The Voyager is a vehicle that exemplifies the American minivan. Sure, its look has changed through the years, but the basic shape has remained largely unchanged. That's not necessarily a bad thing, as people in this market enjoy a bit of familiarity. In terms of exterior features, there's not much to write home about. In its default LX spec, the Voyager features automatic quad halogen reflector headlights and a set of 17-inch alloy wheels.
Minivans are by nature large vehicles, and the Chrysler Voyager is no different. Similar in size to the likes of the Honda Odyssey, the Voyager's dimensions include a total length of 203.8 inches. Width is measured at 79.6 inches, or 90.4 when one includes the mirrors. The overall height is 69.9 inches while the Voyager rolls on a 121.6-inch wheelbase. The curb weight is 4,330 pounds. For those keen on taking the Voyager on some light dirt road adventures, it is good to know that the minivan has a ramp break-over angle of 12.5 degrees, an approach angle of 14 degrees, and a departure angle of 18.7 degrees. That's enough to get up a dirt driveway.
|Chrysler Voyager Trims||LX|
|Max Width||79.6 in.|
|Chrysler Voyager Trims||Curb Weight|
|Wheels Type||Aluminum Wheels|
|Front Wheel Size||17" x 7"|
|Rear Wheel Size||17" x 7"|
Far from being an exotic Italian supercar, the Voyager goes about its business humbly, and that includes the range of exterior colors on offer. The beauty of the Voyager experience is that you'll always fly under the radar, no matter what color you go for, and cops won't be able to tell if you're running the kids to school or prize fighting roosters to Mexico City. For 2022, Chrysler offers the Voyager in five colors - one fewer than last year. The bases are covered with Brilliant Black Crystal Pearl Coat, Bright White Clear Coat, and the new Silver Mist that replaces last year's Billet Silver Metallic Clear Coat. The more exotic colors on offer include Granite Crystal Metallic Clear Coat and Velvet Red Pearl Coat. Ocean Blue Metallic that was brand-new for 2021 has disappeared from the palette again for 2022.