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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.
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2020 Chrysler Voyager Is a New Lower-Cost Minivan

This budget version of the Pacifica doesn't even offer key advanced safety features


This new minivan is positioned between the long-running Dodge Grand Caravan and the current Chrysler Pacifica, on which it's based. The Voyager is essentially the two cheapest trims of the Pacifica, the L and LX, spun off under a new model name. (The fleet-only LXi version is headed primarily for rental car lots.)

The Voyager is available with rear- and side-entry conversions to accommodate the needs of wheelchair and mobility scooter users.

Here’s what we know so far.

Impressions The Voyager's exterior is nearly indistinguishable from a Pacifica's, aside from the badging. The front of this minivan has a simpler design than the Pacifica, and the body lacks some of the garnish and foglights used to dress up the Pacifica.
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