Chrysler Voyager Gets a Price Tag

July 19th, 2019 by


Earlier this month, July 2019, Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA) decided to reveal the newest model the automobile group is adding to the lineup – the Chrysler Voyager. Although this wasn’t what we were expecting, the Voyager is a more integrated family minivan, designed for not just the younglings but also the elders we know and love, like grandma and grandpop. We’re still waiting on the rebadged Jeep Commander for a Chrysler Crossover, but the Voyager minivan will have to do for now. The good news is, this minivan is as good as the Pacifica, and that’s because it’s basically the low-end trims of the Pacifica minivan with some new designs and an MSRP to match.

The starting MSRP for the 2020 Chrysler Voyager starts at $28,480 (plus destination fee), with the range going up to $26,985 (plus destination fee). Made of the low-end Pacifica trims, the Chrysler Voyager lineup is made up of three trims – the L, LX, and LXi (fleet-only trim). With the latter most made available for commercial businesses, the typical consumer will only be able to get the L or LX trim. For commercial business owners, the LXI comes with some improvements, including new, durable, UltraTec leatherette seats, second-row Stow ‘n Go, remote start, a security alarm, black Stow ‘n Place roof rack, a universal garage door opener, second-row retractable sunshades, and an auto-dim rearview mirror.

When it comes to the L and LX trim, consumers won’t need to worry about missing out. Just like the Pacifica, no matter the trim, each 2020 Chrysler Voyager is powered by a 3.6-liter Pentastar V6 able to generate up to 287 horsepower and 262 lb-ft of torque. Paired to a nine-speed automatic transmission with front-wheel drive, each trim should average about 19 mpg in the city and 28 mpg on the highway. Starting with the Chrysler Voyager L, the standard equipment includes a second-row bench seat, Stow ‘n’ Go for the third-row bench seat, cloth upholstery, a six-speaker sound system, Active Noise Cancellation.

Going up to the 2020 Chrysler Voyager LX, consumers get a little bit more equipment. Now, the second-row bench comes with captain’s chairs instead, satellite radio,  and in-floor storage bins. Only available on the LX is an optional cold-weather package to add on heated seats and a heated steering wheel. Both the L and LX trims have the option to upgrade with a SafetyTec Group that adds ParkSense rear park assist with stop, Blind-spot Monitoring, and Rear Cross Path detection. For additional functionality and entertainment, consumers can also opt-in for a Stow ‘n Place roof rack, the Uconnect 4 system with a 7-inch touchscreen with standard Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, and a single overhead DVD.

Like we said, the Voyager is the minivan to bring the grandparents along. The 2020 Voyager offers enhanced mobility solutions, equipped with BraunAbility rear- and side-entry conversions, a wider entryway, more interior space, and an enhanced ramp securement system. The way the 2020 Chrysler Voyager is shaping up, the new Voyager L trim has a starting MSRP close to that of the Dodge Grand Caravan, but it’s newer and comes with more modern features to keep up with the times. Stay in touch with Aventura Chrysler Jeep Dodge Ram on social media to find out when the new 2020 Chrysler Voyager is available.

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