by Ricca on Sep 18, 2005 Vehicle: 1995 Plymouth Grand Voyager
My Plymouth Grand Voyager is totally fine for what it is. Mine is a 1995 model, but you would never know it don't know what year it was bought because I beat the heck out of it every day and it seems to run just fine. The only things that had to be replaced are the front when there was an accident and the brakes...the fuel pump is whining now but hey for 132,000 miles that isn't bad and it is quite powerful when you floor it for a mini-van! Oh did remember that the air conditioning was a little bad but got it replaced pretty much for free and the gas gauge is broken...they want $400 for a gas gauge...forget that just remember its little over 210 miles for a full tank.
by dtolbert on Mar 25, 2004 Vehicle: 1995 Plymouth Grand Voyager
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
by rockyr74 on Nov 17, 2003 Vehicle: 1995 Plymouth Grand Voyager
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.
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.
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i have a 1999 grand voyager, it had similar problems when i bought it. the tranmission would get confused in which gear to be in. when i tried to get it to shift into overdrive it would just rev all o...