With a history dating all the way back to 1925, Chrysler have been making serious cars which have contributed immensely to the automotive industry, and the new 2012 Chrysler Voyager definitely continues to uphold the standard.
Saved from near-bankruptcy
When Lee Iacocca saved Chrysler from bankruptcy in America in the 1980’s, one of the ways he did it was to introduce a completely new innovation to American motoring – The people mover. The rest, as they say, is history.
The strong appeal of people movers
One of the things that make mini vans, or people movers, so appealing is that they offer the flexibility of being able to carry large loads. Their cleverly-designed folding seats can accommodate lots of people, and the storage space can accommodate all your gear, cargo and equipment without making you feel like you’re driving a truck.
Trendy and comfortable
Enter Chrysler’s new Grand Voyager, with a trendy stain resistant trim, light and responsive steering and loads of features to ensure everyone is comfortable no matter where you’re seated. The Voyager is powered by a 2.8 four cylinder turbo diesel engine with a monster 75 litre fuel tank – all combined with a nimble and low noise ride. The Chrysler Voyager is an especially great choice for large families or anyone with a mobile business. Check them out at John Hughes in Vic Park.
What do you think of the new 2012 Chrysler Voyager?