1999 Plymouth Voyager

1999 Plymouth Voyager

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Most likely the same website where cryo got his "Naza Ria Car", but I insure you, this model is different as it is cleaner and comes with a name. The 1996 redesign used the Chrysler NS platform and included a driver's-side sliding door, a first. The manual transmission was dropped. The vinyl ""wood"" was no longer available on the Voyager and for that fact none of the Chrysler minivans. For this generation the Voyager was available in only base and mid-level SE models, the luxury LX and LE models, as well as the Sport weren't offered, as they were in the previous generation (the latter two were still offered on the Caravan though). Also available was the Rallye (later renamed Expresso) trim package. Rallyes were simply an SE model with more upgrades (they were still badged as "SE's", with the "Rallye" badge on the front doors, rather than with the "Plymouth", "Voyager", and "SE" badges on the back). From 1997 onward, regular SE's received a "Plymouth" badge in the place of the "Rallye" or "Expresso" badges. Four-wheel drive was reintroduced in 1997. The Voyager was on Car and Driver magazine's Ten Best list for 1996 and 1997. #4_Cylinder #4th_generation #4WD #American #Automobile #Car #FF #Minivan #NS #Plymouth #Plymouth_Voyager #Stock #V6 #Vehicle #Voyager
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