Try not to get confused - this is basically the Dodge Grand Caravan.
The Dodge Grand Caravan and Journey were recently killed off, but they're back again as the new Chrysler Voyager. We're not complaining, as the Voyager is rather pretty for what it is, although nobody buys the Honda Odyssey for its styling either. So what can we expect from the 2021 model? Well, it's touted as America's most affordable minivan but comes with an impressive list of features. Powered by the near-indestructible 3.6-liter Pentastar V6, it produces 287 horsepower and 262 lb-ft of torque. All models will seat seven in standard form and will come with voice control and the usual smartphone integration apps.
Another huge selling point is its safety, having achieved a full five-star overall rating from the NHTSA. This is thanks to seven airbags, DRLs, brake assist, and the rest of the commonplace safety features you'd expect. New features for 2021 include pedestrian detection with automatic emergency braking and full-speed forward collision alert. Also new is a black lower grille and an Ocean Blue Metallic paint option. A power driver's seat is standard along with a 3.5-inch driver info display while options include tri-zone manual climate control and an overhead DVD player - perfect for those long road trips. Also available are rear parking sensors and blind spot monitoring.
Six speakers are hooked up to a seven-inch Uconnect 4 touchscreen with active noise cancellation. The Voyager also offers rear- and side-entry conversions that can make access through the doors easier while also opening up more space in the cabin. This makes it easier to keep wheelchairs and scooters in the back without them cramping up the area, while an enhanced ramp securing system makes getting the mobility vehicles into the vehicle easier. An LXi fleet-only model will also be offered with leatherette seats, remote start, a roof rack, and second-row retractable sunshades. Pricing is not yet available, but it will obviously undercut its rivals.