I had this car a few years ago through work. I owned it for 3 years and never really fell in love with it.
The car itself is enormous and certainly gives you the feeling of king of the road. The inside is also extremely spacious and can quite easily fit 7 adults.
Although the car was big it made it very sluggish when moving almost like driving a bus.
In the car there were some controls that I never really understood and the built in sat nav made no sense whatsoever. Saying that there was a very good cruise control that made long motorway journeys not so annoying.
I had a problem with the rear wheels that kept blowing out. Not sure if that was the cars fault or just a continual coincidence.
Although the car was difficult to maneuver it had a built in induction kit that gave it some extra speed when flying down the motorway.
Also it broke down 3 times in three years and had done under 40000 miles which caused a bit of grief for me.
The car never really did it for me and I just see it a great big pile of American junk!
The Chrysler Grand Voyager is a good looking vehicle with plenty of power. However a couple of problems I have encountered are the not so good gearbox and the vehicle electrics.
The gearbox I found awkward to engage first gear and did not feel at all smooth. That said the engine has plenty of power.
I had a few problems with the electrics, one being the electric sliding side doors which would sometimes work on the remote control but quite often stick (luckily the doors could also be operated manually). The other problem was that for a period of two weeks i lost all back lighting to the dashboard. This problem corrected itself and was never a problem again.
Having said the above overall the Grand Voyager is a very nice vehicle with all the mod cons expected from Chrysler at an affordable price.
I would say that while not a drivers car it is a vey comfortable and nice looking family car.