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I use this every day I love the electric 2x back doors
I love the fact all the rear seats fold INTO and UNDER the floor
Powerful yet economical car
Incredibly comfortable with electric seats
Best van on the market A REAL Cruiser Great for long country drives and camping
I can fit a 1220 x 2440 panel in the back
I own x2 2003 chrysler grand voyager ( SE & Limited ) both brought second hand and both fantastic cars.
I've never spent anything more then normal wear and tear on them both.
They have heaps of room
Great to drive very comfy
Love the dual air conditioning that most other people movers dont have.
Great on fuel
I honestly can't say anything bad about the 2003 chrysler grand voyager.
If you have a large family like myself and are looking for a bigger car get a chrysler grand voyager.
I've owned taragos and Caravelles both I've had nothing but trouble with.
half way through and chomping at the bit to drive!!
I bought the 2002 voyager , it had a broken radiator and apparently the radiators are not a strong point.I pulled the Rad out myself and was gobsmacked to see how light it was. I was advised by red devil radiators at Lawnton north Brisvegas that the glycol coolant must be kept up to it .Apparently if the Glycol isn't kept up to it the rads rot out real quick and they have been knbown to go in 2 weeks!! I was flabbergasted until I pulled it out and saw the make up of it all alloy and plastic!! At present waiting on the plugs and also have the pl...ug leads and a front tappet cover gasket . I have also replaced the thermostat . Parts all available no problem , but if you buy from Australia prices are ridiculous (35 bucks for each spark plug!!) I ordered the plugs from the US and still waiting on them !! also the gaskets (230 AUD here in Australia) so I ordered from USA and still waiting!~!) I am hopeful to get her going prior to xmas , if not should be early New Year. inside of the people mover is immaculate , and after I vacuumed her out the appointments look quite good. I am hoping that she will do the job , If not then that's another lesson !! Ill get back to you all with the outcomes!
Bought it with problems but easy and cheap to fix
We bought the 2002 car to replace our 1997 Voyager. It is a Limited with 170 000k's and has electric sliding doors and rear doors.
The car is quiet and silky smooth to drive. I can fit three kids bikes in the back and still close the door. The keys are coded so the the drivers seat moves to the position of the person that has that key.
One of the sliding doors would not lock or unlock. The spare part was bought on EBay for $56.00 and takes twenty minutes to replace. The indicator doesn't cancel when you turn left but they can also be bought o...
Perfect family mover - top price and value
I have now had our 2002 Voyager for a few years now, purchased second hand from northern beaches of Sydney. (Previously had an underpowered and overstated Tarago) The pulling power and acceleration of the Grand Voyager leaves many other cars on the road for dead even with a full load of people! Never touched anything mechanically and only done the brakes, which pulling along and stopping that much car I would expect anyway. Previous reviews of earlier models almost steered me away from buying the 2001 - 2005 models but im so glad i did! Top car..., great level of equipment, very comfortable ride and better handling than our previous people mover! I would reccomend this model to anyone after a reliable, safe and powerful peoplemover! Power, comfort, handling, space and practicality.
"Warning 1998 Chrysler Grand Voyager", walk away if looking at this model Grand Voyager!!!! I am lead to believe sounding years may be a bad!
Way too many problems to mention, beyond transmission, $6,500.00 to replace, Electric windows, $750.00 each to fix, Stalling problems, instrument failure, clock spring problems, which meant no air bag, no cruse control, no horn and no radio controls. They didn't use the Bosch electrical system in these cars which meant if you got one problem, expect a lot more! There are radiator issues, leaking coolant ...
We have a 2002 model which we bought brand new and have had absolutely no problems with it. It drives beautiful. Hardly any engine noise extremely comfortable and quite a reasonable amount of boot space. Tested other cheaper vehicles and found that this was the best one. Basicly you get what you pay for. Would recommend.
Beautiful to drive, having automatic sliding doors, comfortable seating.
very happy with this vehicle and would highly reccommend them to anyone in the market for a people mover. The seats are very comfy, the ride very quiet and the layout and vision is excellent. fuel economy on country roads is around 10 litres/100kms and between 12 and 13/100 around town, pretty good for a big vehicle. I have not had any reliability problems and there are plenty about that have high kms indicating that there a good car. They have been the most popular people mover in America for over 10 years and sold millions of them there. A gr...eat buy second hand, dont even consider a Kia etc without looking at a Voyager first. excellent build quality, very comfortable and plenty of features. Easy to drive, a good turning circle, (better than my magna)and a great interior and plenty of room, even behind the third row of seats. My wife calls it her happy place, she always has a smile on her face when shes driving it, probably because the kids are happy and not in each others way. it takes a bit to get use to the indicator being on the left of the steering column.
Best machine ever owned !
High praise as I have owned 100's of cars as a Hire car franchisee~
We bought our Grand Voyager with 95,000kms on the clock and after another 10,000kms have only a minor heater fan switch problem.
The car drives beautifully on sealed or dirt/gravel roads and is nimble ~ sure footed ~ and always safely under control.
Very polite with little noise and a superb Auto transmission.
It weighs about 1600 kilos which is about the same as all the other offerings and the 3.3 lite V6 is always adequate power though it feels s...
Warning, unsafe car
My 1999 is an older model but has had numerous safety recalls over the years. Faulty seatbelts, faulty air bag, faulty roof lining. Front bumper sagging after a few years. Engine cuts off unexpectedly, ghost problem that mechanics are unable to fix. Loss of engine could leave you in a sticky situation whilst driving. Safety rating 2 stars out of 5 only.
Do your research before buying a Chrysler, hundreds of horror stories from other Voyager owners. Avoid, avoid.
spacious, but that's it.
Numerous safety faults, serious problems with electronic system, zero reliability.
Our 2004 GrandVoyager is going well at 75,000klm and from all accounts will easily triple that before any major work has to be done on it.
The standard of build from the Austrian factory is very high. 6 years on inside is as quiet as a mouse, even at speed. Loads of legroom no matter where you sit. DVD player + TV is a godsend for long trips and we have a Sony Playstation installed as well.
It really is the Airbus A380 of the road and it's all first class motoring .....love it
Ease of driving, huge people capacity, long haul drives are a...
I've had a 1998 Voyager since 2002, it has spent more time in the workshop than on the road plus 3 safety recalls. Every repair is damn expensive, Chrysler dealerships ripp you off, last bill $286 to diagnose a faulty cluster, cost to replace nearly $2,200 which is about market value of the damn car.
I would be better off taking it to the wrecker. Never buy Chrysler!
It is comfortable
totally unreliable. expensive, sluggish, a nightmare
Was better than all the opposition people movers when I bought in 2002.
The voyager had the most space and best power for my family when i bought in 2002. Enough for 6 of us and my mum or mum in law! Had issues with electric side mirrors once in warranty and twice out of. Very expensive to fix cost $1200 approx each time!!!
I find the brake pedal too far away from accelerator compared to normal cars. Due to being converted from left hand drive?
great car, more power and space than other people movers.
Expensive to service, parts hard to get.
We needed a car to fit our four children under two, i.e 4 car seats and bulky prams and if there's one thing you can't fault the voyager for is the space. the 2006 model has seats folding into the floor which is great as other cars we looked needed the seats to be removed. the two sliding doors are another practical feature. there's also plenty of compartments to hide things away. It drives well, although we've had a few niggling problems, rattling noise and hand break, but they were fixed at first servicing. it takes some getting used to when ...it comes to driving, especially the space needed to do a u-turn. overall, I'm very with the car and I'd buy a chrysler again. space, double sliding doors, seats fold in floor, entertainment system, comfort no handles to get in the back, bulky to drive, wide turning angle, expensive
I would recommend this car to any family. I adore so many things that i can't even think of them all and before we bought our 1st Voyager we had a 2003 VY SS Commodore wagon which we loved but this car is so practical it's hard to beat. Even my hubby has got used to it!!!! The standard factory dark window tint is great. The airbag system and memory driver seat is also great. We haven't used the stow and Go seating as we have always had car seats in 4 of the seats but ould be handy if we needed to transport something big. Overall great to drive,...doesn't feel like you are driving a big car. EVERYTHING!!! We have the 2006 limited. We owned a 1997 model before this and although a little old we liked that one but when we bought this i knew i would have this car for a long time. LOVE the auto doors, very convenient for a mum of 4 under 6yrs. The armrests are great, the under floor storage is fantastic(i keep pencils and books, a potty, a vacuum, Baby Bjorn carrier and numerous other items in there) There is heaps of room in the back for pushers. The middle seats can be reclined while car seats are attached when our 2yo falls asleep. The DVD player can sometimes be a godsend, especially on long trips. A little thirsty but for the travelling we do any car would cost plenty.
Questions & Answers
Where can I find the key numbers for my 2004 Chrysler grand voyager. I need a new key but I dont have the manual book
Hi I am looking at a 2004 model
Wanting any advise on this brand of car
Are they good on fuel
I have heard parts are expensive
Any faults that anyone has had
Absolutely the best van I have ever had a luxury compared to the rest Fantastic fuel economy also You need a "We come to you " Mechanic
Is the 2004 Chrysler voyager a good car any problems with them
Mine has just clocked over 200,000k's.
Basically my advice would be to check everything electrical. Open and close all the windows and if it has electric sliding doors, make sure they work ok. Check that the air bag light is not lit, that the horn and cruise control works and that the indicators cancel. Each problem will be about $500 - $600 to repair but with the electric doors you can just disconnect the drive wheel and use them as normal sliding doors. The central locking units can be bought on Ebay very cheaply and there are Youtube vids that show how to change them. If it has an electric drivers seat, play with the controls and make sure it all works. Mine has heated seats but both only work on the low setting now. I couldn't even be bothered checking out what's wrong.
Check that the back door doesn't sag. You can easily get struts but don't do what I did and get them from Chrysler. Too expensive!
Engine wise, listen for rattly noises. I have replaced idler wheels which wasn't actually that expensive. About $250 at the auto electrician. It should run as smooth as silk. Drive it up hill and if the transmission shudders when changing from 1st to 2nd, it's been flogged and you should avoid that car. Mine also gets the shakes through the steering wheel at about 80k's/hr which I suspect is the wishbone bushes which are about $300 each, but considering the mileage I'm not surprised.
Check the a/c. It should be freezing and make sure the vents in the middle of the dash are pumping out air that is roughly the same temperature.
The skin on the dash may also start to lift from the passenger side and the roof lining may be saggy. I had the roof lining replaced for about $500 and you can't tell the difference from the old one. I couldn't be bothered fixing the dash though.
I can say that if my car gets written off tomorrow, I would hope to buy another one. I hope this helps.
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