This car is a manufacturing and financial disaster
A/C stopped working one year (summer) after I bought it, $700.
A/C stopped working again a year after it was fixed. I'm not fixing it again.
Transmission destroyed itself while my wife was driving it home from grocery shopping, $1992. Ouch!
Transmission shifts hard after replacement, getting worse after shop warranty ran out. Probably will fix it myself with one from a junkyard, if I decide to drive it to the ground.
Plastic screw covers in the interior broke due to weather.
Many other little things broke: horns, wire harness to under-hood light bulb got cut by body, OEM brake rotors warped, motors on rear glass panels quit ($120)
There is no room to replace spark plugs from under the car, tune-up means the intake manifold has to be taken off! That is an inferior design to say the least. Nissan has never done that, and I've owned 3 other Nissan vehicles: 2 Sentras and a Maxima (V6). The Maxima is a breeze to tune up compared to the Voyager.
The design of the parking brake is such that there is no way it will brake both rear wheels. One side ends up doing all the work. Don't ever try to stop the car with this kind of emergency brake or it will spin you around like a top!
Never buy a Chrysler no matter what their ads say.
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? No
Review Date: 20th April, 2003