Here you can find the different tire sizes along with recommended pressure ratings for all model years of the Chrysler Voyager.

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You can find the tire sizes for the Chrysler Voyager and their corresponding recommended tire pressures.

The years available stretch from 2020 through to 2021 and to view the tire pressures and sizes you just click to expand.

The Chrysler Voyager series of minivans first made its debut in 1988. The model ran for a number of years until its brief discontinuation, which came in 2016.

Chrysler later announced that the model would make its return in 2019, and has remained on the market to this day. This version marks the sixth generation of the Voyager. This was done by Chrysler in an attempt to fill the gap left by the old version of the Dodge Caravan.

A rebadged version has also been sold in the European market under the name of the Lancia Voyager.

The first model saw a total of five generations before its hiatus. while the latest version represents the sixth generation, despite it being a different model altogether from the fifth generation.

In the terms of the Chrysler minivan lineup, the model sits as the lower-end offering, which puts it below the Dodge Grand Caravan and Chrysler Pacifica.

Other similar competitors include the Honda Odyssey and Toyota Sienna.

It has featured both a 3-door and a 4-door layout typical to the minivan class. These have all been built on different platforms over the years.

There have been a lot of different powertrain configurations for the model over the years. Despite this, most of these have ranged between 2.0 L and 3.8 L petrol engines.

There have also been some limited diesel versions to hit the market over the years, due to relatively small demand in the North American market.

Both the L and LX models were given the Voyager nameplate to keep the Pacifica luxurious and high-end. There is also an LXi version that is destined for fleet purposes.