Plymouth Grand Voyager Accessories & Parts

About Plymouth Grand Voyager

The Plymouth Grand Voyager premiered in 1987 and it came as a variant of the Voyager minivan with a longer wheelbase. The first generation Grand Voyager primarily featured standard 3.3-liter V6 engine producing 150 hp paired with a 4-speed automatic transmission. For the the second generation it was replaced with less powerful 3.0-liter V6, which produced 142 hp. The transmission for the second generation model was also changed and now it was a 3-speed automatic. Compared to the previous Voyager, this model gained an updated transmission. The longer minivan came in SE and LE trims. The LE model was updated in 1994 featuring better-performing 162-hp 3.8-liter V6 engine as an option, and standard 3.3L V6 engine was upgraded to produce 162 hp.

As for the exterior parts, the second generation Grand Voyager was slightly redesigned receiving new bumpers and body moldings, another change of the 1994 was the renewed dashboard. Radically new system of rear seats was introduced for the third generation Grand Voyagers. With the built-in "Easy Out" rollers, installation, re-positioning, and removal of the rear seats became much easier. In addition, the seatbacks could be folded forward with bench seat stanchions moved inboard to reduce bending stress in the seat frames, allowing them to be lighter. The car could seat up to seven passengers.

To enhance brand's focus on the entry-level vehicles, the third generation (1996-2000) Grand Voyagers were offered in two trims, namely base and better-equipped SE. The safety system featured passenger-side airbag and side door-guard beams that were added to the option list. With these new features, the car met all the passenger-car safety requirements. The front shoulder belts were now height-adjustable and rear shoulder belts had lower anchor points. The standard equipped Grand Voyager included power windows, power locks, a dealer-installed rear-seat video entertainment system, and air conditioning. Other changes included child-safety seats in second-row buckets and a small cargo net between the front seats.

One of the country's most heralded minivans, the Plymouth Grand Voyager holds the distinction of being one of the genuine "game changing" vehicles of the last quarter of a century. Minivans became all the rage in the mid-80's, with their increased passenger space and solid fuel economy. They filled needs. But the Grand Voyager broke the mold by spreading its wings a little bit more than the other guys, showcasing more performance, more style, and more options. Drivers fell in love with it. Most of them still are. The Voyager still makes its moves with more chapters left to be written.

CARiD.com carries a complete line of Plymouth Grand Voyager Accessories and Parts. Anything you need - interior, exterior, style, comfort, or protection can be found inside our selection. Dash kits, floor mats, spoilers, and chrome trim are just some of the accessories offered to you. Plus, all of our Plymouth Grand Voyager accessories and parts are comprised of the highest quality materials and guaranteed to enact a precise OEM fit. Your vehicle is important. And it needs to display your sense of individuality. Plymouth Grand Voyager accessories and parts make it happen.

Whatever you expect from your Plymouth Grand Voyager, a bold look, mind-boggling performance, greater ride comfort, or safer driving, CARiD goes the extra mile to meet all your needs. Our extensive range of premium accessories and parts covers all the bases, whether you want your vehicle to be more powerful, smarter, fun to drive, or just need to restore it to original condition. We know how to throw a classy appeal into your Plymouth Grand Voyager and keep it providing the best performance, so trust us and get the greatest bang for the buck!


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