I've only driven these in Canada. Dull to drive but 110% fit for purpose - lugging kids and clutter around. Stow n go is excellent.
In North America, the model is sold as the Dodge Grand Caravan. Its the best selling MPV in North America.
The newest stow n go model is HALF the price Chrylser charge in the uk. Ok, it doesn't have leather, but it does have the V6 3.3 auto, with A/C, CD, cruise and captains chairs. Does it really cost Chrylser £15,000 to put the wheel on the other side, change the headlights and ship across the Atlantic? If we could buy them here for what our Canadian cousins do then we'd all have one!
I quite liked the Voyager to drive, but I have one very big concern. As far as I am aware the one fact about the Voyager no-one mentions is that it only has a two-star crash rating.
In the last standard Euro NCAP tests carried out on this vehicle, the steering wheel would have smashed into the driver's head and chest, and the front seat passenger was also in considerable risk of chest injury.
How can this vehicle keep getting awards until they improve the safety rating?
I own a 2002 2.5 Grand Voyager limited CRD from new. Cam Belt @ £550 was a joke, and could only get a main dealer to do it.
Otherwise it's an excellent car, fuel economy is great, ride and space good and I throw it about like a car.
I do 30000 miles a year and this has been an excellent vehicle.
I love the car but the fuel consumption is beyond a joke. I use the car for my business (private taxi hire) and when I asked about the average fuel economy, I was not told the whole truth.
For a diesel it is shocking value for money. I bought new eighteen months ago and regret every month. The drive is great, and the interior is fabulous, spacious and comfortable. However, fuel consumption ruins everything that's good about this car.
Also does any other owner have the problem of the nearside tyre wearing on the outside of the tread? There's nothing wrong with the car's tracking or alignment - all other tyres are fine. My mechanic is going to check all potential causes next week. Stay away from dealerships - their prices for servicing are mental.
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