Practical seating arrangement from 2005, hugely spacious interior
Poor safety record, early diesels are unrefined, cheap interior
The Grand Voyager is a Chrysler Voyager with an extra 13 inches of length built into the rear giving owners the chance to carry the maximum number of people plus plenty of luggage. Before December 2004, removing seats from the Grand Voyager was a similar arduous task to doing it in the Voyager, particularly with the third-row bench seat. But along came 'Stow 'n' Go' which made it the most useful feature of any people carrier.
Cleverly designed passenger seats could be folded into the floor of the car when not in use. Other, more recent people carriers, are better to drive and cheaper to run, however.