Used 2000 Plymouth Grand Voyager Review

Edmunds expert review

Facing competition that is superior in terms of reliability and crashworthiness, the Voyager's sole advantage is its lower selling price.




What's new for 2000

The Expresso trim level is discontinued, and Plymouth changes some of the standard features and options on base and SE models. Notably, base models now come with a cassette player. This is the last year for the Grand Voyager, as Chrysler begins dismantling the Plymouth division. Fortunately, the van's demise shouldn't pose much of a problem for shoppers, as the Dodge Grand Caravan gives you the same product with slightly different styling.





Edmunds expert review process

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