Announcing the 2020 Chrysler Voyager
The Chrysler Voyager is back for the 2020 model year. The Plymouth Voyager was a popular minivan in the ’80s and ’90s, but production stopped in 2001 after the Plymouth division of Chrysler folded. The new Chrysler Voyager is a budget-friendly version of the Pacifica, but it debuts with some significant differences. Here are some details for the all-new 2020 Chrysler Voyager.
The Trim Levels
The Voyager will look almost exactly like the Pacifica on the outside except for the prominent Voyager badge on the liftgate. It will first arrive in three different trim levels. The base L, the LX, will replace the L and LX Pacifica trims, and the LXi is a model designed for fleets and will not be available to consumers. Some features include 17-inch steel wheels for the L with alloy for the LX and LXi. The LXi will add a roof rack, all Voyagers will come with manually sliding doors on the side, and each will have a manual liftgate.
All the Voyager models will get the same engine found under the hood of the Pacifica. The 3.6-liter V-6 generates 287 horsepower, and it works with a nine-speed automatic transmission. Power in all Voyager models will go to the front wheels. Just like the Pacifica, drivers can expect to get 19 mpg during city driving and up to 28 mpg on the highway.
The Safety Features
The Voyager will come standard with a rearview camera, and Chrysler’s SafetyTec Group is an available option for all of the Voyager models. This option adds rear parking sensors, a rear cross-traffic alert system, along with blind-spot monitoring. All the trims will have a full suite of air bags along with anti-lock brakes.
The Voyager’s cabin looks upscale with soft-touch surfaces in the LX, and leatherette armrests for the front-seat passengers. The LXi will come with leatherette upholstery and the Stow n’ Go seats. The L and LX will both have quad seats in the second row and storage cubbies in the floor along with cloth upholstery. The L will have a second-row bench seat and room for seven passengers, while the LX adds captain’s chairs in the second row and reduces passenger capacity to six.
The LX will also come with a power-adjustable driver’s seat, and controls for the audio system mounted on the steering wheel. This trim also offers the option for a cold-weather package that comes with heated seats, and it adds a heated steering wheel.
All three of the Voyager trims will come with a seven-inch touch screen display and Uconnect 4. This infotainment system means that Apple CarPlay and Android Auto both come standard. The LX will add satellite radio and the option for an overhead DVD player for the rear seat passengers.
Chrysler will start producing the 2020 Voyager in August of 2019. The L and LX trims will replace the Pacifica’s entry-level models, and Chrysler will make the LXi available to fleet buyers. While we wait for the release of the 2020 Voyager, let us know if you see a car in our Chrysler inventory that you want to take for a test drive today from Ray Laethem Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram.