by Tor on Aug 23, 2007 Vehicle: 1993 Plymouth Grand Voyager SE 3dr Minivan
I purchased this van from a family member and had it shipped via rail across the country. It already had a rebuilt tranny, I just recently replaced it. (thus making it the 3rd including the original) Rides like new, drives like new, looks like new too! (except for the peeling paint on the roof...) All accessories function great, never needed any major repairs. (other than trannys) Will soon need new suspension (replacing original), new brakes (3 yrs. old), new computer (shifting issues with the new rebuilt)
by Annie R on Sep 13, 2006 Vehicle: 1993 Plymouth Grand Voyager SE 3dr Minivan
This van has 179K miles on it and is still going. We've done expected repairs and replacements on it, nothing too extensive (rebuilt transmission right after purchase, that was the most expensive). Way more comfortable than new minivans we've rented to take a couple of trips. Heater never has worked well, which is a pain if you're driving in winter at night (takes 30 minutes to warm up!). A/C only blows from the dash, so back of car can get pretty warm in summer. We will drive this until it DIES.
by Hotwinger on Dec 7, 2004 Vehicle: 1993 Plymouth Grand Voyager SE 3dr Minivan AWD
This is the second AWD Plymouth Minivan that I"ve owned. The previous one a1991. It is too bad that Chrysler is no longer making AWD available on the 2005 models. These are excellent all weather vehicles and by far more useful than any SUV out there. I'm surprised the automotive press did not heap more praise on these totally capable vehicles. Besides the typical belts and hoses I've had 50,000 miles of trouble free use and now have 158,000 miles on it. It will still make someone a good winter car as I'm replacing it with a'97 Town & Country LXI AWD with less miles. The major design flaw was the rear heater tubes that rust out. I replaced them twice.
by hdwr2784 on Dec 31, 2003 Vehicle: 1993 Plymouth Grand Voyager SE 3dr Minivan
We bought this vehicle from our
mechanic. My only concern was the
possible transmisson problems that had
plauged these vans. He assured me that
he had gone through the van stem to
stern. We have put 15000 mile on it in
9 months, and have only replaced two
tires, front brakes and recharged the
A/C! I am very impressed, and will own
more Chrysler products.
by JBJRIO on Jun 13, 2002 Vehicle: 1993 Plymouth Grand Voyager LE 3dr Minivan
The Plymouth Voyager is a well built
reliable vehicle. I have enjoyed
using it as a family vehicle, but it
is also versatile as a vehicle for
hauling materials for home improvement
projects and for moving my daughter to
and from college. The seats come out
relatively easy revealing a huge cargo
area. The third row seat is pretty
large, but it is managable.
Front occupants benefit from height-adjustable seatbelts, while rear shoulder belts get lower-mounted anchors to make them more comfortable. On vans equipped with the second-row captain's chairs, there is now a tilt feature to allow for easier access to the third row. New options include a CD player and sportier suspension tuning. Air conditioner units switch to non-CFC refrigerator and get quieter, more powerful fans. In addition, AWD models can be equipped with a rear air conditioner to keep backseat occupants happy. Finally, AWD vans are eligible for a decor package that comes with five-spoke alloy wheels.