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The Chrysler Grand Voyager is one of the MPV pioneers: seven seats, clever stowaway pews and a really well thought out cabin. For more information on the Chrysler Grand Voyager, click on our further stories on the links below
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Not an MPV to buy if you value an engaging driving experience, but if it's versatile seven-seater space you're after the Chrysler Grand Voyager is a clever piece of kit – although it is a shame the Americans didn't choose some better material to build it out of. Nonetheless, if you persevere you'll find not only power-sliding rear doors and a power-opening tailgate but power-folding final-row seats as well. You will have to fold the middle row yourself, but since these drop right down into the floor, leaving a truly cavernous load area, it's not too much of a chore. Other notable interior features include rear-seat infotainment system that features dual tandem screens that fold out of the roof as if you're on an aircraft. Sounds good, doesn't it? Trouble is to get all this you have to put with the brittle ride, wobbly body and poor refinement. Plus, as it's only available with an old-school 2.8-litre diesel, it emits over 200g/km CO2. So costs more than rivals to tax and run.
The one we'd buy
Might as well get all the toys: 2.8 CRD Limited
The one we'd avoid like the plague
You'd have to really want one anyway, and there's no other engine choice
Rivals to consider
Ford Galaxy, Seat Alhambra
Loads of space, clever seats
Drive, build quality, efficiency