good instructions on the repairs have gone well. A very reliable vehicle, and when needs repairs/maintenance, they are usually tolerable in that regard as well.
Story
Actually, the best two memories with this van are nothing overly exciting. Had to travel to Nevada from Wisconsin a couple years ago at the spur of the moment. Changed the oil before I left and even went into California while I was out there. 5000 Mile round trip in the end and not really a flaw the whole way. Even through the mountains. Just was so impressed with how reliable it was even with... (more)
Pros
Positives of this van: -comfortable -well designed - inside in particular. All necessities are easy to reach from driver seat -loads of room for the vehicle size. I have hauled a ton of stuff around with this van. -Very reliable overall. -Parts are readily available, and repairs are decent, whether doing yourself or having someone else do them. -Overall great value for the vehicle - whether new or used.
Cons
Not many negatives about this particular van -It's the Plymouth variety of minivan, and Chrysler no longer makes this brand, so you'd have to go Dodge or Chrysler with a newer van. Minor issue, but the Plymouth brand was a good brand and I would miss it in a newer van. -Vans may have certain issues, but searching online can find either fixes or workarounds for some of those issues. -Need to make sure to use the proper motor transmission fluid, as many people were using improper fluid for years, so if buying a used van, you want to know it's history in that regard.

1999 Plymouth Voyager - Great family van for the price

Joy
New York, New York
Overall
3.0
Value
4.0
Performance
4.0
Style
2.0
Comfort
3.0
Fuel Economy
3.0
Reliability
3.0
We've had this van in the family for about 8 years now. I can say with confidence that, for its age, it is a very good car that has served our family and our needs well. We've used it to travel very far distances on road trips, and never had it break down on us. It ran very smoothly until about 2 years ago when it finally started to show its age. I feel that I have gotten my full money's worth with this van. When it finally started to wear down and give problems, I feel like it was a snowball effect. The van still runs well overall, but there has been some issues with the A/C, power windows, and starter trouble. After taking it to the mechanic it will work well for a while, then the squeaking cricket noises will come back and all the issues start up again. This happens a few times a year.
Story
I can't really think of anything at the moment.
Pros
I bought this car to use for my family, work and travel and it has never let me down. The van's performance is normally good if you don't have engine or transmission problem. If it is maintained well you shouldn’t have major issues with it. It is relatively easy to maintain. It has given me a lot of pleasure with family road trips every year. It hasn't been without problems but that is a given when using a used and old working vehicle. It has been reliable and gets the job done right.
Cons
One or more power windows may stop working due to a failed window motor or regulator. In some cases these items are replaced entirely. Also, the van started making a really annoying and persistent cricket noise when starting, and continuously while driving, especially when idle. Also there was starter trouble. Sometimes it started right up, other times it winds up and doesn't start at all. It would work perfectly one day, then would not start the next day. It is kind of sudden, even the mechanic doesn't fully understand this, as he worked on it and it was okay afterwards.

1999 Plymouth Voyager - The last legs of a painful Voyage: drive this car into the ground.

Henry
Urbana, Illinois
Overall
2.0
Value
4.0
Performance
3.0
Style
1.0
Comfort
3.0
Fuel Economy
4.0
Reliability
2.0
This was a quality vehicle ten years ago. After a lifetime of family use, road trips, and daily commutes, this poor beast is finally starting to fall apart. What was once a noble steed is now a sickly animal, soon to be shipped to the glue factory. While there are many great things about this car, the maintenance that is required to keep it running (plus all of the cosmetic damage) are a daily stress and embarrassment.
Story
I used this van to tour with a band for a weekend. It's great for road trips and long-distance vacations.
Pros
This is a van that has a ton of storage space. Also, for the mileage and how old it is, the engine and transmission are still doing pretty well. With high-mileage protection oil, it runs very smoothly. It also has a decent stereo and plenty of leg room. I use this car as a musician, and it is incredible for moving big, oddly shaped instruments, or a whole crew of musicians.
Cons
The starter and muffler both went out shortly after I bought this car, so a big con is the amount of maintenance costs that have gone into this cheap car. The are also a significant amount of rust spots on the vehicle. There are rust holes in the door and by the trunk handle. There are tons of scratches and dents. I don't care too much for cosmetic perfection, but the car could not look much more rough. At least the paint isn't chipping away.

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