by keeps going on Nov 10, 2009 Vehicle: 1996 Plymouth Grand Voyager 3dr Minivan
Bought the van use in 04, with 125k. It now has 200k yes we have had a new trans. Just last year, replaced the 13 yr. Old starter this week, struts, fuel pump a few yrs. Back just your normal stuff. It does have the 3.3 and not the 3.0 v-6 had one w/ the Mitsubishi 3.0 very bad motor! If you take care of it, it will take care of you.
by Kathryn on Apr 4, 2009 Vehicle: 1996 Plymouth Grand Voyager 3dr Minivan
We have 81,000 miles on this van and have to buy a new van because of all the things wrong with this one. It has been nothing but a headache and totally unreliable. No wonder the American car manufacturers are in trouble! I can't believe they ever sold anything like this. Here we come Honda or Toyota.
by Ronald on Sep 12, 2008 Vehicle: 1996 Plymouth Grand Voyager SE 3dr Minivan
This vehicle has taken us through our child rearing days just perfectly. Our two children along with the many time we took many other children to school events or camping was ideal. Great hulling capacity and not bad for towing a 12x12 pop-up camper. The ride is still after 11 years a very smooth and comfortable ride. Heating and air conditioning both were very good in front and back with children. We felt very secure and protected driving down the road knowing there is always the possibility of accidents. The style is still fashonable for a family mini van and I will hate to let go of it. Great Job guys, nice design and craft workmanship in building a very good family vehicle. Thanks!
The Grand Voyager is completely redesigned for 1996, and Chrysler's minivan designers and engineers have substantially improved upon the original formula: Interior comfort is top-notch, engines are more powerful (though you can no longer get the torquey 3.8-liter V6), and the available left-hand sliding door is an industry first.