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1999 Plymouth Grand Voyager Minivan

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Plymouth Grand Voyager Features and Specs

Features & Specs

  • Engine 3.3 L V 6-cylinder
  • Drivetrain Front Wheel Drive
  • Transmission 4-speed Automatic
  • Horse Power 158 hp @ 4850 rpm
  • Fuel Economy 16/22 mpg
  • Bluetooth No
  • Navigation No
  • Heated Seats No

Review of the 1999 Plymouth Grand Voyager

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  • Safety
  • Pros

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

  • Cons

    Chrysler can only dominate the segment for so long, and the competition is getting fierce.

  • What's New for 1999

    SE models get body-color door and liftgate handles, as well as a body-colored front grille. All models add a cargo net between the front seats, and you can now get built-in child seats with the second-row captain's chairs.

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Customer Reviews

  Average Consumer Rating (9 total reviews)  |  Write a Review


Hey, it's a van --

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Vehicle: 1999 Plymouth Grand Voyager Expresso 4dr Minivan

Hand-me down from a family member. 99k miles. Engine and ride are nice, although the 3.3 liter is weak at passing speeds and gas mileage is miserable - Edmunds says 18 mpg city, 24 mpg hwy. I've yet to break 21 mpg, and that's even driving 100% freeway on a few tanks. City gas mileage is 15-16 mpg. No, I don't hammer the gas pedal.FYI, reliablity not promising - previous owner had to pay 1k transmission fix that was under 'extended warranty', but the warranter went bankrupt (go figure) - meaning owner paid for warranty, but ended up paying for fix anyway. One more reason why I don't believe in extended warranties. But hey, I got this van for free, so why the heck am I complaining?




Almost great

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Vehicle: 1999 Plymouth Grand Voyager Expresso 4dr Minivan

I bought the vehicle 8/02 with 38,000 miles. There are many things to like about this van: styling, very comfortable interior, decent fuel economy and overall performance. However, the transmission suffered a catastrophic failure at 61,000 miles to the tune of $3,000 (this in spite of the fact I am meticulous about all maintainence). Chrysler was no help at all in this matter. Additionally, the cruise control went south and the front suspension has had numerous parts replaced, but still makes troubling "clunking" noises over bumps. I love the way Chrysler products look and drive. However, I will warn all people against buying their products because of poor quality control.




1999 plymouth

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Vehicle: 1999 Plymouth Grand Voyager Expresso 4dr Minivan

Replaced transmission within first 25000 miles. 2nd transmission replacement at 79000. Brake system components lack integrity. 3.3 Chrysler engine lacks adequate horsepower. Spare tire rack can't securely hold a full size tire for spare. Seats must be phyisically lifted out if one wishes to create more room - very heavy/cumbersome. Sound system needs upgrading.




Good

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Vehicle: 1999 Plymouth Grand Voyager Expresso 4dr Minivan

Breaks down quite often. Suspension is about as good as the bike that i had as a kid. if you ride on a long car trip and put your arms on the arm rest, your arms start to vibrate; however, the expresso serves its purpose in our household. the suspension problem along with the ignition starter that dies quite often are some of the problems with the expresso mini van.




My review

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Vehicle: 1999 Plymouth Grand Voyager Expresso 4dr Minivan

Bought this car new. It is loaded with all the goodies I wanted having the Expresso Package. Not cheap, $28,000, but worth every penny. It is extremely comfortable, has plenty of power, but would suggest the optional 3.8L engine and very roomy for my family of 5.




Its a minivan

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Vehicle: 1999 Plymouth Grand Voyager Expresso 4dr Minivan

We bought it for the child seats. The seats and being able to get to the kids while driving have been great. Now that our kids are bigger we are trying to sell a well maintained vehicle with only 41k. The only trouble is even though it was less $ up front it has poor resale value. We paid $21,500 new and now no one will come look at it for $8500 even with new tires and brakes. Imports (Honda, Toyota) are thought of as more reliable and their resale values are much better. The Japanese have better brand name for used vehicles.



Full 1999 Plymouth Grand Voyager Review

What's New for 1999

SE models get body-color door and liftgate handles, as well as a body-colored front grille. All models add a cargo net between the front seats, and you can now get built-in child seats with the second-row captain's chairs.

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Gas Mileage

EPA-Rated MPG

  • 16
  • cty
/
  • 22
  • highway
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