The updated people mover now has a more elegant look, adopting the brand’s revised grille and new winged badge. The bonnet and lower fascia have been refreshed, while at the rear the Grand Voyager gets LED taillights, a new bumper and revised tailgate.
Chrysler Australia's Dean Bonthorne confirmed the updates were in line with the small model refresh already given to the Australian Grand Voyager a few months ago.
Mr Bonthorne said Chrysler Australia currently has its sights set on an all-new Grand Voyager model, which could arrive Down Under as early as 2012.
In Australia, the Grand Voyager is available in two models, the entry-level LX and the top-spec Limited. A 120kW/360Nm 2.8-litre four-cylinder diesel is the only available drivetrain. The 142kW/305Nm 3.8-litre V6 petrol engine was phased out a couple of months ago, although Mr Bonthorne said he believed there were still a few available at some dealerships.
Note: Story updated July 8 with new information from Chrysler Australia.