1995 Plymouth Grand Voyager

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1995 Plymouth Grand Voyager

Key specs

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5 trims

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  • Base


  • SE


  • SE AWD


  • LE


  • LE AWD


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1995 Plymouth Grand Voyager review: Our expert's take


The verdict:

Versus the competiton:

The trouble with test driving a 1995 Plymouth Grand Voyager SE mini-van is that we’ve already had to opportunity to drive its successor coming out in April.

It becomes obvious the ’95 is not as quiet, not as roomy, not as comfortable, not as powerful and not as stylish as the ’96.

Unlike the 1996 Chrysler mini-vans, it doesn’t have a driver-side slide-open door; it doesn’t have a special latch system that keeps the doors from sliding closed when you are parked on an incline; it doesn’t have a catch basin below the windshield wipers to keep water from running back up the windshield; it doesn’t have a defroster to keep the wipers from icing up or snowing over; and it doesn’t have touring suspension or 16-inch tires to grab the road like a magnet.

About the only thing the 1995 has going for it is a price tag that’s going to be more in reach of consumers than the 1996 remake, which will no doubt carry a hefty increase-at least $1,000-to take into account all the changes, upgrades and innovations.

The van we tested starts at $19,595 with a 3.3-liter, V-6 (18 m.p.g. city/23 highway), 4-speed automatic and dual air bags as standard. The van included $4,000 in options from air conditioning to power locks to anti-lock brakes to power windows to remote keyless entry and luggage rack.

Consumer reviews

Rating breakdown (out of 5):
  • Comfort 4.0
  • Interior design 3.0
  • Performance 4.0
  • Value for the money 4.0
  • Exterior styling 2.0
  • Reliability 4.0

Most recent consumer reviews


Great minivan and do-everything vehicle

I had this car handed down to me from my parents a couple years ago, but we've had it in the family since it was new. Overall, its been an excellent car. We've used it for cross country trips, camping, daily driving, skiing (its the AWD model), hauling kids, and other normal minivan duties. While I've had it, I've used it to move a lot of my stuff to and from college. I've even been able to haul a sportbike inside it. The chairs can be easily removed to create a lot of space inside. The 3.0 V6 engine is bullet proof and surprisingly powerful. I drive this thing hard, and found it to be well handling for a minivan. I've even taken it off road in Sand Dunes, and the all wheel drive grips very well, (caution, it doesn't work in reverse). The ride is nice, and interior is comfortable. Very easy to drive for hours and hours. (aka Portland to San Fran). Gas mileage is about 18 mpg average. The only problems we've had is with transmissions, which we've gone through 3 or 4 through the life of the car, but it has over 190k now and I haven't had any tranny problems since I've had it. And like i've said before, the motor is solid as a rock. These vans are old now, but I see them as the modern day VW bus, better running but just as versitile and inexpensive.

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