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1998 Plymouth Grand Voyager Minivan

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Certified Pre-Owned (CPO) is a category of used car. Often late-model vehicles, they have been inspected, refurbished, if necessary, and are under warranty by the manufacturer.
Plymouth Grand Voyager Features and Specs

Features & Specs

  • Engine 3.0 L V 6-cylinder
  • Drivetrain Front Wheel Drive
  • Transmission 4-speed Automatic
  • Horse Power 150 hp @ 5200 rpm
  • Fuel Economy 17/24 mpg
  • Bluetooth No
  • Navigation No
  • Heated Seats No

Review of the 1998 Plymouth Grand Voyager

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  • Safety
  • Pros

    Roomy inside but easy to park. Optional ABS. Low price.

  • Cons

    Not the most reliable vehicle on the road.

  • What's New for 1998

    Plymouth adds an Expresso trim level; intended to offer both style and value, this van has body-color door handles and silver exterior accents, and comes with privacy glass, keyless entry and a CD player. In other news, all Grand Voyagers get depowered, next-generation front airbags, adjustable front head restraints and new seat fabric. The four-speed automatic transmission receives upgrades for durability, and it can now be paired with the 3.0-liter V6 (which is LEV-certified in California). Other minor changes include an easy-entry feature for the left-hand captain's chair (in the second row) on vans with the left-hand sliding door, revised built-in booster seats and grocery bag hooks on the rear seat backs.

Full 1998 Plymouth Grand Voyager Review

What's New for 1998

Plymouth adds an Expresso trim level; intended to offer both style and value, this van has body-color door handles and silver exterior accents, and comes with privacy glass, keyless entry and a CD player. In other news, all Grand Voyagers get depowered, next-generation front airbags, adjustable front head restraints and new seat fabric. The four-speed automatic transmission receives upgrades for durability, and it can now be paired with the 3.0-liter V6 (which is LEV-certified in California). Other minor changes include an easy-entry feature for the left-hand captain's chair (in the second row) on vans with the left-hand sliding door, revised built-in booster seats and grocery bag hooks on the rear seat backs.

What Others Are Saying

Customer Reviews


1 of 1 people found this review helpful

Would buy another

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Vehicle: 1998 Plymouth Grand Voyager Expresso 4dr Minivan

We were fortunate to have bought an experimental van by Chrysler. It is an Expresso Grand Voyager, 6-cyl, 3.8L. It has a truck chassie and a towing package. We have pulled a camper for 8-9 yrs. Have 195k. It has been a tank, very comfortable with 4 captains chairs. Replaced transmission once. We need another van, to carry 7, and to pull our camper. We think, that if you can find one of the 1600 ever made, you can trust it. Looking for a sleeper (one with low mileage).




Worst car ever

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Vehicle: 1998 Plymouth Grand Voyager Expresso 4dr Minivan

I had a 1998 Expresso model. The best thing about this bucket of bolts was the day I sold it. I owned it for 4 years and the list of parts I went through is to long to mention. I would not recommend this car to my worst enemy, unless they were independently wealthy enough to have it repaired at least twice a month. When I sold it for $600 it still needed almost $1200 worth of parts just to get it started. Because of this heap of junk, I will NEVER even consider another Chrysler product.



2 of 2 people found this review helpful

Total trash

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Vehicle: 1998 Plymouth Grand Voyager SE 4dr Minivan

Worst car I ever owner(Ford Taurus a close second)I purchased this van new and have always taken it back for service every 3000 mi and did what ever the maintenance called for.Needless to say I have had constant problems from day one with this van.It has been towed more times than I want to remember.Over the years I have just about replaced everything-transmission,starter, generator, steering column,ignition switch 2x,AC parts,wheel cylinders, sway bushings 4x,computer module parts,radiator,gaskets..+++++ Everytime it was repaired I thought that would be it..but problems never stoped.Now that the second trans went again I finally gave up the ship @155K.Toyota/Honda/Subaru, here I come




Same as any other used

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Vehicle: 1998 Plymouth Grand Voyager SE 4dr Minivan

I LOVE the roominess of the van. I have a large family and needed the room and often haul bigger items in it. It has been GREAT for this. This is the 3rd Grand Voyager I've owed. I've replaced the transmission, the surpentine belt several times until I finally replaced the pully and solved that problem. When we replaced the battery, the interior lights started flashing and the cruise stopped working, the lights and the horn don't work. Like everyone has said, transmission and electrical is where you will sink your money into this used vehicle. But every used car has problems. We've taken the rear seats out and had a nice bed when we drove from Idaho to Arizona twice with no problems.




Transmission problems

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Vehicle: 1998 Plymouth Grand Voyager 4dr Minivan

I had always wanted a Mini Van w/a left side door ,we bought one( A Plymouth Grand Voyager) from a couple and it ran like a dream for a week then all of a sudden it would move in Reverse, but will not move in D 1 2 .Do you have any idea if it's the filter ,bands, or what! It has approx 120,000 miles ,By the way the couple was not hard on this van ,they just got a newer one.




Huge electrical problems

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Vehicle: 1998 Plymouth Grand Voyager Expresso 4dr Minivan

I loved my Voyager until at around 90k all of the gauges stopped working, the interior lights began to flash on and off, the door signal kept ringing and the ABS and service lights came on. All of these things were intermittent, so the dealership couldn't nail down the problem. The diagnostics had so many error codes they couldn't figure it out from that either. It got worse over time. A dealer finally told me that electrical problems were notorious in this vehicle and it was probably caused by a defective body control module? Which is no longer available for this car and the used ones are mostly also defective. So now I have a car that will not pass inspection and I can't sell.



Talk About The 1998 Grand Voyager

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skeyc78
skeyc78
09-22-2014
We have a 1998 Plymouth grand Voyager this car has needed constant repair in layman's terms it's a lemon the biggest problem has been the alternator it goes bad once to twice a year we have a lifetime...


scudmore
scudmore
05-12-2007
Were is the blower motor resistor located on 1998-99 Pylmouth Grand Voyager 3.8L ?...


kjwhite09
kjwhite09
08-16-2009
Hi, I have a 1998 Plymouth Grand Voyager, I just bought it in February 2009. I have been using my a/c and using it properly, turning it off before I turn off the vehicle. Things like that, I have had ...



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