Chrysler 2 Seater Sports Car

Chrysler 2 Seater Sports Car

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Chrysler 2 Seater Sports Car

When the first Chrysler 2 Seater Sports Car was launched at the mid-80s, it created the Multi-Purpose Vehicle (MPV) because we understand it today, a car with seven or eight chairs that drives just like a car. It was such a hit that it shipped all car makers, including the Japanese and Europeansback to the drawing boards to come up with their own MPV versions.

Twenty five years on, with almost every carmaker with its own interpretation of their Voyager, Chrysler has needed to continually upgrade its MPVs to keep a lead in the section that it's created. The present Grand Voyager is the most demanding model and was launched in the late 90s. It had an outside facelift two decades ago, and this season it will get the revolutionary'Stow n Go' chairs.

Flexibility has always been key to the appeal of the MPV, but eliminating the chairs and locating a place to store it's an issue, especially in the Asian markets where people don't often have garages. Ahead of'Stow n Go', the Grand Voyager had little castors under their chairs so that they could be wheeled around, but they were still incredibly heavy to lift out of their motor vehicle.  The remedy is for chairs which don't have to be raised out, but entirely disappear in the ground.

In actuality, the disappearing third row seat isn't a new thought the first'96 Honda Odyssey needed a third row bench that folded and turned right into a well in the ground, along with the Voyager adopts the thought. But it's the fold of the next row seats that's especially smart. Following five simple steps, along with the tugging of several tabs and straps, the entire seat literally disappears into the ground without a trace. This is even more impressive since the seat adjustment functions are not compromised when vertical, it can both recline and slide.

The trick of course, would be to get a seat that folds into as compact a bundle as possible, which is achieved by having both swab and backrest of equal length. This results in a rather low backrest to get an otherwise comfortable seat. This means that for most adults, even the headrest has to be raised to block it from cutting into the center of the backs.

The mechanicals of the Grand Voyager stay mostly unchanged with a torquey 3.3-litre V6 making it feel well-powered and relaxed. Cruising is very effortless in the Chrysler, and there is an impressive absence of street - or - engine-noise. It's also very well-equipped with a roof-mounted DVD player and a lot of storage areas.

There's also an abundance of automation on the Grand Voyager.  The sliding rear doors are power-operated, since is the tailgate, and are the tufted back windows.

This can be controlled from the driver's seat, which is quite convenient. {The doors can also be opened and closed remotely {with|with all|using} the key fob, helpful on rainy days or when one's hands are full. |} The use of a reversing monitor screen into the rear view mirror is also very thoughtful - it is a surprise no one else has thought about doing so. Quite clearly, the people at Chrysler are not resting on their laurels, but also have always added more and more suitable characteristics to the MPV.

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The only quirk inside this otherwise remarkable MPV will be that the entire steering columns, together with the stems, have been taken from a left-hand drive automobile. This means the column gearshift is to the driver's right, when in most cases it's run by the left hand. Apart from this, the Grand Voyager continues to impress, also maintains its name as the supreme MPV, if price and size were no object.

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