2025 Chrysler Voyager: Engine, Price, and Interior – One of the most popular minivans in the US is the Chrysler Voyager. It has a roomy and comfy interior, a strong engine, and a good list of essential features. Things should stay the same for 2025, with no significant changes or additions. In this blog post, we will talk about the 2025 Chrysler Voyager’s style, engine, release date, price, and key features and specs.
What’s Different in 2025?
The Chrysler Voyager came out in 2020 as a cheaper version of the Pacifica. It has a look from before it was redesigned and has fewer options. The main reason for this change was to get more people to buy the old but cheaper Dodge Grand Caravan. It will also be sold in Canada as the 2025 Dodge Voyager for the same reason.
There has yet to be a word on whether or not the Voyager will be available to the public again in 2025. In 2021, it was only offered to fleet users. However, there will not be any significant changes or improvements next year. The 2025 Chrysler Voyager may have the same look, engine, and features as the 2024 model.
Design: Exterior and Interior
The 2025 Chrysler Voyager’s body looks much like the Pacifica from before 2021, but some minor changes exist. There are new textures on the lower black face of the Voyager. The door buttons are also black, and the wheels are steel with covers. The look is simple and practical, without metal highlights or flashy details.
The inside of the 2025 Chrysler Voyager looks a lot like the older Pacifica’s, but it has fewer features and choices. The cabin is big and cozy, with room for seven people and a lot of storage area. The dashboard is simple and easy to use, and it has a 7-inch tablet entertainment system that works with both Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. Standard features include cloth seats, climate control that you can control by hand, keyless entry and starting blind-spot monitoring, and rear cross-traffic alert.
Most likely, the 2025 Chrysler Voyager will only come in one trim level: LX. You may add some extra packages or features, like heated front seats, leather seats, power sliding doors, tri-zone automatic climate control, remote start, rear parking sensors, and adaptive cruise control.
As before, the 2025 Chrysler Voyager will have the same engine: a 3.6-liter V6 Pentastar with 287 horsepower and 262 pound-feet of torque. The engine is paired with an automatic transmission with nine speeds and front-wheel drive. Driving the Voyager is easy because it has enough power for daily travel and more difficult driving conditions. The gas mileage is also good. The EPA says it gets 19 mpg in the town and 28 mpg on the highway.
The Voyager doesn’t have a hybrid or all-wheel drive choice as the Pacifica. But it does have some high-tech features that make it safer and more functional. For example, STLA Brain lets it connect to the cloud, STLA SmartCockpit manages hardware, screens, and computers, and STLA AutoDrive enables Level 3 driverless driving.
Release Date and Price
There is no official word on when and how much the 2025 Chrysler Voyager will cost, but we expect that to happen soon. Based on the last model year, the Voyager will go on sale around the end of 2024 or the beginning of 2025, with a base price of around $35,000. This makes it one of the least expensive minivans on the market, going up against the Kia Carnival, the Honda Odyssey, the Toyota Sienna, and the Pacifica, its sister.