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Used Chrysler Grand Voyager 2001 - 2008 review

(2001 - 2008)
Chrysler Grand Voyager (01 - 08)
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Which used Chrysler Grand Voyager MPV should I buy?

The Grand Voyager is a far better bet than the the shorter Voyager, with space that most MPV owners can only dream of.

Given the budget, a Grand with fold-into-the-floor seats is the smartest choice. Chrysler calls them 'Stow 'n' Go' seats, and they have been fitted to all Grand Voyager models since October 2004 (you won't find them on the Voyager).

They really increase the vehicle's flexibility, because the five rearmost seats just flip out the way and back again as you need them. Without it, you'll have to remove the fiddly heavy seats yourself - and find somewhere to store them.

Choose a diesel - 2.5 CRD or, better still, 2.8 CRD - rather than the 3.3 V6 petrols, and there's no need to go beyond the entry-level trim, which is packed with kit.

Chrysler dealers and MPV specialists are the best places to find a good one.

Which used Chrysler Grand Voyager MPV should I buy?

The Grand Voyager is a far better bet than the the shorter Voyager, with space that most MPV owners can only dream of.

Given the budget, a Grand with fold-into-the-floor seats is the smartest choice. Chrysler calls them 'Stow 'n' Go' seats, and they have been fitted to all Grand Voyager models since October 2004 (you won't find them on the Voyager).

They really increase the vehicle's flexibility, because the five rearmost seats just flip out the way and back again as you need them. Without it, you'll have to remove the fiddly heavy seats yourself - and find somewhere to store them.

Choose a diesel - 2.5 CRD or, better still, 2.8 CRD - rather than the 3.3 V6 petrols, and there's no need to go beyond the entry-level trim, which is packed with kit.

Chrysler dealers and MPV specialists are the best places to find a good one.