1997 Plymouth Voyager Rallye $2,000.00
1997 Plymouth Voyager Rallye
Exterior Paint = Dark Green Metallic
Inerior = Grey with Black Trim
Engine = 3.3 Liter
Transmission = Automatic
Infinity Stereo = AM-FM-CD-Cassette
Speakers = 8
AC/Heat = Driver & Passenger Climate Control includes rear air
Power Seat, Mirrors, Door locks (Remote Key-less/Alarm)
Power Windows, Rear Power Ventilation windows
4 Captains Chairs including 3rd Row seat
Doors 4, Driver/Passenger + Two Rear Sliding Doors including a rear hatch
Average 21 MPG
Runs and Drives like new, 175K mileage.
1997 to 2000 Dodge Caravan and Plymouth Voyager 2 4 L Timing Belt
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Dodge Caravan and Plymouth Voyager equipped with 2,4 L Engine.
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1990 Plymouth Grand Voyager Van V6 EFI Woody Woodie Estate Wagon Minivan
This is a clean 1 Or 2 Owner Plymouth Grand Caravan. The Van Only has 85K
or so on it see the Vidoe it shows all etc. I do Like A woodie and Dodge
seemed to do A Lot of them in al the different Estate Or Wagons Or Vans
they did in the past as I think of it now a I dont even know what if Anyone
makes a Woodie anymore Nowdays?? Maybe a PT Cruiser.. Maybe a few others...
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fuel consumption of Chrysler Grand Voyager year2005, engine 2.5crd, 5speed manual gearbox
fuel consumption of Chrysler Grand Voyager = Town&Country = Dodge Caravan
year2005, European engine 2.5crd (DIESEL), 5speed manual gearbox. Slightly
over 105km/h = 66mph cruise control, consumption is 5.2liters/100km =
45.2mpg !!! Standard tires, 215/65/R16, Goodyear.
heading from Wien, Austria to Bratislava, Slovakia on highway. One traffic
jam (around 10 minutes so nothing extraordinary) due to collision. This
average you see includes the traffic jam so it would be some cents lower
without it (maybe 48mpg?).
This particular car shows 6.2 l/100km (=38mpg) consumption when cruise
control is set to 120km/h = 75mph. And if I remember correctly, 160km/h
(=99mph) shows 8.2l/100km consumption (28.6mpg).
Usual consumption in small city (0.5mil citizens with appropriate traffic
jams) is 8.5l/100km = 27mpg longterm. During winter and extensive usage of
Webasto independent heating it climbs over 9.0l/100km = 25mpg. In summer, I
get approx. 7.5l to 8.0l per 100km = around 30mpg.
Just unbelievable for its weight, size and chassis. This is my 9th car and
I really like it.