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Lancia Voyager

Lancia Voyager (Italy, 2011-present)

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The Lancia Voyager is a re-badged version of the Chrysler Voyager. It is sold as Lancia Voyager since 2011 in all European markets except for the UK and Ireland which will remain with the Chrysler brand.

Power for the Lancia Voyager comes from a choice of two engines. Either a 2.8l diesel making 163hp or Chrysler's new, 3.6l Pentastar V6 with 283hp. The Pentastar engine was introduced in 2011 and is being used in a variety of Chrysler vehicles including Jeeps.

The Voyager seats seven people in its 5.21m long body. The interior has Chrysler's Stow&Go seating system that lets buyers fold the third row of seats into the floor to create more storage space. There is also an optional Nappa leather interior package, if you are not buying this minivan to haul your kids in. The other package available adds two 9 inch LCD screens with remote controls and wireless headphones.



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The Italian company started producing its first ever model in 1908, known as the “12 HP”, powered by 58 hp and exposed at the VIII Turin Auto Show. The “Tipo 51”, which was the 12 HP’s project name, would be re-baptized in 1919 as the Lancia Alfa.

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