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Awhile back alain95i4 had the wonderful idea of creating a chart of available trim levels over the years. It can get confusing as trim levels are not consistent from year to year.

I found a nify site which has what appears to be a complete list of models available and the MSRP. (Unfortunately, the list begins with 1997.)

If folks more knowledgeable than I can flush this out, here's a place to start:

1997 Plymouth Voyager 3dr Base (113" WB) - $17235
1997 Plymouth Voyager 3dr Grand Base - $18580
1997 Plymouth Voyager 3dr SE (113" WB) - $19925
1997 Plymouth Voyager 3dr Grand SE - $20755
1998 Plymouth Voyager 3dr Base (113" WB) - $17540
1998 Plymouth Grand Voyager Base - $20250
1998 Plymouth Voyager SE (113" WB) - $21415
1998 Plymouth Grand Voyager SE - $22410
1999 Plymouth Voyager 3dr Base (113" WB) - $18205
1999 Plymouth Grand Voyager Base - $21340
1999 Plymouth Voyager SE (113" WB) - $22080
1999 Plymouth Grand Voyager SE - $23075
2000 Plymouth Voyager 3dr Base (113" WB) - $18685
2000 Plymouth Grand Voyager Base - $21790
2000 Plymouth Voyager SE (113" WB) - $23085
2000 Plymouth Grand Voyager SE - $24080

1997 Dodge Caravan 3dr Base (113" WB) - $17235
1997 Dodge Caravan 3dr Grand Base - $18580
1997 Dodge Caravan 3dr SE (113" WB) - $19925
1997 Dodge Caravan 3dr Grand SE - $20755
1997 Dodge Caravan LE (113" WB) - $25215
1997 Dodge Grand Caravan SE AWD - $25475
1997 Dodge Caravan ES (113" WB) - $25805
1997 Dodge Grand Caravan LE - $25905
1997 Dodge Grand Caravan ES - $26495
1997 Dodge Grand Caravan LE AWD - $29070
1997 Dodge Grand Caravan ES AWD - $29600
1998 Dodge Caravan 3dr Base (113" WB) - $17540
1998 Dodge Grand Caravan Base - $20250
1998 Dodge Caravan SE (113" WB) - $21415
1998 Dodge Grand Caravan SE - $22410
1998 Dodge Caravan LE (113" WB) - $25155
1998 Dodge Grand Caravan SE AWD - $25775
1998 Dodge Grand Caravan LE - $26150
1998 Dodge Grand Caravan ES - $26730
1998 Dodge Grand Caravan LE AWD - $29325
1998 Dodge Grand Caravan ES AWD - $29845
1999 Dodge Caravan 3dr Base (113" WB) - $18205
1999 Dodge Grand Caravan Base - $21340
1999 Dodge Caravan SE (113" WB) - $22080
1999 Dodge Grand Caravan SE - $23075
1999 Dodge Caravan LE (113" WB) - $25700
1999 Dodge Grand Caravan SE AWD - $26240
1999 Dodge Grand Caravan LE - $26895
1999 Dodge Grand Caravan ES - $29105
1999 Dodge Grand Caravan LE AWD - $30070
1999 Dodge Grand Caravan ES AWD - $31710
2000 Dodge Caravan Base (113" WB) - $19565
2000 Dodge Grand Caravan Base - $22290
2000 Dodge Caravan SE (113" WB) - $23525
2000 Dodge Grand Caravan SE - $24520
2000 Dodge Grand Caravan LE - $27635
2000 Dodge Grand Caravan Sport AWD - $28245
2000 Dodge Grand Caravan ES - $29845
2000 Dodge Grand Caravan LE AWD - $30810
2000 Dodge Grand Caravan ES AWD - $32450

1997 Chrysler Town & Country SX (113" WB) - $26680
1997 Chrysler Town & Country LX - $26895
1997 Chrysler Town & Country LX AWD - $29885
1997 Chrysler Town & Country LXi - $31565
1997 Chrysler Town & Country LXi AWD - $33940
1998 Chrysler Town & Country SX (113" WB) - $26805
1998 Chrysler Town & Country LX - $27260
1998 Chrysler Town & Country LX AWD - $30260
1998 Chrysler Town & Country LXi - $32010
1998 Chrysler Town & Country LXi AWD - $34385
1999 Chrysler Town & Country SX (113" WB) - $27385
1999 Chrysler Town & Country LX - $27860
1999 Chrysler Town & Country LX AWD - $31035
1999 Chrysler Town & Country Limited - $33965
1999 Chrysler Town & Country Limited AWD - $36340
2000 Chrysler Voyager 3dr Base (113" WB) - $19565
2000 Chrysler Grand Voyager Base - $22290
2000 Chrysler Voyager SE (113" WB) - $23525
2000 Chrysler Grand Voyager SE - $24520
2000 Chrysler Town & Country LX - $26800
2000 Chrysler Town & Country LXi - $28855
2000 Chrysler Town & Country LX AWD - $29690
2000 Chrysler Town & Country LXi AWD - $32030
2000 Chrysler Town & Country Limited - $34705
2000 Chrysler Town & Country Limited AWD - $37080
 

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The SE's were the sport models, right? I was never sure if mine was an SE or LE. And what made an LE different between the SE and ES? I know the ES had the best suspension and rims and astick in later years.
 

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Ha Andy, you're not the only one who can't keep them straight. In fact my insurance considers mine a SE/LE!

I've got a 1997 Dodge Caravan LE (113" WB): 3.3, FWD, PW, PDL, PM, CC, ABS, tilt, Power Driver's Seat, Tach, 2 sliders, tinted glass, trip computer, Infinity Sound, plastic cladding out outside
 

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The SE's were the sport models, right? I was never sure if mine was an SE or LE. And what made an LE different between the SE and ES? I know the ES had the best suspension and rims and astick in later years.
I have the Sport, and it's listed as an SE on the window sticker, so it's probably safe to say all Sports are SEs, but I don't know that necessarily means all of the SEs were Sports. Then again, the window sticker doesn't say anything specific about a "Sport" package being added.
 

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True, the Sport is within the SE model, but there are SEs that are not Sports. Sport's most distiguishing feature is the body coloured bumprs. LE is a higher trim level than SE, but a Sport could be optioned out to a higher price than an LE. The most Sporty is the ES but I believe that trim name was omitted for the 3rd gen run.
LEs have grey body cladding from the molding line down.
That chart shows no Voyager LEs in it. I have one of those.
It might be interesting to note that standard equipment, even the contents of a package, can vary between regions within the US or between Canada and the US in a given model year. European market models may as well be kept out of the equation since they are so different in their content.
 

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There were 3rd gen ES's. They were the lucky ones who got the firmer suspension, autostick, and the 17 inch rims with lower profile tires.
 

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Ah, nice!
 

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Don't forget that 1st Edition 3rd gens... (1996-1997) had short-wheelbase Town & Country's in BOTH SX and LX, though LX. LX could come in either wheelbase.
 

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and talking about Sports, there wasn't just the awd one's, there was the 2wd one as which came in both Caravan and Grand Caravans.
 

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I think that short wheelbase T&Cs weren't available in Canada?
 

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There were 3rd gen ES's. They were the lucky ones who got the firmer suspension, autostick, and the 17 inch rims with lower profile tires.
I have a 97 Grand Caravan ES - 16" rims, no autostick. When I was looking for brake parts, no one would believe me that it came factory-equipped with 16" rims, all the parts computers show only 15" rims... even the one at the dealer!! The parts guy looked up the VIN and found that the 16" wheels came standard, he wouldn't believe me either... of course, maybe it was just a bad day for parts guys in this town...

FWIW I also have power driver's seat, Infinity stereo, factory privacy glass, gold plated emblems, and gold accents on the rims.
 

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I have a 97 Grand Caravan ES - 16" rims, no autostick. When I was looking for brake parts, no one would believe me that it came factory-equipped with 16" rims, all the parts computers show only 15" rims... even the one at the dealer!! The parts guy looked up the VIN and found that the 16" wheels came standard, he wouldn't believe me either... of course, maybe it was just a bad day for parts guys in this town...

FWIW I also have power driver's seat, Infinity stereo, factory privacy glass, gold plated emblems, and gold accents on the rims.
interesting, my dad's 00 DGC Sport came from the factory with 16" steel wheels, I always felt that was an odd size for steel wheels, until my sister got her caliber with 17" steel wheels. :eekkkk:

of course your ES sounds like one I can kind of picture in my head, it has those 5 wide spoke wheels with a design in the center (really my favorite wheels on a 3G). I don't think 16" wheels on the Caravan is that uncommon though.
 

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The 16 inch wheels are very common. Its the 98-00 ES 17 inch wheels that are more rare.
 

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interesting, my dad's 00 DGC Sport came from the factory with 16" steel wheels, I always felt that was an odd size for steel wheels, until my sister got her caliber with 17" steel wheels. :eekkkk:

of course your ES sounds like one I can kind of picture in my head, it has those 5 wide spoke wheels with a design in the center (really my favorite wheels on a 3G). I don't think 16" wheels on the Caravan is that uncommon though.
I think what the parts guy was telling me was that I have a late build '97 so it has a lot in common with the '98 as far as options, etc. My father-in-law's 98 has the same wheels with grey accents...

 

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no 96 lxi like the one we have. I have my window sticker for the car so i can give you the MSRP for it. I don't think my parents could order any other options when they got it in '95.
 

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Hello all, Tisa from Sweden here.. ive been reading through this forum for quite some time now.. looking for information about my Belgium built Chrysler Grand Voyager. all i know is that its an 1999 Chrysler Grand Voyager 3,8 AWD, but if its an LX, ES, or what i dont know.. i would be glad to find that out though, since all emblems on the vehicle are missing, ( probably removed by the previous owner who was somewhat of a nutjob)

if this is in the wrong part of the forum id be glad if any mod could move my post to the correct part.

what i can say about my car is that its an CGV with the 3.8L and AWD its got full leather interior, with leather steering wheel with Cruisecontrol buttons, Infinity soundsystem, powered drivers seat with memory, false wooden dashboard, power windows and power retractable/adjustable mirrors, powered rear ventilation windows, Double Aircondition for front and back seats. foglights, trailer hitch, factory installed 16"alloy rims ( has to be bigger brakediscs aswell since i cant fit a 15" wheel at all.)
the car is also equipped with some Fat plastic Door mouldings with a narrow chrome moudling at the upper part of it if u know what i mean.?

id be happy for any ideas of what trimlevel my car might have had when it left the factory.

/ TISA
 

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Hello all, Tisa from Sweden here.. ive been reading through this forum for quite some time now.. looking for information about my Belgium built Chrysler Grand Voyager. all i know is that its an 1999 Chrysler Grand Voyager 3,8 AWD, but if its an LX, ES, or what i dont know.. i would be glad to find that out though, since all emblems on the vehicle are missing, ( probably removed by the previous owner who was somewhat of a nutjob)

if this is in the wrong part of the forum id be glad if any mod could move my post to the correct part.

what i can say about my car is that its an CGV with the 3.8L and AWD its got full leather interior, with leather steering wheel with Cruisecontrol buttons, Infinity soundsystem, powered drivers seat with memory, false wooden dashboard, power windows and power retractable/adjustable mirrors, powered rear ventilation windows, Double Aircondition for front and back seats. foglights, trailer hitch, factory installed 16"alloy rims ( has to be bigger brakediscs aswell since i cant fit a 15" wheel at all.)
the car is also equipped with some Fat plastic Door mouldings with a narrow chrome moudling at the upper part of it if u know what i mean.?

id be happy for any ideas of what trimlevel my car might have had when it left the factory.

/ TISA
I'm just guessing but I would think the names of the trim levels may have been quite different in Europe. They may possible have not had any different trim levels with names at all. Or maybe but not with any letters to indicate it on the vehicle. You would need to find info that is strictly for the European market. You could contact Chrysler of your country or even a dealer. Do you have a grille like our Plymouth Voyeger, or our Dodge Caravan, or our Chrysler Town&Country? I ask because when I google Chrysler Voyager I get pictures of all 3.
 

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hi there.. and tnx for the reply, from what ive seen there are LE, LX, limited, SE and something called the millenium edition?, ive emailed, chrysler here in sweden and several dealers, but not one response in several months.. wich seem very odd?.. chrysler isnt sold here in sweden as a standalone brand but is always incoporated in some other brands dealership. like mercedes or Jeep.

my car has this type of grille


and so does 90% of the 3:d gen chrysler here in sweden, there are many import cars aswell with diffrent grilles but the one above is what i have even though my car is also imported from belgium.
 
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