Bought this vehicle as a Program car with 73 miles - used at the MCI golf tournament first. At 144K now, still on first transmission. No big problems yet. Water pump, tensioner, and brakes replaced (twice). Wipers on their own plan at times. Just replaced wiper motor. Lock quit working on right sliding door. I'll never get locked out this way! Great family car for trips. Being in military, we've done many and this van made it very bearable.
Bought this van new. Was perfect for the first
70,000 miles. Then needed trans rebuilt($1400),
ac work ($650). Radio doesn;t work well. New water
pump, belt tensioner.
Now have 113,000 miles. Need AC compressor
($???) Brakes replaced for 4th time. Needs front
wheel bearing. I would buy another one, but, would
get rid of it before 70000 miles....
Don't ever purchase a Plymouth Voyager. Replace your smoke alarm battery when you set your clocks for DST, and replace the transmission when you change the oil. Other than the face that this van is a complete piece of junk, its been a really nice van.
Please, I beg you don't buy this van.
We've had our 3rd. transmission blow in
less then 2.5 years. The last time it
blew so violently, my husband almost
lost control of the vehicle. Chrysler
is NOT standing behind this van. When
the tranny goes, THEY GET THE MONEY FOR
THE NEW ONE- THEY ARE THE MANUFACTURER.
I'm going to fight to stop them from
selling this crap to consumers.
I must have gotten one of the good ones. I've have very little trouble with this van and I've got 206,000 miles on it. The worst was an air conditioner condenser leaking and the next was an idler pully bearing. Other than that just tires, brakes etc. Seems like just about anything will fit inside. Love the driver side sliding door. Comfortable to drive and decent gas mileable for a van this size.