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23rd September, 2005
Chrysler is introducing a new limited edition Voyager, the Vision Series.
The Vision Series further accentuates the luxurious and functional Voyager experience, picking up a host of additional features to complement the high levels of refinement and safety and adding between $2,500 and $4,000 of extra value at no additional cost.
“Since the introduction of the 2005 Voyager with Stow ‘n Go earlier this year, customers have been enjoying unfound levels of comfort, performance and flexibility,” said Brad Fitzsimmons, national sales manager. “Now the limited edition Vision Series adds even more appeal to our class leading Voyager range and bolsters the package in the value stakes.”
Chrysler Voyager Vision Series:
The Grand Voyager LX Vision package adds a six stack DVD system, rear park assist, overhead rail storage system and Vision Series badging.
The flagship Grand Voyager Limited Vision package adds a DVD system with a 10 inch screen and Vision Series badging to the already high levels of luxury
On top of the Vision Series pack all future Voyager models will come equipped as standard with deep screen tinted windows for added privacy and cabin temperature regulation for the warmer months.
The 2005 Voyager features Stow ‘n Go giving owners the ability to easily fold their second- and third-row seats into the floor in as little as 30 seconds with a simple one-hand operation. Featuring 256 possible seating positions and an additional 340 litres of available storage, Stow ‘n Go provides owners unprecedented flexibility and convenience.
Owners will be further comforted knowing that the Voyager has been awarded the maximum five-star US National Highway Traffic Safety Administration safety rating for the frontal impact crash test to add to its five-star side impact rating.
The Voyager has also proved to be a hit with families in Australia achieving well over 9,000 sales since release in July 1996.
Chrysler Voyager is built in Graz, Austria.
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