Had a 92' Voyager before this 2000'
The Voyager was made and improved for about two decade. So, with that repetition, Chrysler pretty much worked-out any bugs it might have had, Very dependable... 200K, if maintained well, was no problem, though both cars needed the customary "big job" (Head Gasket, timing belt, etc) around the 100K mark. I wish they were still making and improving this model.... Today's replacements, among all the dealerships is to make a sleeker design, that robs the driver of visibility in the "Blind Spot" over your right shoulder. Styling of this car, may not meet today's standard, but for "Functional Styling", it is a 10. It's a great car, when it's traveled across the United States and Canada a few times, and it's earned a family name.