Chrysler Voyager owners manuals
- Oil May Leak From Oil Filter Adapter
- Transmission Can Fail Provoking Slipping in First or Reverse Gear
- Worn Sway Bar Bushings/End Links Can Produce Sound in Front Suspension
- The Key May Not Start the vehicle or Release From Ignition
The Chrysler Voyager or Chrysler Grand Voyager is a minivan produced by and sold by Chrysler. For most of its existence, vehicles bearing the "Chrysler Voyager" nameplate have been marketed only outside the United States, primarily in Europe, Asia, and Oceania.
The Voyager was launched in Europe in 1988 as a rebadged variant of the Dodge Caravan marketed in the United States and has developed with the Caravan, Plymouth Voyager, and Chrysler Town & Country since.
Following the fifth generation, the Grand Voyager nameplate was abandoned in all markets. Nevertheless, in 2019, FCA announced that the Voyager nameplate will come back for the 2020 model year as a distinct nameplate for low-end Pacifica models and that it would substitute the long-running Dodge Grand Caravan as FCA's lower-end minivan.
The Chrysler Voyager comes in two trim levels: L and LX. All come equipped with a 3.6-liter V6 engine delivering 287 horsepower and 262 lb-ft of torque). They pair to a nine-speed automatic transmission and front-wheel drive.
Chrysler Voyager known problems
Some of the common problems or complaints owners have about the Chrysler Voyager are: