For this model year, the front-wheel-drive Plymouth Voyager received a host of improvements designed to keep it on top of the market segment that it shares with its near-twin, the Dodge Caravan.
<p class="MsoNormal">In 1995, Plymouth is content with small improvements designed to keep the Voyager in best-seller form while the company prepares for next year's major redesign. </p>
<p class="MsoNormal">Significant changes for the 1995 Plymouth Voyager include an optional refined 4-speed optional automatic transaxle and a revised remote keyless-entry system. Antilock brakes are now standard equipment on LE models, and engines that use compressed natural gas (CNG) as a fuel are now a regular production option. Plymouth also has realigned and upgraded equipment availability throughout the Voyager line. </p>
<p class="MsoNormal">Positioned right in the heart of the minivan market, the Plymouth Voyager is designed for family-oriented buyers who prize versatility and dependability. Key competitors include the Dodge Caravan, Ford Aerostar and GMC Safari, as well as Chevrolet's Astro and Lumina. </p>
<p class="MsoNormal">The base engine remains the 2.5-liter inline 4-cylinder. Optional engines include the 3.0-liter sohc V6, a 3.3-liter ohv V6 and the 3.8-liter ohv V6. For 1995, the base transmission is a 3-speed automatic. A 4-speed automatic overdrive transmission is optional. The 5-speed manual has been dropped. The Voyager is available in three trim levels, base, SE and LE, in either standard size or the longer-wheelbase Grand Voyager, which has more cargo room. The Voyager also offers an all-wheel-drive option. </p>
Like its near-twin Caravan, the totally redesigned Voyager is available with a 113.3-in. wheelbase or as the 119.3-in. wheelbase Grand Voyager. Powertrain choices include four engines, all of which operate on regular unleaded fuel: the base dohc 16-valve 2.4-liter (first seen in Cirrus and Stratus sedans) and three V6 engines_the Mitsubishi-sourced sohc 12-valve 3.0-liter and the ohv 3.3-liter and 3.8-liter engines of record. Transaxle choice is limited to a 3-speed automatic and an electronically controlled 4-speed automatic.
95voyager_interior.jpg|Interior of a 1994-1995 Plymouth Voyager