of the 1996 Plymouth Grand Voyager. Base trim shown.
Orlando Sentinel's view
Plymouth, one of America's oldest automotive nameplates, has faded in the last three years as Chrysler poured its resources into rebuilding its higher profile Jeep, Dodge and ... Read more
The sweet smell of success at Chrysler Corp. since its initial 1984 introduction of the minivan is being carried forward with the 1996 models.Chrysler, which for the most part has ... Read more
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 ... Read more
Less Than Average
Pros: Roomy, powerful, nice design, comfortable ride, feels solid, good visibility, practical, clever layout. I've heard engine 3.3L V6 can last up to 200K miles. +++++ Cons: Repaired/replaced the ... Read full review
Grand Voyager Van is my pride and joy.
I bought a new 1996 Grand Voyager SE. I have lots of people sometimes, so the quad of captains chairs and the bench seat for three was exactly what I needed. I also have a ceramics business and ... Read full review
The 1996 Plymouth Grand Voyager currently has 0 recalls