by jason on Feb 26, 2007 Vehicle: 1992 Plymouth Grand Voyager
We purchased van this as a replacement for a 3 month old Mercury Villager that we HATED and had bought new. After over nearly 230,000 miles (it had around 68,000 when we bought it), we have only replaced the water pump, brakes, hoses, tailpipe, and one transmission. Regular maintenance and fluid changes have kept this baby humming. It still actually looks pretty good considering its age and mileage. It has no broken door locks, knobs, etc. like you get on a lot of old cars. It cleans up nicely.
by whitleys on Sep 5, 2003 Vehicle: 1992 Plymouth Grand Voyager
Van has been very dependable; repairs
have been few; most expensive was
replacement of intank fuel pump $525;
Little disappointed in fuel mileage ~
20MPG on road; ~17 town. White paint
beginning to peel at roof area. No oil
consumption at 200,000 miles (oil &
Filter changes regular at 3-5,000
miles. Very pleased with vehicle!
by Bruce Sheps on Aug 12, 2003 Vehicle: 1992 Plymouth Grand Voyager
I've owned this car for 11 years and
it has been a long solid vehicle that
has not required very much
maintenance. The transmission went but
luckily before the warranty ended. A/C
went after 8 years. The van keeps on
running year after year. Great space
inside. Smooth drive and powerful
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.