The 2020 Voyager Price is Out
There is a new Chrysler Voyager price in the market and, the base L trim will have a starting price of $28,480 (plus destination fee). The LX trim level will go for $31,290 (plus destination fee), and the LXI will go for $34,490 (plus destination fee), but that trim will be entirely available to fleet buyers.
The Voyager is identical to the Pacifica when it comes to the visuals and the mechanics. The price in which it’s sold will be lower because some amenities are removed from the minivan. Features like the automatic emergency braking and adaptive cruise control aren’t available, according to carsdirect.com.
All of the models on the Voyager have a seven-inch touchscreen with Android Auto and Apple CarPlay support, and there’s also a 3.5-inch display in the instrument cluster. The LX gets features such as satellite radio and captain’s chairs for the second row. As an option, there is also cross-path detection, rear park assist, and blind-spot monitoring. Available in the LX is a roof rack and a roof-mounted DVD player.
The 2019 Pacifica starts at $28,730 (plus destination fee), and that includes the destination fee, even though Chrysler currently shows $1,500 in inducement on its online layout, which takes the price to $27,230 (plud destination fee). It’s a possibility to get a new Pacifica for less than the Voyager, at the moment. The cost for the Chrysler goes as high as $46,190 (plus destination fee) for the Limited trim, or it can go up to $47,290 (plus destination fee) for the most expensive Hybrid.
The Voyager is a name that’s been used before. It fits perfectly with the legacy that the minivan has. The Plymouth Voyager was once considered a low-priced version of the Chrysler Town & Country and Dodge Caravan.
Chrysler worked hard to keep the Voyager at a reasonable price by removing the splashy options from the menu. The infotainment has a seven-inch Uconnect touchscreen. The driver assistance tech will be limited to the rear park assist, blind-spot monitoring, and the rear cross-traffic detection and items, like adaptive cruise control and autonomous braking, aren’t granted.
And only the fleet model gets the treats such as the remote start, leatherette seats, and second-row Stow ‘n Go chairs. The LX only has second-row quad seats and in-floor storage bins. It has the same sheet metal and the 287-horsepower, Pentastar V6, nine-speed transmission under the hood, and only the black door handles and badging giving Voyager owners away.
The Voyager hasn’t been seen since it retired in 2016. No new Voyager has been seen since 200 in the U.S. since 2003, since having its mechanical twins the Dodge Grand Caravan and the Chrysler Town & Country out. The next-gen Voyager will be just as affordable as the Pacifica minivan.
There wasn’t much to be done to make the Voyager affordable in such a short notice. FCA decided to create an affordable Pacifica spin-off, instead. The 2020 Chrysler Voyager will start as nothing other than the entry-level Pacifica L which costs $27,000 (plus destination fee) and LX, which starts at $30,000 (plus destination fee).
The Voyager-exclusive LXi trim level will be the only to get Stow N’ Go seats. With a higher price tag, it’ll also receive leatherette seats and remote start. As for entertainment, Android Auto and Apple CarPlay, will come standard.
As it’s a Pacifica spin-off, the Voyager will come with its stablemate’s powertrain as its sole option. The 3.6L V6 powertrain can produce 287 horsepower. The engine will have a nine-speed automatic transmission which will direct all of the power to the front of the vehicle.
The Chrysler Voyager wants to make the Pacifica FCA’s go-to minivan thanks to the lower price tag that it comes in but there’s been no news on that yet. The Pacifica is bound to receive a new, higher price tag across the board. The final sales figures for both nameplates for 2020 will be interesting to see.
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