"Alright" minivan that could've run with the best
By XMA0891 on Sunday, October 21, 2012
I owned and sold this car
overall rating 7 of 10rating details
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"Bought a used 2000 Plymouth Grand Voyager SE in 2006 with 60,000 miles on it. Had more problems getting it from 61,000 to 100,000) than from 101,000 to its current 163,000. Mechanical problems included air conditioning (compressor (twice) and evaporator ($$$)), alternator, starter, tie rods, electrical switches, power windows, and water pump.
That said, the 3.3 ran like a bull with great fuel mileage and performance. Body design and interior was simple, very functional, and practical.
Like all Chrysler products, quality really fell off when it came to the body. Paint was thin, cheap in appearance and would not hold a shine, the bottoms of all doors suffered from "Chrysler Door Syndrome" (they rotted out), and we went through two sets of OEM driver's side hinges. For the car that defined defined Chrysler, they should've done better."
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