Greener Grand Voyager introduced

  • Revised Grand Voyager moves into lower VED tax band
  • CO2 emissions reduced by 10% on 2.8-litre diesel version
  • Prices range from £26,995 to £35,495

A cleaner, greener Chrysler Grand Voyager is now available with reduced CO2 emissions, cheaper road tax and better fuel economy.

Emissions have been reduced by 10% on the 2.8-litre turbo diesel engine which in turn has lowered its tax band from band L to K - saving £200 of VED in the first year.

This reduction in emissions has been coupled with an 10% improvement in fuel economy. Now the Grand Voyager returns an average of 33.6mpg.

The 2.8-litre diesel and 3.8-litre petrol are still available with a six-speed automatic gearbox and in three trim levels: LX, Touring and Limited.

Prices start at £26,995 for the LX diesel model and rise to £35,495 for the petrol-engined Limited model.

All models are backed by the three year or 60,000 mile mechanical warranty and seven year anti-corrosion warranty with one year European roadside assistance.

Standard features include with rear folding seats, electric sliding doors, power tailgate, rear-view interior conversation mirror, third-row electric sliding windows and three-zone climate control.

Limited models also get electric folding third-row seating, a reversing camera and rain-sensitive windscreen wipers.

Passengers can be kept entertained with an option dual-screen DVD system in the second and third row while the driver gets the voice controlled sat nav system with an MP3 player capable of storing over 4,000 songs on its hard drive.

Along with the previous safety system such as ESP and curtain air bags the 2010 model will also gain active headrests.