"Now have 190K on van and it is still running strong. I believe in preventive maintenance!!!!! I have changed transmission oil and filter every 50K, engine oil 3-5K and replaced parts that normaly "wear out" (i.e. battery, water pump, struts, etc). So far it has been a great van."
"Current van has 130,000 miles. If you are a shade tree mechanic, these vans are easy to work on. I like the fact my Autozone carries most parts vs. some Audi's and Honda's I've owed. Good ride. To me, it's a poor man's SUV. For all around use, there's few to beat it."
"I bought '02 Voyager from a dealer almost 3 years ago, with 52K miles on it. Now it has about 73K on it, and the only problem was check engine light last month with code P0456 (small vacuum leak). Got it repaired for $135, but other than that the car was great, very comfortable, nice visibility, plenty room. I will probably keep this one for a long time."
"We purchased this vehicle new in 2001. The initial price tag was really hard for me to swallow since it was my first new vehicle, but it was what the wife wanted. We now have 180K on it and it is still going strong. I do all the routine scheduled maintenance myself (i.e. oil changes, etc.) I change the transmission and oil filter every 50K, engine oil every 3k. Knock on wood it has been a great vehicle, haven't decided what to replace it with when it does die. 19-22MPG. I drive hard, 80MPH on the highway."
"This is the forth mini van I've owned. Comfort on long trips is paramount. mph is around 23, Ease of driving-excellent. With over 100,000 miles on this van I still feel safe taking it on long trips. Have never had an electrical problem or serious engine issue. I removed the rear seats the day I purchased the car and use all the space. Perfect for not only shlepping, but for general sporting. (We fly fish, mountain bike, do archery) We often take this van down forestry roads with no problem. A/C is powerful, as is the heater. Sound is fine for reg. folk. Now lets get one built in hybrid!"