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Chrysler Voyager GS 2.0i

(1995 model)

Brief specs of 1995 Chrysler Voyager GS 2.0i

4-door 7-seater van, petrol (gasoline) 4-cylinder 16-valve straight (inline) engine, SOHC (single overhead camshaft), 1996 cm3 / 121.8 cu in / 121.8 cu in, 98.0 kW / 131.4 hp / 131.4 hp @ 5900 rpm / 5900 rpm / 5900 rpm, 176.0 N·m / 129.8 lb·ft / 129.8 lb·ft @ 4800 rpm / 4800 rpm / 4800 rpm

units: metric UK US

Basic (general) data

Marque (make)ChryslerIssued from1995
ModelVoyager GS 2.0iIssued until2000
SerieVoyagerNumber made
Model familyBody construction
Model codeBody designationV II
ManufacturerChrysler LLCCountryUS,AU,ES,FR

Bodywork

Base platformV IINumber of doors4
Bodywork typevanNumber of seats7
Bodywork designerCargo capacity (volume)
Passenger space (volume)Max. cargo capacity (volume)

Dimensions & Weight

Length4733 mm / 186.3 in / 186.3 inTotal (curb) weight1705 kg / 3759 lb / 3759 lb
Width1950 mm / 76.8 in / 76.8 inDry weight
Height1740 mm / 68.5 in / 68.5 inLoad capacity
Wheelbase2878 mm / 113.3 in / 113.3 inGross (max.) weight
Track front1600 mm / 63.0 in / 63.0 inTowing weight
Track rear1626 mm / 64.0 in / 64.0 inWeight distribution (front)
Ground clearance130 mm / 5.1 in / 5.1 inFuel capacity
Length/wheelbase ratio1.6445448227936  

Aerodynamics

Drag coefficient (Cd, Cx, Cw)Frontal area (A)2.88 m2 / 31.0 sq ft / 31.0 sq ft (est.)
Aerodynamic coefficient (Cd×A)Aerodynamic resistance (Aero horse power) at 100 km/h (62 mph)

Engine

Engine CodeTotal number of cylinders4
Engine Typestraight (inline) Total number of valves16
Engine ManufacturerValves per cylinder4
Engine constructionBore87.5 mm / 3.44 in / 3.44 in
Fuelpetrol (gasoline)Stroke83.0 mm / 3.27 in / 3.27 in
Fuel detailsBore/Stroke ratio1.0542168674699
Fuel supplyMultipoint InjectionEngine displacement1996 cm3 / 121.8 cu in / 121.8 cu in
Engine Main bearingsUnitary capacity499.10 cm3/cylinder / 30.457 cu in/cylinder / 30.457 cu in/cylinder
Cam DesignSOHC (single overhead camshaft)Compression ratio9.8 : 1
SumpMax. output power98.0 kW / 131.4 hp / 131.4 hp at 5900 rpm / 5900 rpm / 5900 rpm
AspirationMax. torque176.0 N·m / 129.8 lb·ft / 129.8 lb·ft at 4800 rpm / 4800 rpm / 4800 rpm
Compressor typeMaximum rpm
IntercoolerMax. net output (power at the wheels)39.2 kW / 52.6 hp / 52.6 hp (est.)
CoolantSpecific output49.1 kW/l / 1.079 bhp/cu in / 1.079 bhp/cu in
Catalytic converterSpecific torque88.2 N·m/l / 0.77 lb·ft/cu in / 0.77 lb·ft/cu in

Transmission

Transmission typeNumber of gears
Wheel driveTop gear (drive) ratio
  Final gear (drive) ratio

Performance

Acceleration 0-50 mph (80 km/h)Top (maximal) speed
Acceleration 0-60 mph (97 km/h)Power-to-weight ratio
Acceleration 0-100 km/hFuel consumption, City (urban)
Acceleration 0-100 mph (160 km/h)Fuel consumption, Road (extra-urban)
Acceleration 80-120 km/h (50-70 mph) in topFuel consumption, Mixed (combined)
Standing ¼mile time Fuel consumption, Euro
Standing kilometer time CO2 emissions
  Range

Chassis

Engine locationfrontEngine alignmenttransverse
SteeringSteering details
Turns lock-to-lockTurning circle
Suspension frontSuspension rear
Wheels frontWheels rear
Tyres front215/65 R 15Tyres rear215/65 R 15
Brakes frontventilated discBrakes reardrum
Brake diameter frontBrake diameter rear
Brakes detailsBraked area

Technical specifications and performance data of Chrysler Voyager GS 2.0i

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