Changes to the Grand Voyager include a revised front end and improvements in standard equipment
7 July 2011

Chrysler has revised the Chrysler Grand Voyager MPV for the 2011 model year.

At the front end, the Grand Voyager features a revised grille, bonnet and lower fascia for a more “premium look,” according to Chrysler. The rear gets a new bumper, boot lid and LED tail lights.

See a pic of the revised Chrysler Grand Voyager

Inside, the MPV features improved ‘Stow ‘n Go’ seating, with larger seats and a new fold-into-the-floor’ one-touch mechanism.

LX models also get cruise control and a new leather steering wheel with audio controls, while Touring models add Bluetooth, an auto dimming rear view mirror, 30Gb hard disc drive and reversing camera.

For Limited models, blind spot monitoring, crosspath detection and new Nappa leather upholstery feature.

Power for all versions comes courtesy of a 2.8-litre CRD diesel engine, which produces 161bhp and 265lb ft of torque. Chrysler says the Grand Voyager will hit 60mph in 12.8sec and will go on to a top speed of 115mph. Fuel economy is 33.6mpg and CO2 emissions are rated at 222g/km.

Prices for the Chrysler Grand Voyager LX start from £27,995, with Touring models starting from £29,995. Range topping Limited versions cost from £35,995.

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