For The Grand Voyager offers loads of space and ingenious fold-away rear seats. Its classy image means resale values are decent.
Against Its Euro NCAP crash test rating is disappointing, as is the quality of the interior. The diesel engine is noisy and underpowered, and running costs are high.
What Car? says
You won't complain about the amount of space on offer, but the Chrysler Grand Voyager is noisy, expensive to run and poor to drive.
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There are 3 Chrysler Grand Voyager versions available
Target Price team says:
We reckon SR is the best trim to go for, but buyers should be warned that the clever Swivel 'n Go system - which allows the centre seats to turn and face the rearmost row - is available only on the much more expensive Limited models.
Aimed directly at parents who want to keep their little darlings quiet are options such as DVD entertainment systems but, just as Swivel 'n Go, this isn't available across the range, so buyers should check their brochures carefully.
Reader test team says:
I am currently driving one of these vans in the US and Canada and am quite impressed. With a big 3.6 L engine it gives me 29 mp US gallon which must…
Drove it for 3 weeks - 5 adults and 2 children. Loved the acres of space but to be honest my 8 year old Sharan rides better and has more room.
Got the new Grand Voyager for my family via the motobility scheme for my disabled sons as they both need lots of room for buggys and lifting seats for…
i needed a big mpv for versatility and i settled it between this and the ssangyong rodius and immediatley i found this car a much better…