The Voyager is intended as a lower-price-point alternative to the Pacifica means that while it may not get all of the standard luxury features of its big brother, it does get the Pacifica's engine and drivetrain, a 287-horsepower V6 and 9-speed transmission. Plenty of power for highway merging and passing. It also has a big fuel tank, with Chrysler estimating its total range at around 530 miles, making it a great vehicle for the extended road trip.
The Chrysler Voyager comes in two basic trims, L and LX. The basic Voyager L may be at the bottom of the lineup but it still features such high-end features as Chrysler's Uconnect 4 infotainment system with built in Apple CarPlay and Android Auto integration. The 6-speaker sound system is also Bluetooth compatible for audio streaming as well as phone calls.
All the expected modern standard features are included such as heated mirrors, remote keyless entry, air conditioning, folding third-row seat and push-button start.
The driver seat can be optioned up to an 8-way power adjustable model and 3-zone climate control is a $445 option. The $495 SafetyTec package includes park assist and blind-spot detection.
The LX trim adds a few thousand dollars to the base price but also adds standard 12-way power-adjustable driver's seat, 17-inch aluminum wheels and automatic headlights. The LX also offers three-zone climate control and proximity entry.
Available options include a heated steering wheel, remote start and front heated seats, power sliding side doors and parking sensors.
Standard safety features across the Voyager range include a blind spot and cross path detection system, hill start assist, a rearview camera and parking sensors.