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2003 Chrysler Voyager Trim Levels and Configurations

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2003 Chrysler Voyager Trims

Base Passenger Van

Base engine size - no data

This parameter shows the volume of fuel and air that can be pushed through a car's cylinders and is measured in cubic centimetres (cc) or litres (L).

Base engine type - no data

Car engine types are usually described according to two attributes: the layout of the engine and the configuration of its cylinders. Layout type means the cylinder arrangement: straight, enline, flat, v-type. Configuration means the amount of cylinders in the engine: two, three, four, five and above.

Horsepower rpm - no data

It is a parameter that shows the number of engine crankshaft revolutions at which the maximum power (number of horsepower) is reached.

Torque rpm - no data

It is a parameter that shows the number of engine crankshaft revolutions at which the maximum torque is reached.

Tires - no data

It is a ring-shaped component that surrounds the wheel rim to transfer the vehicle load from the axle through the wheel to the ground and provide traction to the surface over which the wheel travels.

Standard seating - 7

It is the same for all trims.

The standard car seat is designed to support thighs, the buttocks, lower and upper back, and head support. The front driver and passenger seats of most vehicles have three main parts: the seat back (squab), seat base (cushion), and the head-rest.

Wheels - 15" black steel

It is the same for all trims.

It is a propulsor, a freely rotating disc, or a disc fixed on a rotating axis, which allows a body placed on it to roll rather than slide.

Drive type - no data

The drive type indicates to which axis the torque from the motor is transmitted. There are three types of drive - front, rear, and all-wheel drive. In front-wheel drive cars, the torque is transmitted to the front axle, and in rear-wheel drive cars, it is transmitted to the rear axle. In case of all-wheel-drive cars, the energy is applied evenly to both axles.

Fuel economy city - 21 mpg

This parameter shows the distance, measured in miles, that a car can travel per gallon of fuel in a city traffic.

Fuel economy highway - 27 mpg

This parameter shows the distance, measured in miles, that a vehicle can travel per gallon of fuel driving on a highway.

LX Passenger Van

Compare 2003 Chrysler Voyager trim levels

2003 Chrysler Voyager has different trims which vary with some other functions and technologies. Exclusive trim levels ensure additional comfort and ease. Interior improvements generally consist of leather-like covers for seats and much better resources for flooring, roof top, etc.

Typically, there are actually four or 6 trim levels, and the base alternative is the most affordable. As a result, the best trim is regarded as the pricey and quite often involves heated chairs, sophisticated security, and infotainment techniques. Trim level is different from a producer to a manufacturer. It may appear to be a 1 or pair of words (XL, XLE, or XLS), an identity like Platinum or Limited or perhaps alphanumeric mark like QX50 or CX-30.

As a rule these abbreviations have a meaning. Within our example, they are Executive trims. Some automobile models (especially luxurious versions) may be supplied in one trim, but functions are extremely exclusive. How else can you discover the trim of your own 2003 Chrysler Voyager? It could be designated somewhere on its windscreen. The trim info will definitely be available in an owner's handbook or in the VIN number.

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Higher Chrysler Voyager trim levels come with more features at a higher price, while an entry-level trim comes with the basic package at a lower cost

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