New Lancia Grand Voyager Minivan is a rebadged Chrysler

New Lancia Grand Voyager Minivan is a rebadged Chrysler

The Town&Country minivan represents the third Chrysler model which is going to wear a Lancia badge, replacing the Phedra and it is scheduled to make its international debut at the Geneva Motor Show in March. The European market name of the Town&Country was maintained by the Fiat group and the vehicle was called Lancia Grand Voyager. It rides on a 3.1 meter-long wheelbase and measures 1.72 metres in height, 1.99 metres in width and a length of 5.14 metres. Three trim levels, Silver, Gold and Platinum, will be available when the car hits the markets later this year, while its engine options include the 2.8-liter CRD diesel, producing 163HP and 360 Nm and being more appropriate for European consumers, as well as the Euro 5-compliant 283HP 3.6-liter V6 petrol unit. According to Lancia's reports, the diesel version will return 8.4 lt/100 km and CO2 emissions of 227 g/km, while the petrol model is going to return an average fuel consumption of 12.3 lt/100 km.


New Lancia Grand Voyager Minivan is a rebadged Chrysler image New Lancia Grand Voyager Minivan is a rebadged Chrysler image
New Lancia Grand Voyager Minivan is a rebadged Chrysler image New Lancia Grand Voyager Minivan is a rebadged Chrysler image
New Lancia Grand Voyager Minivan is a rebadged Chrysler image