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23 Jul 2012 | Text & Photos by Nicholas Low
Diesel powerplant bridges the Voyager closer to real-world practicality.
As much as we like to associate box vans with dull, uncharismatic driving, inevitably giving them a bad name and thus an un-favoured image for the more discerning motorists, it is undisputable that nothing else is better suited for a road trip for seven.
Recently, the full-size MPV underwent a pivotal change in its drivetrain. Now featuring a 2.8-litre turbo-diesel, it should see to smiles on tree-huggers; bang-for-buck-inclined individuals alike.
Similar in every aspect to its petrol-driven stablemate, the Voyager ditches the rounded overalls found on the previous generation to take on a more angular outlook.
The boxy outlines have somehow etched into the design cues of the people at the American marque - with more of its latter offerings taking on similar forms (think the new 300C). While the Voyager can't be said to hold the same charisma as its popular sedan sibling, one simply cannot negate the sheer size of the MPV. The imposing stance is certainly one of the key trademarks of the Voyager.
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