The Grand Voyager came out in 1987 and was a less mini minivan. The Grand signifies a longer wheelbase and higher equipment levels. The Plymouth Grand Voyager was usually equipped with Mitsubishi's overhead cam V6 or one of Chrysler's larger overhead valve V6 Engines. The Grand Voyager became a ubiquitous part of life in the 80s and 90s. A solid combination of versatility, reliability, and economy made it the vehicle or choice for many families and businesses. The Grand Voyager shared the same basic platform with the Dodge Grand Caravan and Chrysler Town & Country. Plymouth Grand Voyager parts tend to be similar to standard Voyager. The Grand Voyager was eventually discontinued with the Plymouth brand and when the Chrysler started using just one wheelbase.