1992 Plymouth Voyager Grand 3.3 from North America
A shoddily made piece of garbage
This van is a piece of garbage. My family bought it back in 92 new. I started driving it about 5 years ago. Basically, everything has gone wrong. This van has been a constant source of problems, stress, and a sinkhole for money.
The 1st transmission failed, and the 2nd is about to go.
The entire ABS system is shoddy. I have put thousands into ABS brake parts alone.
The interior is falling apart.
The tie rod is about to fall off.
The motor mounts are off.
The CV axles are both knock.
The sliding door never closed correctly, and recently the latch had ceased to work completely.
The plastic runners on the side are warped and waterlogged. The laminate peels.
About a million other things I can't think of right now.
Do not ever buy an older voyager/caravan/town and country. If I had known how much money I was going to put into this van, I certainly would have sold it.
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? No
Review Date: 7th May, 2003
30th Jun 2004, 13:12
I totally agree with this rating. I am surprised that the 1992 Voyager got any positive reviews at all. Granted it is a joy on the highway & handles beautifully. But I also bought it new & had to replace: brakes, transmission, fuel pump, tires, etc. etc. I could have bought a nice Toyota and paid more initially, but saved much in the end.
29th Oct 2005, 13:40
<b><h1><font color="red">I work on a 1992 Plymouth Voyager LE on a regular basis for a friend of mine. It says enough that I need to work on it regularly, however, it is rather simple to repair them. They are somewhat scary to drive, but perform well for a month at a time.</font></b></h1>
3rd Nov 2007, 00:44
Y'all know there was a recall on a bunch of the Bendix 10 ABS components, right? You probably could've saved a bundle if you'd been an informed consumer.