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Looks like a base model. At any rate if those are the original OEM tires I'd be changing them or insisting the dealer put new rubber on. It's recommended replacing tires that are over 10 years old regardless of tread left.
 

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Doug D said:
Looks like a base model. At any rate if those are the original OEM tires I'd be changing them or insisting the dealer put new rubber on. It's recommended replacing tires that are over 10 years old regardless of tread left.
The VIN comes up as a base model with the 3.0 engine.
 

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Doug D said:
Looks like a base model. At any rate if those are the original OEM tires I'd be changing them or insisting the dealer put new rubber on. It's recommended replacing tires that are over 10 years old regardless of tread left.
Agreed. I'd either insist they put new tires on it (if they are OEM) or they knock $300 off the price so I can head to walmart and buy a new set before I head home in it.

According to Carfax, it was a commercial/ fleet vehicle purchased in West Point, PA. I also noticed something about the front edge of the hood. Is that rust bubbling up?
 

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And the option list says it has a 4 speed, but the shift quadrant is a 3 speed. The assist handle on the back of the driver's seat is broken off. I wonder what's up with the front of the hood. I guess being registered as commercial may make sense, as the Voyager technically is a truck. Maybe someone changed the BCM, which holds the mileage.
 
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