1994 PLYMOUTH VOYAGER
For the 1994 Plymouth Voyager, a new front and rear fascia, body-side molding, and lower-body cladding have been added to the van’s exterior design. Inside, you’ll discover a new instrument panel and several control updates, and a front-passenger seat that can be adjusted fore and aft. Apart from that, Plymouth has modified the sliding doors and windshield wipers and has taken steps to decrease noise and vibration in the interior. Safety features include a standard passenger-side front airbag in all vans this year, side-impact beams that meet or exceed federal passenger vehicle requirements from 1997, and asbestos-free brakes in all models. The 3.0-liter V6 engine is now standard on the SE model; however, it is still available as an option on the basic van.
The Plymouth Voyager was originally offered in 3 trim levels in 1994:
Performance and Fuel Economy
The 3.0-liter V6 engine is now standard on the SE model; however, it is still available as an option on the basic van. The engine performed well in conjunction with the three-speed automatic gearbox, delivering smooth passing power on the motorway. The optional speed control kept us at a constant 72 mph even while we were on an open stretch of road. Incorporated into a utility vehicle, the Voyager, with its front-wheel drive and short-wheelbase, became one of the first vans to provide a car-like riding experience. That reputation was borne out by our experience with the 1994 Voyager, which we believed handled equally, and smaller minivans we’d tried, such as the Mazda MPV. The power-assisted rack and pinion steering enabled us to manage sharp turns with agility and squeeze into narrow parking spaces.
Design, Comfort, and Quality
The front bucket seats were comfy, and the middle and rear bench seats provided substantial support. The seats were upholstered in fabric with vinyl trim, although only the front seats had headrests. The amount of head- and legroom in this Voyager was exceptional. When we had six people in the vehicle at a time, there were no complaints about anybody feeling cramped. Many amenities were unavailable to those in the rear two seats, including map lighting, air conditioning/heating controls, and power vent windows, all of which are available on other Voyager models. However, even though it was not fancy, the degree of comfort was satisfactory.
The clean-looking instrument panel up front included analog displays for fuel, a speedometer, engine temperature, a trip odometer, and an auxiliary fuel gauge. Immediately above the panel, there was an information center, a thin portion of the dashboard that had been hollowed out. It had warning lights and turn indicator lights. We couldn’t forget to turn off the signal after switching lanes or after not completing a complete turn since the lights were at eye level for us. In addition to providing us a good vision of the instrument panel and housing the included airbag, Chrysler refers to this steering wheel as “excellent luxury.” Under industry standards, airbags were installed in the passenger-side dashboard, right above the glove box.
Found with the vehicle is a 1994 Plymouth Voyager owner’s manual complete set containing all the required information for future maintenance, vehicle operation, and features.
While this list is thorough, the owner’s manual for the 1994 Plymouth Voyager provides more operational suggestions to enhance the user experience.
Using a piezoelectric sensor eliminated the need for sensors located on the front section of the body structure. It rendered spring-mass sensors, which had previously been utilized, obsolete. By eliminating the remote sensors and their electrical connections, system dependability has been increased. The piezoelectric sensor was housed in a hermetically sealed box coupled to the airbag electronic control module to ensure its integrity. Knee bolsters, which help keep unbelted passengers from collapsing while also reducing harm to the knees and legs, have been standard in all passenger automobiles for many years and in minivans since mid-1991.
- Height: 66.0 in
- Length: 178.1 in
- Width: 72.0 in
- Curb weight: 3,306 lbs
Engine type: 3.0 l Gas V6
Fuel tank: 20 g
Factory Service Manual
The repair manuals are intended for diagnostic procedures and service methods for the Voyager. Each manual will go through every aspect of how the car operates, how to diagnose issues, and the exact method required for proper repairs.
The 1994 Plymouth Voyager manuals are specific to the model year design and specs.
- Safety Restraints
- Before Driving
- Starting and Operating
- Vehicle Maintenance
The 1994 Plymouth Voyager repair manuals are thorough and cover every aspect of the vehicle’s service and repair.
1994 PLYMOUTH VOYAGER Price
The 1994 PLYMOUTH VOYAGER and its trim levels have the following prices:
- Base: $15,520 or €14283
- SE: $18,139 or €16694
- LE: $21,963 or €20213
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