Used Chrysler Voyager (2001 - 2008) Comfort

Review by Simon Harris on
Last Updated: 01 Feb 2007
Not really clever enough to compete with rivals like the Renault Espace, Citroën C8, Peugeot 807 and the 2006 Ford Galaxy on ability, but prices are lower, and there are some generous discounts on new models. As more people prefer the longer and more practical Grand Voyager, the Voyager range has been simplified, with the V6 petrol dropped, and a choice of SE or LX 2.

3 out of 5


Air conditioning is standard and the seating positions offer occupants a good view of surroundings. Electric front windows are standard, and LX models have the option of electric sliding rear passenger doors. Diesels are noisy and could become tiring if called upon frequently to overtake other traffic.

3 out of 5


About as much luggage space as a Ford Focus with all seven seats in use. Third row is also a bench seat which is quite cumbersome - you won't be able to remove it without help unless you're exceptionally strong. Very roomy, and almost van like with all the rear passenger seats removed.

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Behind the wheel

The Voyager has quite an upmarket looking interior, perhaps matching the promise of its exterior styling, but is let down by some cheap-feeling materials on the dashboard. Visibility isn't too bad, although the windscreen pillar is a little heavy. Parking sensors are not a factory option on the Voyager.