The 1997 Plymouth Grand Voyager has been known to outlast the 200,000-mile marker, while still maintaining its reliability with only minor repairs. Minivan owners who prefer better performance will recommend the bigger V-6 engine, but fans of efficient fuel economy will recommend the I-4 engine.
The 1997 Plymouth Grand Voyager SE gets interior features, such as air-conditioning, speed control, and power front windows. With cup holders in the front and back, the Grand Voyager is also equipped with a standard tilt steering wheel, an AM/FM radio, and a cassette player with an optional CD player. Four speakers come standard but a 10-speaker option is also available. In the base model, standard features include speed control, cup holders, AM/FM radio, a cassette player, and four speakers. The tilt steering wheel is an extra in the base model.
Vehicle: 1997 Plymouth Grand Voyager Good soldier of a car, keeps running with basic maintenance and some backyard fixing from time to time. BUT, recently the fuel rail started leaking raw gasoline, which filled the little moat around the valve cover, which promptly started on fire burning like a 3.3 liter tiki torch. One fire extinguisher (thanks, Burger King) and $600 in fuel rail and melted wire repair later, Chrysler says "Oh well, sorry. Can't help you." But wait-the fuel rail leaking was a known recall! Tough darts, you should have fixed it before now. Oh well.