Chrysler has revealed its face-lifted Grand Voyager.
The new front end has a cleaner look, with updates to the grille, bonnet and lower fascia. The rear gets improved LED lights and a new bumper and tailgate.
The Grand Voyagers seating system, ' Stow n Go', has been improved with the second-row chairs made larger and fitted with a one-touch folding mechanism.
LX models now get a leather-trimmed steering wheel with integrated audio and cruise controls as standard.
Mid-range Touring models are now equipped with Bluetooth connectivity, an auto-dimming rear-view mirror, 6.5-inch touch-screen audio interface, and a reversing camera.
Limited trim now comes with blind-spot monitoring, crosspath detection which alerts the driver to approaching vehicles or pedestrians while reversing and new Nappa leather upholstery.
The single engine choice is unchanged, with the 161bhp 2.8-litre turbodiesel delivering an average of 33.6mpg and CO2 emissions of 222g/km.
Prices start at 27,995 for the LX (500 more than the previous model), 29,995 for the Touring (also up 500), with the range-topping Limited at 35,995, an increase of 300.