An automatic ’box comes as standard on every model, but the Grand Voyager is a heavy car. So, even with 161bhp and 265lb ft of pulling muscle, performance is sluggish, and the gearbox will have to change down for anything other than cruising.
Chrysler Grand Voyager ride & handling
Some MPVs are now almost as good to drive as conventional hatchbacks, but the Grand Voyager isn't one of them. Numb steering and significant body sway make it feel cumbersome in bends, yet the ride isn't particularly comfortable, either.
Chrysler Grand Voyager refinement
The gearbox's frequent downchanges hurt refinement because the diesel engine becomes raucous at higher revs. On the upside, road noise is kept down to an acceptable level and this big car cuts through the air pretty quietly.