1991 Plymouth Voyager User Reviews

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1991 Plymouth Voyager MinivanReview
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Makes A Good Shaggin' Wagon — The van was a gift to me. It accelerated well and tolerated my sketchy driving well, although it was notorious for having factory defects. The paint had peeled off the hood and roof, which made it less than attractive. Overall I was pleased with the time I spent in the vehicle.

Pros: Passenger/Cargo Room; Good Gas Mileage

Cons: Factory defects were innumerable.

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Good Gas Mileage And Interior Space — First and only van owned to date. It did the job and never broke down. Sold it at a good price @115,000 km

Pros: Sufficient cargo space, great gas mileage

Cons: Airconditioning panel easily breaks

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This Car Was Sweet. — Lasted 170K, 10 years and driven all over the country. The Blue Bomber was sweet

Pros: Could ride with the side door open at lacrosse camp and pretend that we were in a helicopter, it was blue, comfy seats

Cons: paint quality, engine ticking

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Reviews From Other Years

2000 Plymouth Voyager Reviews

Its A Great Gas Saver With Lots Of Room For The Kids By Richard

I like the looks of the man van. It gets great gas mileage and its very roomy. The transmission on this van is weak. We already have replaced it once. It has almost 182000 miles and still running stro... Read More

1999 Plymouth Voyager Reviews

4 Doors By bettovelive

This is a family car. Fuel economy is good. The maintenance is cheap. is very useful for the move. Only you have removed the seats and plenty of space. recommend it if you do not want to invest much... Read More

Great Van For The Price By Crystal

This is a great van. Runs great. Quiet. Dependable. Wonderful gas mileage. Put a new set of Cooper CS-4 Touring tires on and it rides great. Hope to get many more trouble-free miles out of it. ... Read More

1998 Plymouth Voyager Reviews

A Workhorse By downs2153

I bought this car to use for work and it has never let me down. It hasn't been without problems but that is a given when using a working vehicle. It has been reliable and gotten the job done right. Read More

Good Family Car For The First 120, 000 Miles. By Hermiz

Performance is normally good if you don't have engine or transmission problem. If it is maintained well you shouldn’t have problem. Avoid non-experience mechanics. Avoid replacing parts per their advi... Read More

1997 Plymouth Voyager Reviews

Very Good Family Wagon And Traveler Vehicle. By VFRBob

Great car for the family of 4 or more. Rides well. Handles ponderously and top heavy. Inside is very comfortable. Motor is strong in the 3.3 V6 and trouble free even after 100k miles. Easy to park. Go... Read More

Purple People Pusher Proves Pleasantly Poised And Purposful By David

I actually miss this anonymous mommy-mobile. Yeah, I looked and felt like a dork driving it, but it was very handy whether hauling people or cargo, and it drove pretty good too. Got decent mileage to ... Read More

1996 Plymouth Voyager Reviews

Voya-nator By Kyle

over all this car has had alot of problems but hasn't gave up yet!!! minor problems that sound like there going to major in the future. clunks and bangs all the time such a beater, but i love it. Hmm... Read More

Good Car Goes Where A Van "shouldn't" By Debbie

this van only has one forward gear but..... I've been driving it like that for almost two yrs and she still goes. So i cant complain about that. And only in that last four months has other things ha... Read More

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