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18 Total Reviews

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  • Great car except for the rust - 2000 Chrysler Grand Voyager
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    I got it at 80k now has 105k replaced front brakes, water pump and several pulleys as well as the belt. The big stuff was corrosion issues. The rear brake lines were rusted out at the ABS Pump which is under the van. I also had to have the power steering lines replaced from corrosion. Also one of the gas tank straps rusted through and snapped in half. The body has rust issues at the bottom of the liftgate, above the rear wheel wells and the rocker panels by the rear wheel and under the front drivers door. The front hood is also prone to rust as well. The weird thing is many of these issues are caused by factory installed plastic stickers covering the drain holes.

  • Love my Van - 2000 Chrysler Grand Voyager
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    This is my 4th Chrysler Minivan. I like the way it handles and the way it pulls my camper with ease. I have the V6 3.3 engine with a tow package. The only drawback I have is the interier has a few rattles in it and the front and side cup holders are not deep enough for larger cups, as in fast food cups. I have had both Caravan and Voyager minivans and I liked them both. I would buy another one.

  • Must have been a mistake - 2000 Chrysler Grand Voyager
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    I was unsure when I boughy this care at 102,000 miles just how long it would last. But one year later I think it is probably one of the best cars that I have ever owned.

  • It's Been a Great Van - 2000 Chrysler Grand Voyager
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    My wife and I bought this van at the end of the model year. It had been a rental fleet vehicle and had 20k mile on it. Aside from a couple of small fluid leaks which we had repaired under warranty, it has been a great van and I have been very impressed with its quality and reliability, especially considering all of the horror stories I have heard about Chrysler vans. This having been our first minivan, I have been very pleased with the ride and handling. We liked this van so well that we are upgrading to an '03 Grand Caravan eX.

  • Chrysler's getting better - 2000 Chrysler Grand Voyager
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    I bought this van in Sep of 2000. So far I put 41000 miles on it. No major mechanical problem yet. Been in the dealer for three minor problems, strut failure of the rear lift gate, broken sun visor holder and transmission fluid leak at the fluid transfer tube to the cooler. Good ride and handling, average fuel mileage. Chrysler did not disappoint me.

  • '98 Voyager - 2000 Chrysler Grand Voyager
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    Leased this vehicle for 3 years, and over that time, all I did was change the oil every 4,000 miles. Never had one mechanical or interior problem. Was my first new product from Chrysler, and my second van (my first being a '96 Ford Windstar). I liked its quality, driveability and low maintenance so much, at the end of its lease I bought another Chrysler product... The Dodge Intrepid. And I'm having the same great experience with it.

  • Don't buy the 2000 Grand Voyager - 2000 Chrysler Grand Voyager
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    This van has some convenience features. The mechanical reliability is nil. We replaced 9 tires before we found out there was a problem with the toe of the front tires. We have replaced the brakes 3 times along with a master cylinder..only highway and city driving. The transmission is on its last legs. Customer service above the level of the local dealership is non existant. This "family" vehicle also does not need to have the brake pressed to shift it out of gear..this van has been "driven" by my 2 year old along with the neighbors 3 year old. Luckily no one was severely hurt but it could have been a very bad situation.

  • a life time fan - 2000 Chrysler Grand Voyager
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    My first Chrysler was an ordinary voyager I bought it second hand. unfortunately the head gasket blew and my drive was ruined from oil so I sold it. my second one was a grand voyager turbo diesel in which the fuel pump and the electrical management system packed up so once again i sold it. my third one which i still have to this day is a Chrysler grand voyager LX and it's beautiful and it's huge when the seats go down I can even play hockey in the back my friends and family call it the party wagon and it really is so far I've had no problems with it touch wood. i love it and so do the kids especially the DVD system it's like driving around in your living room totally awesome this one is here to stay.

  • failed brakes - 2000 Chrysler Grand Voyager
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    This van is constant need of brake repair, i have since 2006 put four sets of brakes on it, two rotors, two master cylinders, two wheel seals and now i don't have front brakes again, the back brakes are grabbing, the booster is fine. I am thinking maybe the abs box has some issues, anyways i have never had to do so much repair to one vehicle. I am unhappy with this purchase.

  • Best Car I've Owned to 212K miles! - 2000 Chrysler Grand Voyager
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    My faithful Dodge caravan will finally have to be replaced. It lasted 212,000 miles and over 10 years! I have hauled everything in this car, been stuck in it for up to 3 hours a day NYC driving, and driven it through 10 NY winters. It has been great. My wife owned one first and we kept that one for 140k miles. Air went at 180k on my car and 140k on hers. That's about it. Cost about $8k less than the SUV's when I bought it, and have done everything from camp out of it to commute at 65 mph day in and day out. Kept me safe in one deer/car crash.

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