2020 Chrysler Voyager
After 3 years of utilizing the Pacifica name for its minivan, obtained from a long-departed big crossover, Chrysler is reviving the Voyager nameplate for decently priced versions of its flagship offering. You might keep in mind Voyager as one of the very first 2 minivans that an extremely various Chrysler Corporation released in 1984, staking a claim to what was an emerging section at the time, however badged as a Plymouth Voyager along with its Dodge Caravan and Chrysler Town & Country twins. When the Plymouth brand name was stopped in the early 2000s the Voyager nameplate went to Chrysler and Lancia however was dropped a couple of years earlier as the marketplace continued its rely on SUVs and crossovers.
We’ll be seeing the Voyager name on a familiar vehicle, however, not a completely new minivan. You’re taking a look at images of a Pacifica with a Voyager badge on it, since that’s basically what the new Voyager is. Chrysler took the lower trim levels of the Pacifica and chose those would now be Voyagers. Greater trim levels of the Pacifica are still the Pacifica. To stop confusion, simply think about the Voyager a budget-conscious Pacifica with a various name.
2020 Chrysler Voyager Features
The feature set for the Voyager resembles that of the Pacifica-badged models it’s changing. You’ll just have the ability to inform it’s a Voyager on the outdoors from the badge on the liftgate. Chrysler included satellite radio, second-row quad seats and in-floor storage bins to the interior. You’ll still get the exact same Pentastar 3.6-liter V6 and nine-speed automated transmission in the Voyager, however no plug-in hybrid model will be readily available. We’ll be interested to see how this eventually impacts sales of the outstanding Chrysler minivan.
2020 Chrysler Voyager Design
The Chrysler Voyager will be targeted at budget-conscious purchasers and fleet consumers, basically changing the Pacifica L and LX trims. The 2020 Voyager will be provided in L, LX and LXi trim levels, the latter only provided for fleet purchasers with new UltraTec leatherette seats. Changes to the devices and exterior of the Voyager will be quite very little, and the Voyager will still be powered by a Pentastar 3.6-liter V6 with 287 hp and 262 lb-ft of torque, coupled with a TorqueFlite nine-speed automated. A 7-inch UConnect touchscreen infotainment and a 3.5-inch digital display screen cluster will be basic on this model, with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto connectivity, while the SafetyTec group with rear cross course detection, rear park help with automated braking and blind-spot tracking will be optional.
Seven-passenger seating with Stow ‘n Go second row will be basic, as on the leaving Pacifica lower trims, together with a six-speaker stereo with active sound cancellation tech. Purchasers will get an option of 6 exterior colors consisting of billet metal, intense white, dazzling black, granite crystal metal, velour red pearl, and jazz blue pearl, while interior upholstery colors (fabric just for non-fleet purchasers) will consist of toffee and black. Fleet purchasers of the LXi model will likewise get the alloy color for the leatherette seating surface areas. The LX models, on the other hand, will use an overhead DVD gamer (however not for the motorist) as an alternative, in addition to a roofing rack.
On the outdoors, the changes will be quite very little aside from the badging: Chrysler modified the appearance of lower grille a bit, however you’ll still need to be quite near to among these to determine it as a Voyager.
2020 Chrysler Voyager Price
Prices for this model has actually not been revealed yet, however if it straight changes the Pacifica L and LX trims, it needs to begin around $28,730 when it goes on sale later on this year. The Pacifica, on the other hand, begins at $34,590 for 2019 with the Touring Plus trim, leaving the Voyager some area to take its own little specific niche.