1993 Plymouth Grand Voyager SE 3.3L from North America
Love it-definitely would consider buying another one!
Transmission went at 200,000km-Had it rebuilt.
Transmission went again at 265,000km-Had it rebuilt again.
Alternator faulty at 276,000km.
TCM faulty at 265,000km-Had a re manufactured one installed.
Engine Computer faulty at 266,000km -Replaced with new.
Fuel Pump Failed at 272,000- Replaced with New.
Ball Joints Worn out at 276,000km.
A/C Doesn't hold Refrigerant.
Passenger Power Window track assembly broke at 258,000km- Replaced with used from scrapyard.
O2 Sensor Faulty at 260,000km -replaced with new.
Rear wheel bearings seized at 265,000km- Replaced with new.
Paint began to peel off on roof at 264,000km.
Personally, I LOVE this van. Despite all the other comments that people have posted, it's been quite trouble free (aside from the transmissions) and excellently reliable. It has only seen 4 winters, all the other years it was driven from Alberta, Canada to Arizona. Overall, it's got very minimal rust and the body is in pretty good shape (aside from the peeling on the roof). All parts that were replaced were ORIGINAL except for the rebuilt transmissions. Seats are comfortable, back bench seats rattle terribly though. Great heat and superb handling in ice and snow. Van rides amazingly for the age and still drives like a dream. Gas mileage is not too bad.
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Yes
Review Date: 29th October, 2008