Chrysler rather dipped its toe in the water with the Grand Voyager, initially only offering one trim level and one engine. Back in March 1997, the only variant sold was the 3.3-litre LE petrol version. Well equipped with cruise control, power-adjusted driver's seat, adjustable steering column, alloy wheels, a roof rack and front fog lights, this model soon found favour with UK customers and demand was such that in September 1998, Chrysler added the plusher leather-trimmed LX version. More importantly for buyers with fuel economy in mind, a 2.5-litre turbodiesel variants was also slotted in, with a choice of SE or LE trim. A thoroughly revised Voyager was announced for the 2001 model year.