The Voyager, and its twin the Dodge Caravan, was redesigned for 2001.
Although engine power increased, acceleration remains lackluster and fuel economy unimpressive with the popular 3.3-liter, 180-hp V6.
A harsh and unresponsive 2.4-liter, 150-hp four-cylinder, shared with the PT Cruiser, continues as the base engine.
Powertrain shortcomings aside, the Voyager rides fairly comfortably, and its handling is secure.
The third-row seat is a handy 50/50 split bench that's fairly easy to remove, though not as versatile as some competitors' fold-into-the-floor designs.
An entry-level eC model joined the lineup for 2002.
Optional power-adjustable pedals were also added.