1996 Plymouth Voyager from North America
It stinks like rotten eggs don't buy this LEMON!
Whats not gone wrong with this mini van, the battery went dead the next day after purchase, the transmission, the heat, the ac, an oil leak, hed gasket the front end had to be replaced. The car isn't even 10 years old yet, and it's a financial disaster to a single parent who has an ill child she must take to the Childrens Hospital every few months.
The only good thing about it is that it has a lot of space for cargo.
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? No
Review Date: 8th May, 2003
I'd recommend trading it in on a Chevy Astro/GMC Safari, or Mercury Villager/Nissan Quest. These vans have never failed us.
Agree! This car is a lemon. Purchased a '96 in Jan 2000. Problems within first week. Replaced engine and transmission June '02. MAP sensor went out shortly after-$200 and now (June '03) major oil leak.
I own a 1996 Plymouth Voyager. This car has turned out to be my worst nightmare. On November 15, 2002, a woman rear-ended me. The Voyager had no visible damage. I wish it had because I would not be suffering today. The impact shifted to my body causing major whiplash. I couldn't work for over 6 weeks. I ended up having to change jobs and fell behind in my bills all because this car is not built to absorb the impact in a low impact rear-end collision. To date I am still suffering. I am very angry and feel the auto maker should compensate me for all my pain and suffering. Before the accident occurred, I had these repairs: engine, electrical work on the door and the catalytic converter kept giving me problems. That's not the full list. The nightmare continues.
I agree with these comments. The 1996 Grand Voyager is the worst vehicle I have ever owned. I'll never buy Chrysler again.
I have owned a 96 Grand Voyager since 1999 and have put 100,000 miles plus on it and have had no problems at all.