2003 Chrysler Voyager LX Popular 4dr Minivan (3.3L 6cyl 4A)
Bought it with 130,000 on the clock, and would still be driving it if it wasn't for Hurricane Sandy. For a minivan, it did what I wanted: hauled my family and stuff in reasonable comfort for a relative minimum of maintenance hassle. Watch that underside-stowed spare tire: it rusts harder than granite. It drove less than confidently in snow. Had to have the exhaust manifold replaced at about 140,000, but otherwise required no serious work. Overall, it gave me what I wanted.
Passenger and cargo room, comfortable in front, ease of ownership, dual-zone temperature controls
SPARE TIRE STORAGE, easier to remove seats, more rear seat legroom, trailer hitch and roof rack should be standard, passenger side power window was finicky
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