by Kevin on May 28, 2005 Vehicle: 1992 Plymouth Voyager 3dr Minivan
Best car I've ever owned. It's gone almost 200,000 miles with only a few problems. Nothing major until 150K when transmission went out. Around 178K the fuel pump went, and at around 190K the alternator died. That's really about it. The engine now has some blow-by issues (Mitsubishi 3.0L) through the valve train, and am thinking about trading the car in, but I'm having trouble finding one on the used lots that drives as well as this one does. I may just fix it and keep on trucking! Even with this issue, I wouldn't hesitate to take it on a long trip, as long as I had some oil in the back. No reason to buy imports when domestics are just this good.
by igstooge on May 11, 2003 Vehicle: 1992 Plymouth Voyager LE 3dr Minivan
Great room. With the seats removed fits
a full sized refrigerator and the hatch
closes. With all seats carries 7
people. Excellent ac. Radio is finicky
eith chryslers, you have to leave it on
or it is hard to turn on after 60000
miles. I had a head gasket replaced at
32000 (? a fluke) now has 135000 and
runs as strong as when brand new.
A driver-side airbag is now standard on all models. Base Voyagers now come with a five-speed manual transmission, requiring shoppers who want an automatic to buy it as an option. An integrated child seat is available for those with toddlers.
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