Used Chrysler Voyager MPV 1997 - 2001 review

Category: MPV

Section: Our recommendations

1997 - 2001 review
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Our recommendations

Which used Chrysler Voyager MPV should I buy?

The best engine in the Voyager is the entry 2.0-litre petrol. Alternatively, you can choose from a 2.5-litre diesel linked to a five-speed manual gearbox or a 3.3-litre V6 petrol that comes with a four-speed auto.

Performance is pedestrian whichever you go for, because of the long gearing and the Voyager's hefty weight. The sensible choice is to opt for the superior economy of the diesel, even though it's rather crude and noisy. Even entry SE cars are well-equipped with luxuries such as air-con, remote central locking and heated door mirrors, while LE adds cruise control and alloy wheels. Range-topping LX trim is only available with the V6 engine and includes metallic paint, electric seats and leather upholstery. Unfortunately, safety and security provisions are poor. The Voyager only scored one star out of a possible four in Euro NCAP crash tests and its locks kept our attack testers at bay for just six seconds.