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Chrysler is splitting its minivan offering with the Voyager, a lower-cost version of the Pacifica. The Voyager takes over for the L and LX trim levels, which account for about a third of Pacificas sold, thereby offering a more affordable entry into the minivan line.
It uses the same 3.6-liter V6 engine as the Pacifica, matched with a nine-speed automatic transmission. That combination delivers good power in the Pacifica, where it returned 21 mpg overall. For 2021, the Voyager offers optional forward collision warning, and automatic emergency braking with pedestrian detection, but these features come standard on the Pacifica.
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2020
2020 Redesign Year
Chrysler brought back the Voyager in 2020 to split its minivan offering as a lower-cost version of the Pacifica. The Voyager takes over for the L and LX trim levels, which account for about a third of Pacificas sold, thereby offering a more affordable entry into the minivan line.
It uses the same 3.6-liter V6 engine as the Pacifica, matched with a nine-speed automatic transmission. That combination delivers good power in the Pacifica, where it returned 21 mpg overall. The Voyager does not offer key advanced safety systems, such as forward collision warning or automatic emergency braking. At least, blind spot warning is optional. The Pacifica is a very competitive minivan.
$21,475 - $24,350
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2003
2003 Redesign Year
$4,025
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2000-2002
$2,925 - $3,275
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$2,900 - $2,950
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$2,625 - $2,800
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