Explore the All-New Chrysler Voyager

December 19th, 2019 by

You might remember the Plymouth Voyager from your childhood, with its boxy trademarked minivan style. Although Plymouth hasn’t manufactured vehicles in more than two decades, the Voyager is back on the market thanks to a complete overhaul. For the 2020 model year, Chrysler simplified the Pacifica lineup and split the lower trims into the brand-new Voyager. The former L and LX trims now make up the new Voyager and join the fleet-only LXi trim. What sets this vehicle apart from its predecessor is its lower MSRP. Keep reading to learn more about this vehicle. 

Easy-to-Use Infotainment System

To keep you and your passengers connected, the Voyager’s base trim includes Bluetooth connectivity and the Uconnect 4 interface. The sound comes through six speakers, and the cabin includes active noise cancellation. You can access this system via a 7-inch touch-screen display, which also includes Android Auto and Apple CarPlay compatibility. The LX trim adds SiriusXM satellite radio, an 8.4-inch touch-screen display, and an optional overhead DVD player for rear passengers.

Plenty of Standard Features

The base L trim includes numerous standard features, including 17-inch steel wheels, fold-away power heated outboard mirrors, a 12-volt power outlet, remote keyless entry, and dual-zone manual climate control. If you upgrade to the LX trim, standard features include 17-inch aluminum wheels, tri-zone manual climate control, and an eight-way power driver’s seat.

Comfortable Interior

Although the Voyager looks and feels exactly like the Pacifica, it still drives just like a big sedan with lots of power and space. There’s plenty of cargo space behind the third-row seat. Although it’s limited to seven passengers in both trims, the vehicle’s base trim has a second-row bench seat, while the LX trim has second-row captain’s chairs. In addition, the LX trim includes heated cloth seats and steering wheel.

Stellar Safety Features

When it comes to safety, even though there are aren’t an abundance of trim options, the Voyager doesn’t skimp. It has the typical required safety features, such as electronic stability control and a rearview camera. It also includes eight air bags, including knee air bags for those riding in the front seat. You can opt for the ParkSense package, which includes blind-spot monitoring, rear park assist, and rear cross-traffic alert. This package is available on both trims.

Powerful Engine

To power the vehicle, the Voyager comes with a 3.6-liter V-6 engine that produces 287 horsepower on either trim. It comes paired with a nine-speed automatic transmission. Thanks to this engine, the vehicle’s fuel economy is decent as it attains 18 miles per gallon (mpg) in the city and 28 mpg on the highway.

Essentially a  rebadged lower-trim version of the Pacifica, the Voyager is the perfect vehicle for families on a budget. However, the vehicle doesn’t feel like you’re skimping on luxury, as it offers numerous key features that set it apart from its Pacifica counterpart. If you’re interested in getting behind the wheel of one of these all-new Chrysler Voyagers, reach out to the professionals at Ray Laethern Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram. They can schedule a test drive so you can drive off in one of these vehicles today.