by nomo van on Dec 3, 2009 Vehicle: 1999 Plymouth Voyager 3dr Minivan
bought this basic van new with 4 cyl and 3 sp auto. Never really loved this car, but used and abused it for over 10 years, and exactly 181000 miles, overloading it with college students stuff, and home remodel materials. expensive repairs limited to both rear wheel bearings, and seemingly too often brakes. look for rusted strut towers if looking at a used one. This is what killed mine. Lots of long trips and lots of snow and salt over the years.
by Eddie Money on Sep 24, 2009 Vehicle: 1999 Plymouth Voyager 3dr Minivan
I bought this amazing minivan with 212,000 original miles with everything original except the tires and couple of belts. I've had other mini and full size vans, but this baby just goes and goes and everything works. Needs improvement on CV joint for its not easy to service. Other than that this is a great mini van and having such excessive miles everything in this van works great.
by JLA on Aug 2, 2009 Vehicle: 1999 Plymouth Voyager SE 4dr Minivan
I have had this van for 10 yrs. Great AC, safe on the road and pretty good MPG. It has lasted through my daughter's middle school years, high school years and my private business. It has transported cheerleading teams, volleyball teams, bowling leagues and swimmers. It has traveled back and forth over the state of FL. Has pulled hot dog carts and tree roots and is a trusted old friend. Most reliable of any cars/vans I have ever owned.
by bev crossley on Jun 28, 2009 Vehicle: 1999 Plymouth Voyager SE 4dr Minivan
This van has been great untill recently. We bought it new with the intention to keep it forever. One year ago, two computer sensors had to be replaced because it would not automatically shift gears. Just a week ago, the transmission had to be replaced because the torque converter was falling apart and throwing metal into the works. The air conditioner just died. And the ignition needs replaced because the key will not turn. This van has had great care and upkeep. We do not understand why it seems to be suddenly falling apart.
by michelle on May 14, 2009 Vehicle: 1999 Plymouth Voyager SE 4dr Minivan
I bought this van used and I loved it until it developed an oil leak. So far I have replaced the valve cover gaskets, oil pan and gaskets and the oil is still leaking. These repairs have totaled $750.00. Had it into the mechanic today and was told they will redo the valve covers, and if it doesn't stop leaking then its a head gaskets. Other than struggling with the oil leak its a pretty good vehicle.
by Minivan Mama on May 28, 2008 Vehicle: 1999 Plymouth Voyager SE 4dr Minivan
Not a flashy car but it's not ugly either. I bought my Voyager for a steal from a private owner when it was 2 yrs old w/almost 89,000 miles on it (former fleet car). Fast forward 2008: it now has over 178,000 miles on it and it's still going strong. Other than the normal tire, brake and fluids replacements, I've had no major problems with it. It was only last year the ty rods & wheel bearings had to be replaced; yesterday I replaced the spark plugs/wires (to be expected given its age and use). It will be a sad day indeed when my minivan kicks the bucket.
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.