Pros: Outstanding passenger and cargo versatility; excellent ride and handling balance; quiet cabin; class-exclusive third-row Stow ‘n Go seats
Cons: Not all Pacifica amenities and safety features are available for Voyager; some complicated touchscreen controls
CG Says: While Pacifica has refreshed styling this year, Chrysler Voyager’s appearance unchanged. However, the automatic emergency braking system of the optional Safety Tec Group now includes pedestrian detection. The 2021 Chrysler Voyager is a Chrysler minivan for the budget-conscious shopper. (Fiat Chrysler Automobile’s other budget-priced minivan, the Dodge Grand Caravan, has been dropped for 2021.) Although the Voyager name is new to Chrysler, the Voyager minivan was previously the entry-level L and LX versions of the familiar Chrysler Pacifica. (Also, the Voyager badge once graced vans and minivans sold by Chrysler’s departed Plymouth division.) As rebadged Pacificas, Voyagers share a 287-horsepower 3.6-liter V6, 9-speed automatic transmission, and other mechanical features with their upmarket siblings, although all-wheel drive isn’t available. Voyager lacks Pacifica’s Stow ‘n Go stowable second-row seats, although Voyager has a Stow ‘n Go third-row seat. Blind-spot alert, rear cross-path detection, and rear parking sensors are available, but those desiring lane-departure warning, adaptive cruise control, and other advanced safety features will need to move up to the Pacifica. The Chrysler Voyager appeals to budget shoppers and rewards them with good performance and fuel economy, along with fine ride and handling in a modestly equipped package. Those who want more amenities and safety features should shop Pacifica (see separate review), but Voyager owners will enjoy Pacifica styling and dynamics at a lower price.
|Drive Wheels||front-wheel drive|
|Nation of Manufacture||Canada|
|Base Prices||L: $28,730
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