1997 Plymouth Voyager

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$17,235

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1997 Plymouth Voyager

Key specs

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Overview

2 trims

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Consumer reviews

Rating breakdown (out of 5):
  • Comfort 4.0
  • Interior design 3.7
  • Performance 3.3
  • Value for the money 3.0
  • Exterior styling 3.3
  • Reliability 3.0

Most recent consumer reviews

3.6

Great car

We've had our Plymouth voyager since it was brand new. We got the 3L only because the engine was made by Mitsubishi. We got the three gear transmission because it was less glitchy. Long story short the transmission died after a few years but we replaced it and the car is still going strong 16 years later with 402000 kilometres on it. This is actually amazing for a Chrysler van. Other then the transmission there have been no big problems with my voyager. These cars were some what of a you either get good one or a bad one and there is no inbetween

1.6

Voyager is junk

The most expensive car you can buy was our 1997 Voyage (we bought it new). Door handles fell out when it was new! Tape player/radio malfunctions Wipers turn on by themselves ...and these were the minor problems!! Major problems: Brakes, brakes, brakes (about every 5-7K miles) 2 transmissions (not under warranty - 49K miles) (First and second in my lifetime!) Head gasket (rumored manufacturers defect but never covered) (first in my life) Radiator replacement (first in my life) The odometer works well, as does the speedometer and gas guage. Blinkers are excellent also. In sum, very poor quality for any amount of money.

5.0

Big Bang for the buck

Traded in our unreliable 1997 escort for the Voyager. Has lots of bells and whistles, no repairs needed, trani runs smooth, we love it! Tire brands are limited due to the tire size. A bit of roll on turns, but the turning radius is short. I've had 3 Fords and they have all been horrible. I've had 2 Chysler's and they have surpassed 200,000 miles with minor repairs. A win-win van!

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