I love my little voyager! I paid 600 bucks and it is worthy of each one. never let me down or let me on street. I highly recommend this van. Cheap and reliable transportation for my family. it is not a beautiful van but for 600 bucks it bring us from TX to CT without problems.
Bought this 'stick' in 96 with 30k...average maintenance cost $200...use it primarily for long distance comfort climax vacations of 1k miles or more...avg about 7k yearly mostly highway type...beginning to rust but still safe with original trans, motor, doesn't burn oil.....the best for outward visibility and most comfortable vehicle ever! that's why I keep it. Have tried many other vehicles for distance driving, but 'no' match with the 93...I'll be missed. Someday
We bought this van in '97 with 60,000
miles. It proved to be the best
vehicle purchase we've made. The short
vans seem to drive, handle and
accelerate better than the "grand"
vans, and the performance of the 3.0
litre engine coupled with the 3-speed
is very good. We did have to rebuild
the transmission at 108,000K but we
shoped around and found a shop to do it
for $900. The vehicle now has 175,000K
and still runs strong even though it
Next mini-van? No thanks, I think I'll
stick a rebuilt engine and tranny in
this one. Viva Plymouth!
This car was amazing when we had it. Unfortunately it died a few months ago, and was becoming very unsafe. The engine blew after it only reached 116,000 miles, but it was a hard 116. It was originally our family car, then given to my brother, then to me. Two teenage drivers took its toll. It could haul very heavy loads with ease, was decent on gas, and very roomy. The car ran for about 3-4 years with a bad transmission, poor alignment, damaged suspension, broken water pump, and a massive coolant leak (for the last 1 and a half it ran on straight water as the coolant). The car was amazingly tough, and only went in for routine maintainence. It was easy to repair too.