by Pbag on Nov 4, 2008 Vehicle: 1994 Plymouth Grand Voyager SE 3dr Minivan
Funny, when I read some reviews of 94 Grand Voyager many have transmissiom problems at around 45k to 60k's miles. I do not have any problem with my transmission yet, right now it has 202,000 original miles on it! Its still going strong!
by Chapappler on Apr 16, 2006 Vehicle: 1994 Plymouth Grand Voyager LE 3dr Minivan
We've put 200 of the 250k miles on this van and we have no complaints. The engine is the 3.8 liter, and it's plenty powerful. The transmission lasted us 200k, a/c needed work, but what do you expect with that much use? It's with reluctance we plan to get a new (used) van, probably my daughter's Mazda MPV. This is without a doubt the most faithful van my wife has ever driven. She loves it, and trusts it. It has all the bells & whistles, and they still work. It's just getting old, and things are wearing out. Radiator this week, who knows what next? This van will go down in our family hall of fame as a great vehicle!
by Dude on Dec 18, 2004 Vehicle: 1994 Plymouth Grand Voyager SE 3dr Minivan
Bought this van new and it had it's share of problems, but most of them happened within the 70K mile warranty period. Tranny failed at 45K, but rebuilt has been great since. Since the warranty ran out, the van has been great! It's very nice to drive especially on trips/vacations. It's a pleasure on the highway and gets better mileage as it gets older. Performance is excellent for only 162 hp. Lots of low end power. I now have 134K miles on it and the engine stil purrs. The 3.3 liter engine is a sound engine. I wish I would have gotten the captains chairs. The center bench is not very comfortable and does not have head rests. Overall, I have been very pleased with this vehicle.
The Grand Voyager sees a number of changes for 1994. On the outside, the vans have revised front and rear fascias, body-side molding and lower-body cladding. Inside, you'll find a new instrument panel, various revisions to the controls and a front-passenger seat that offers fore/aft adjustment. In addition, Plymouth has made improvements to sliding-door operation and the windshield wipers, and taken measures to reduce noise and vibration in the cabin. On the safety front, all vans get a standard passenger-side front airbag this year, along with side-impact beams that meet 1997 federal passenger car standards and asbestos-free brakes. Antilock brakes are now standard on all-wheel-drive models. In terms of performance, the 3.3-liter V6 benefits from additional horsepower (now up to 162) and torque (now up to 194). LE models can be optioned with a larger-displacement 3.8-liter V6, which offers just 162 hp but makes a healthy 213 pound-feet of torque. Remote keyless entry is now standard on the SE and LE and optional on the base model. The optional built-in child seats now have a recline feature to improve comfort when kids are sleeping.