1999 Plymouth Grand Voyager Expresso 3.3 Multi Fuel from North America
Trans was re-built at 96,000 miles.
AC Compressor replaced at 65,000.
AC Compressor replaced at 96,000.
Minor issues, all taken care of under warranty.
I can't say anything bad about this car. I purchased it with the knowledge that Chrysler had issues with the trans. For that reason I bought the extended warranty. Shame on you if you plan on keeping you car as long as I do and DON'T buy one (regardless of make). The $1,200 over the course of the 100,000 miles equates to 1.2 Cents per mile...
I maintained all fluids, lubes, filters, etc, per schedule (I do that myself). The car still runs fine. Maybe I got lucky, maybe not. I think that proper maintenance is the key to any car. For what it's worth, over the past 25 yrs I've had an Audi, VW, Saturn, Volvo 850, Cadillac Seville, Ford Tempo. The Saturn and Tempo gave me NO problems, but I sold them at 90,000 miles. The other cars all went at least 155,000 before I sold them and had roughly the same service records. The Audi 5KCSTQ had electrical issues, but boy was it fun to drive...
Anyway, the car served (and still does although it will be up for sale this weekend). From my experience I would have to recommend it.
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Yes
Review Date: 17th January, 2007