1997 Plymouth Grand Voyager Ralley from North America
Definitely a repeat buyer for the Grand Voyager here!!
After the van had 100,000 miles on it, I had to replace all the wheel bearings. Now, I'm afraid, the power steering is getting ready to go out (111,000 miles). I'm going to have the transmission checked soon, it may need a flush. One of the fan levels doesn't work now (Med-Hi). Had to have the serpentine belt replaced at about 85,000 miles. The seats are pretty comfortable. No complaints from the kids in long travels. We love our Plymouth!
We have taken two trips to Orlando. One from Wisconsin via Texas to Orlando and back through Nashville. The second from Texas to Orland/Coca Beach and back. We pull out the middle seat and put the 3 seater up to the middle with plenty of room for clothes, food/drinks and water toys! The kids lean the seats back and rest.
Love the handling of the van! Drives and maneuvers wonderfully!
The MPG can get a little steep in city driving (approx. 17-20mpg), long distance driving (24-29mpg)! The 3.3V6 does a great job for acceleration even with 7 passengers and a/c on!
Its been hit on one side by a snow plow/repaired and a drunk driver on the other side/repaired. No frame damage and is holding up like a CHAMP!I'm going to be a repeat buyer! Maybe when this engine gets to 200,000 like my last Voyager I had!
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Yes
Review Date: 9th December, 2004
19th Aug 2005, 22:03
I just bought a 1997 Plymouth Grand Voyager. So far I like it very much except for one thing, which I sure could use some advice on. I'm 6'1 and my left leg is somewhat crunched, even with the seat all the way back.
I can't continue driving with my leg in this position. Is there any way to reposition the front seat by either an adjustment, or by moving the whole seat base back and drilling new holes, which I'm not fond of doing??
If anyone has an answer to this before I end up taking it back to the dealer, would you please write me at:
RICKW3DVE@AOL.COM I need an answer to this seat issue as soon as possible. I would greatly appreciate it!!
Thanks, Rick Corbin... Pittsburgh Pa.