2000 Chrysler Voyager Owners Manual – The well-liked Voyager and Grand Voyager minivans now sport the Chrysler nameplate. Chrysler will likely be retiring the Plymouth nameplate at the end of the 2001 model year. For 2000, the Voyager minivan models will be offered at Chrysler car dealerships as the Chrysler Voyager and Chrysler Grand Voyager. (Past Voyagers, and all other Plymouth-company automobiles, will continue being maintained at DaimlerChrysler car dealerships.)
Although the Chrysler brand name has its own minivan, the Town & Country, it isn’t surprising that the company is transporting forward with the Voyager since the Voyager has regularly provided the merchandise on all fronts: freight potential, comfort, styling, drive quality and dealing with. We believe the Voyager SE is one particular of the sleeker stallions in DaimlerChrysler’s minivan steady, consisting of the high quality Town & Country Limited and the far more modestly priced Dodge Caravan.
Few changes have been made for 2000. Several new hues have already been introduced (vibrant metallic, patriot glowing blue, aquamarine and shale natural). An AM/FM stereo system with cassette is now standard on the Voyager and Grand Voyager, and the tone of the camel-coloration interior on the Voyager SE with the Quad seats has been softened considerably for decrease distinction.
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We tested the front-wheel-drive base-model Voyager. Its sloping redesigned entrance fascia and capturing grille provide an attractive, practically regal seem. Its rounded edges, slanting windscreen, toned body panels and modest aspect moldings, in conjunction with its dusky shade – which Chrysler has dubbed Strong Cranberry – give the Voyager a sporty visage that is both sophisticated and somewhat imposing. The darkish-colored windows blended completely with the strong-maroon color work. (Our photo shows it in Bright Metallic.)
Moving entry doors on edges of the Voyager make receiving in and out a wind. Once you’ve experienced two moving entrance doors, you’ll in no way get back to a single, whether you’re moving toddlers, teenagers or equipment. The speed and ease of reloading freight from the driver’s side help make the recommended moving driver’s door worth the added $590.
The Voyager is large, specifically after the 2nd- and thirdly-row seats are removed. Taking away all those seats necessary a yeoman work in yrs previous, but it is less difficult now. The SE’s available center-row container seats can be unlatched and eliminated through the slipping side entrance doors. A solid yank on a lever pops the third-row bench seat up on to a set of rims, allowing it to be rolled backward and taken away via the tailgate. Even so, it is still a two-man or woman job as these seats, like most car seats, are weighty.