/2010 Chrysler Grand Voyager Gets Updated

2010 Chrysler Grand Voyager Gets Updated

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Chrysler Grand Voyager is not best minivan in the market but it has so much character and many people buy it for that very reason! Now the latest edition of the Voyager for 2010 has received a few updates for better looks, improved safety, lower fuel consumption and CO2 emissions.

The Voyager can be had with either a 2.8-litre turbo diesel engine or a 3.8-litre V6 petrol engine, with a six-speed automatic gearbox and front-wheel-drive. Fuel economy of the diesel models are much improved and they now return 33.6 mpg, with 10 percent lower carbon dioxides than before.

It comes with three LX, Touring and Limited trim levels. Standard features include Stow ‘n Go seats; power sliding side doors; power tailgatre rear-view interior conversation mirror; third-row power side windows; a removable torch; directional LED reading lamps and automatic three-zone climate control for all passengers.  Grand Voyager Limited models also get power folding 3rd row Stow ‘n Go; back-up camera and rain sensitive wipers.

As an optional extra you can order a dual-screen DVD system allowing second-row passengers to play a video game or watch a different film to those in the third row, a touchscreen and voice-controlled navigation system along with the ability to store more than 4000 songs on an integrated 30GB hard drive, and uconnect GPS system.

As for safety features the car comes as standard with traction control; ESP; tyre-pressure monitoring; front and all-row side-curtain air bags; as well as seven full-size seats with fixings for three Isofix child seats.

The Grand Voyager prices range from £26,995 for the LX entry model to £34,995 for the top of the range 2.8-litre diesel Limited model. The 3.8-litre petrol model costs £35,495.

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