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New Voyager gets the safety rating you expected

by David Zatz on

The new Chrysler Voyager got exactly the safety rating anyone would expect — five stars, the same as the Chrysler Pacifica.

2020 Chrysler Voyager

The Voyager is Chrysler’s new “budget” minivan, intended to replace the Grand Caravan; it is essentially a lower-trim Pacifica, and shares the same body structure (consisting of 72% high-strength steel).

The minivans earned the highest possible rating in each of the U.S. government’s crash-test modes (there are now nine modes, from the traditional front impacts to side poles.

While most Americans may remember the Voyager as the original minivan, sold as a Plymouth, the name was used until recently by Chrysler (and, in later years, Lancia) for their European minivans.

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