Plymouth's Voyager is best known as one of the original minivans but the name was used on the full-size van for several years before is moved to the front wheel drive K-car chassis in 1984. Part of Lee Iacocca and Hal Sperlich's plane to make a new type of vehicle to compete with family sedans and vans, the Voyager was an immediate hit. The rarest Plymouth Voyager parts feature Chrysler's 2.5 liter turbo four-cylinder with a 5 speed manual transmission. It was not until 1996 that the van moved from the K-car chassis to the new cab-forward design. The Voyager was such a success that it was continued even after the Plymouth brand was discontinued in 2001 and lived on as a Chrysler model. The Chrysler Voyager has long been sold in markets outside the US.