If you've got two kids and another one on the way, it's time to upgrade your auto to a Chrysler Grand Voyager. Enormous, practical, and safe, the Grand Voyager works perfectly as a family carit provides the convenience that every parent would find useful when traveling with children. This 7-seater multi-purpose van comes in an attractive styling that isn't common with many family cars. Grand Voyager offers a comfortable ride that is definitely grandsteering is well-weighted, legroom and headroom dimensions are definitely huge, and engine and suspension operations work just fine; it doesn't easily creak over major road bumps. First released in 1988, this model has evolved through the years, making it one of the best-selling automotive nameplates worldwide.
In spite of its decent styling and convenience features, the Chrysler Grand Voyager doesn't stick well in performance. Its CRD turbodiesel produces only 161 bhp and 265 lb.-ft. of torque, allowing it to reach a slow 62 mph in 12.8 seconds. Considering its massive size, this auto falls short in power. And the Grand Voyager's expensive running costs wouldn't help boosting its performance level either. Fuel economy is definitely low; this isn't a car built for the budget-conscious.
But its lack of power and fuel economy couldn't stop this model, the Chrysler Grand Voyager is still a definite winner in practicality, handling, and comfort. It's got the Stow N Go feature: lots of storage bins, foldable rear seats, and a massive luggage capacity that can handle bulky grocery items, baby strollers, diaper bags, school backpacks, and everything else that you need to load in the trunk. Chrysler didn't skimp on luxury Chrysler Grand Voyager parts either; the in-car entertainment system is perfect to take the kids' minds off whining about the long trip and instead focus on their favorite cartoon show. This model also handles like a dream; the great road visibility and light steering wheel response is a winning combination that definitely makes driving this car fun.