What should I look for in a used Chrysler Grand Voyager MPV?
Make sure you know which generation of Grand Voyager you're looking at, because you should avoid the model that was built between 1997 and 2001. It doesn't drive nearly so well and suffered a very poor safety rating. The version you're looking at here righted all of those wrongs and is substantially better.
Once you've got that sorted out, pay special attention to the gearbox, especially on the diesels. Many have been replaced under Chrysler's three-year unlimited-mileage warranty, but some will have slipped through the net.
The brakes and suspension should be examined closely, too. This is a big, heavy vehicle, even before you load it, and that takes its toll on mechanical bits and pieces.
Likewise, check the cabin thoroughly for signs of abuse, especially if it has been used as an all-purpose family wagon.
Generally, though, the Voyager and Grand Voyager are solidly built and give little trouble if looked after - so insist on a full service history.