1995 Chrysler Voyager from North America


Not a very good vehicle


We've had three transmissions put in this. Within the first 6 months of owning it, it was in the dealer five times because of transmission problems. Finally, it was rebuilt. We had to have a new transmission put in about four years later, and now, it needs another one. Paint job is horrible, it's been peeling for years. Chrysler paid to have the hood repainted 5 years ago because of the problem, but it's now on the entire vehicle.

General Comments:

Poor quality.

Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? No

Review Date: 6th July, 2006

8th Jul 2006, 01:03

Your experience is not typical. Our best friends have owned two Chrysler vans. The first was virtually trouble free for 240,000 miles. The current one has over 130,000 with only one minor electrical problem. A business associate of mine also has owned two Dodge vans, both of which went over 200,000 with virtually no problems. Although Chrysler is notorious for bad customer service and not honoring their warranty, their vehicles are generally very good.

9th Jul 2006, 18:41

For now on make sure you PUT in the correct fluid and don't be shifting from R to D while still going backwards.

1995 Chrysler Voyager 3.0L V6 from North America


A reliable family van


Starter contacts replaced at 75,000km and 135,000km.

Passenger door became unaligned at around 70,000km. Hinges were adjusted at dealer.

Driver seat seatbelt does not retract completely - 125,000km.

Emergency brake release lever became crooked at 90,000km. No affect on function.

Steering alignment needed tweaking at around 100,000km.

General Comments:

The van accelerates smoothly.

The transmission clunks often when it downshifts.

Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Yes

Review Date: 26th October, 2003