2002 Chrysler Grand Voyager Limited 2.5CRD from UK and Ireland


A great MPV - I'd buy another!


Front anti-roll bar bushes @ 40000 miles - only make a noise - easily replaced - not concerned - I do a lot of country road driving with bumpy surface.

General Comments:

After owning BMW's for 15 years I was concerned with Chrysler build quality - but the Voyager fitted my requirements and looks great.

2.5 years later and 50000 miles - still looks a stunner and it's a great vehicle - I'm keeping it.

Downside - manual gears clunky - but OK - just calm down and take your time its not a BMW sports car anyway.

Handbrake - trick is to pull it twice.

Chrome wheels - look great - pain to clean.

Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Yes

Review Date: 3rd January, 2005

11th Aug 2006, 04:01

I needed to change front anti-roll bar bushes in 60000 km after they caused irritating noise in bumpy roads. This seems to be typical problem for Grand Voyager. My car is 2003 3.3l model.

2002 Chrysler Grand Voyager SE 3.3 V6 from Australia and New Zealand


Great family mover


If you used the foot brake and the RH indicator at the same time all lights at the rear came on.

Had to go back to the dealer twice for this - found to be a earth wiring problem from manufacture. Earth wiring was replaced and all seems fixed.

General Comments:

Lovely car to drive.

Got this to take the kids and In Laws around - seats 7 adults easily.

Plenty of space for the kids and luggage - especially if you remove one of the single seats behind the front passenger.

Seats are very heavy to remove.

The Air Conditioning controls take a lot to understand. The handbook recomends set it an leave it - I recommend this too!

Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Yes

Review Date: 20th October, 2002