1996 Plymouth Grand Voyager from North America
Worst car we've ever owned
Turn Signals went out.
Horn doesn't work.
Cruise control went out.
Windshield wipers go on and off by themselves.
Starter went out.
Has an unusual "rattle" while going over bumps.
"Skips" while idling.
We purchased a 1996 Plymouth Grand Voyager in the summer of 99. It had a little over 50,000 miles on it.
Within 6 months, the windshield wipers began turning on and off by themselves. A month after that, my passenger side air bag light came on and would not turn off. Then the turn signals went out, the horn wouldn't work and the cruise control stopped working. Occasionally when I put it in drive, it won't "catch" and seems to be sitting in neutral. I have to move the gear shift up and down to get it to finally click into drive.
As I write this, my van is sitting at the dealership because it doesn't start until you turn the key 7 or 8 times. They suspect the starter has gone.
It also "jumps" or "skips" when you're idling at a red light.
This is the worst van we've ever owned and I would never recommend a Plymouth Grand Voyager to ANYONE. It's a complete piece of junk and a waste of money to boot.
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? No
Review Date: 3rd June, 2004
6th Jul 2004, 07:29
What is it with Plymouth Voyagers and their incredibly bizarre behavior. The Steering column on my '92 Plymouth Grand Voyager can be shifted from left, to right, moving a total of about one inch. When the transmission is in Neutral and steering column all the way to the left, you can push column to the right and put the transmission into Reverse!
Also, when turning on, sometimes nothing happens when you turn the key (rear hatch button doesn't even work). The computer "thinks" the transmission is in a gear other than Park. While STILL holding key turned to "start" position I can nudge the steering wheel with my knee and engine starts (that button works now too).
Ah how I love my M-V.