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Chrysler Grand Voyager 1990 fuel consumption

Chrysler Grand Voyager from 1990 to 1995 real fuel consumption according to user reports is similar compared to advertised fuel consumption. For petrol engines real consumption is similar to manufacturer's stated consumption, but for diesel engines is approximately 7% higher. Starting from 1990 Chrysler Grand Voyager average difference between actual owner-reported fuel consumption and stated consumption was less than industry average, at 1995 difference between owner-reported and advertised fuel economy became similar to average. For more details, see the table below.

Year-to-year deviations of actual owner-reported average fuel consumption from advertised values

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See below for the actual consumption of generations and versions of Chrysler Grand Voyager.

1990 - 1995

Chrysler Grand Voyager 1990 fuel economy

Average advertised fuel consumption for petrol engines19.8 MPG
11.9 l/100km
Average real-world fuel consumption for petrol engines19.3 MPG
12.2 l/100km
Average real gasoline consumption difference *insignificant
Average advertised fuel consumption for diesel engines30.5 MPG
7.7 l/100km
Average real-world fuel consumption for diesel engines30.2 MPG
7.8 l/100km
Average real diesel consumption difference *insignificant
ModificationClaimed consumptionReal consumption
2.5 liter diesel engine
Chrysler Grand Voyager 1992 2.5 TD 118 HP manual 30.5 MPG
7.7 l/100km
30.2 MPG
7.8 l/100km+1%
3.3 liter petrol engine
Chrysler Grand Voyager 1991 3.3i V6 150 HP automatic 18.8 MPG
12.5 l/100km
17.7 MPG
13.3 l/100km+6%
Chrysler Grand Voyager 1990 3.3 V6 AWD 163 HP automatic 19.4 MPG
12.1 l/100km
19.1 MPG
12.3 l/100km+2%
Chrysler Grand Voyager 1994 3.3i V6 163 HP automatic 21.4 MPG
11.0 l/100km

* - Difference between advertised and user reported fuel economy has been calculated taking into account only those car versions for which information is available both on the fuel consumption specified by the manufacturer and reported by users.

User-reported fuel consumption may not accurately represent all users' experiences due to variables such as driving conditions, driving style, technical condition of the vehicle, and other circumstances. Thus, it should not be relied upon as a representative indicator.