The new seven-seat Chrysler Grand Voyager will cost from £25,995 when it goes on sale in February 2008 - the same starting price as on the outgoing model.
Buyers have the choice of two updated engines: a 193bhp 3.8-litre V6 petrol engine or a 163bhp 2.8-litre turbodiesel. Both are linked to a six-speed automatic gearbox.
Safety features include traction control, stability control, a tyre-pressure monitoring system, front and side curtain airbags as standard.
Other new features include heated seats in the first and second rows, a rear-view conversation mirror, electric windows in the powered sliding side doors, moveable LED reading lamps and three-zone climate control.
There are three trim levels: LX, Touring and Limited.
The innovative Stow 'n Go seating system, which means the Grand Voyager can go from a seven-seater to a two-person cargo carrier at the touch of a button. It's standard on all cars.
The Grand Voyager will also feature Swivel 'n Go, which turns the second row of seats 180 degrees to face rearwards and allow conversation with rear-seat passengers. This will be an option on the Limited models for the first time.
2.8-litre CRD LX six-speed automatic £25,995
2.8-litre CRD Touring six-speed automatic £27,995
2.8-litre CRD Limited six-speed automatic £32,995
3.8-litre petrol Limited six-speed automatic £32,995
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