1990 Plymouth Voyager SE V6 3.0L from North America
Will last forever
Oil pan had a dent not allowing it to be drained when I first bought it. I made a new hole and it hasn't leaked.
Left window won't open.
Back right vent window won't open.
Radio a little wonky.
Alternator has just broken.
Hassle to work on.
Runs great! Perfect first car.
Handles very gently and responsibly.
Very roomy inside.
Brakes well, has locked a few times, but that was my braking and the very old tires.
This car runs great for the 6 months I've had it, no problems at all, at first it would shutdown at idle, but I replaced the spark plugs and it has never shut down on me once.
I'm impressed how a vehicle older than me, runs so well. It has 188,000 miles and still runs, I drive it hard as well, averaging 70 on the highway and sometimes reaching speeds up to 95. I refuse to take it higher. Perfect!
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Yes
Review Date: 6th February, 2008
27th Jun 2008, 03:18
Still incredibly awesome!
Runs perfect, no repairs since then besides a leaking radiator drain cock.
I bought a new one at a discount auto parts store for 3 dollars and popped it in myself.
Has about 193k miles on it, and still virtually soundless, besides the soothing humm when accelerating.
All of my windows work now after quick 3 dollar fixes.
No problems at all right now!
14th Mar 2011, 16:29
I bought this van new in 1990 and have, so far, put 460,000km on it. Same engine, same transmission.
There really haven't been any major repairs so far. I change the oil faithfully every 5,000km but not much else. I treated her to a tune up at 300,000km. The mechanic said that the last time he saw a set of spark plugs like that, he was working on his wife's car.
It's been a real trooper of a vehicle. I know the day will eventually come when it will have to be replaced but I dread the day. This has been, without a doubt, the BEST vehicle I have ever owned; nothing else even comes close.
Hope she lives forever.