The Voyager returns:
The 2020 Voyager is essentially a stripped-down version of the Pacifica minivan. Active safety features, like automatic emergency braking, aren't available at any price.
The Voyager starts at just under $27,000 — versus about $35,000 for the Pacifica. The Voyager is designed primarily for fleet buyers, so dealer stock will be modest. The Pacifica might offer better value for retail buyers because of its larger incentives.
Current offers end March 2, 2020 and can vary by region. Examples here are for California. Chrysler may enhanced incentives ahead of Presidents' Day weekend.
Cash off the top:
As before, every 2020 Voyager comes with a $750 rebate for all buyers.
Since the Voyager is bargain-priced to begin with, we don't expect to see substantial rebates until much later in the model year.
What to expect on a lease:
Chrysler isn't advertising a lease yet on the 2020 Voyager. You can get a lease quote from your local dealer, but our research shows that the Voyager isn't going to be a good lease value.
If you're looking to lease, you should probably consider a Pacifica instead.
Pay no interest:
Chrysler offers 0% financing for 36 months on the 2020 Voyager, and you can combine it with this month's $750 rebate. Longer terms are available at incrementally higher rates.