by John A on Dec 15, 2009 Vehicle: 1998 Plymouth Voyager SE 4dr Minivan
I bought my 98 van in 2005 with 70,000 on it for $5,000. I now have 150,000 on it and have had zero problems. I have changed oil regularly, maintained transmission, flushed radiator, etc. I get 26mpg hwy and 22 city. I use my van in my job so recently bought a 2007 Dodge Caravan with 30k on it because of the success with the Plymouth. Hate to part with my Plymouth but expect to get a minimum $2,500 for it. It has been a great vehicle for me.
by none on Jun 17, 2009 Vehicle: 1998 Plymouth Voyager SE 4dr Minivan
swapped festeva for voyager sport w/3L am real happy with it replaced DOA alternator former owner had no idea what was wrong been driving it ever since ate 2 serpent belts loves wiper blades don't last 3differnt sizes front rear eeeerrrr rear seat's dam to heavy rust never sleeps it's dieing of cancer to the strut mounts bad poor design
by Angie on Oct 4, 2008 Vehicle: 1998 Plymouth Voyager SE 4dr Minivan
This has been the best van that I could say our family has ever owned. We got it with about 90K and now it has 113,000 and is still running like a champ. The interior is crazy comfortable and it is built nice a strong on the outside. We abuse our cars though a little, since we are always so busy, but this vehicle hasn't given out on us at all. No major repairs whatsoever, just some brake fixing but that's about it. Love this van, it's picked up almost every single person in our family like a taxi cab and it just goes all over the city like a little bus. I love this vehicle!
by kathy on Sep 4, 2008 Vehicle: 1998 Plymouth Voyager SE 4dr Minivan
I have enjoyed my Voyager over the past 11 years. I average 20 miles per gal in the city and 25 highway. I have been doing many trips to Virginia Beach since my twin grandsons and daughter live there and I feel its time to look for a new vehicle but I don't know what I want. I love my Voyager and just had the evaporator core replaced. My mechanic says its time to start looking for something newer to be safe since I am female and drive the trip alone. I do not have one scratch or rust spot on it and until the past year it was keep outside year round.
by '98 Ply Voy 3.3L on Aug 4, 2008 Vehicle: 1998 Plymouth Voyager SE 4dr Minivan
I've ridden in this thing since it was purchased. First, my grandmother drove it (no joke) on weekends to the grocery store. My family used it a bit more intensely as a hockey van for trips to and from hockey rinks around the county. Now I use it to haul college friends around, and I'm a bit of speed demon. This thing has been through hell and back. Lady backed out of her driveway and hit the right sliding door. Numerous flat tires, one bent rim, and a frantic drive from Tallahassee to West Palm at an average of about 90 MPH. Never had a major issue. Change brakes often, but as long as its maintained it keeps on going and going. Just passed 110K Miles.
by Julie on Mar 16, 2008 Vehicle: 1998 Plymouth Voyager SE 4dr Minivan
I bought my Voyager to replace my Toyota Corrolla(which I loved too). My teenage son's feet would not fit in the back of the Corrolla. I found my Voyager, 132,000 miles on it, test drove it and against my brother's wishes bought it. I love it! I have not had any major problems with it. The two biggest problems I have is the A/C won't hold a charge and the turn signals only work sometimes. My brother tells me I have been very lucky about the transmission, but mine seems solid. I love that fact that is can use the flex fuel.
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...
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