Lancia Grand Voyager CRD was spy photographed

Lancia Grand Voyager CRD was spy photographed

The Lancia Grand Voyager made its public debut at the Geneva Auto Show this year as a rebadged Chrysler Town & Country minivan, managing to catch a lot of attention from the international audience. It appears that the minivan was spotted on the road by a car fan and the spy photographs reveal a Grand Voyager featuring the Lancia badge, but the front side of the vehicle could not be photographed. The person who took the photographs stated that a light blue minivan, probably a Chrysler, with a manufacturer plate right in front of it and was comprising the CRD logo on the lower left side, but the chrome band that was above the plate was not all the way across like the '11, but more like the '08-'10 models. The place where the car was spotted was on the M-14 highway in eastern Michigan, thus raising an inevitable question on everyone's lips: What was the main reason for a diesel-powered Lancia Grand Voyager to be in Michigan? If you have any ideas, feel free to post them in our comments section.


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