1994 Plymouth Grand Voyager LE AWDReview
A Reasonable Workhorse But Don't Plan Long Term Ownership. I Still See Them On The Road, Though. — At the time, this van was the best driving all wheel drive available. It was much more refined that the offerings from Ford or Chevy, or, for that matter, Toyota. Quality was so-so, and it needed one major repair at 63,000 miles (replace transmission) but it was covered under the 7/70 warranty at the time. The replacement tranny began leaking at 140,000 miles, which indicates a problem in the design or manufacturing, I would say. It was reasonably attractive and comfortable, and definitely one of the best at the time. Overall cost of ownership was reasonable. Fun factor? not in this minivan, but the handling was reasonably surefooted given the circumstances.
Primary Use: Family transportation
Pros: AWD, space
Cons: iffy quality
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