Currently at 106,000 miles. Had to
replace transmission at 100,000. This
is the second Voyager I have owned,
had to replace the transmission on
both. Other repairs normal for it's
age. When working, I like vehicle,
just can't deal with the transmission
Very reliable engine if maintained. I
have the 3.3 liter and have had no
engine problems at all.
Transmission problems on two of these
vans have made me decide never to buy
another Dodge/Plymouth minivan again.
I'm looking at the Honda now.
Also, rear suspension weak, had to add
load leveler shocks to get a better
ride and handling.
135000 miles, just replaced starter,
tranny went out at 100,000 ($1500),
coolant lines to rear heater corroded
out at 90,000. Annoying slight
vibration that has been inherent since
I bought it used with 30K.
Never a drivability or engine
management problem - They should have
the guy who designed the engine
management system work on the rest of
the vehicle - OH, I remember, that
engine is a Mitsubushi.
Transmission is a weak link. All
interior pieces; glove box, hood
release, sunglass holder are cheap and
fell apart very early.
BOUGHT 3 YEARS AGO @ 45000 MILES, USED
UP TWO TRANSMISSIONS , TWO ENGINES ,AND
LOTS OF ROAD CALLS AT NIGHT BECAUSE IT
BROKE DOWN.IAM A MECHANIC AND THIS CAR
IS JUNK.i WILL NEVER BUY I PLYMOUTH OR
DODGE PRODUCT AGAIN.