I'm hoping I won't need the towing eye!
I know it has service records with it, as I wanted to check the service history (it's done 15,000 miles, so I'm keen to verify that in every way I reasonably can - appears to have been traded in for a CR-V judging by the movements of the private plate), and I am pretty sure when I drove it I was holding two keys on the keyring, so that's good. ISTR it had a spare wheel under the plastic parts in the boot - has 18" wheels and is staying that way, as I drove a 20" equipped CRD SRT Design and found that whilst the ride was better than expected, it tramlined. Hoping that 18" wheels and a gentle driving style will give me longer-lived balljoints, too.
This is an attempt at owning a car for several years and liking it. Aside from a string of bangers lately (post breaking a leg and being stuck with autos) my last big car was a C6 2.7HDi, and I didn't like it after getting all excited to have one - I've had three Voyagers this year and have decided that Chrysler interiors may be cheap, but they're tough and honest about it.
Justified it on only using it for long drives really, and being good at getting economy out of massive cars (my previous Voyager, a 2002 V6, I got 27-29 on motorway (once, 31) and 20 overall, which measured and converted for UK terms ended up as a real 24mpg average and 36mpg best (between fills). My current one indicates FAR worse economy, is a 2000 V6 of the earlier generation. But I am not counting on any economy for running it - don't really need it for commuting or household tasks, only work, so any driving is paid for one way or another
(Besides, I measured the economy from my 1.6 MX-5; 27.8mpg. And that was a thoroughly unbearable 80mph on the motorway).
It's got to hold my interest for four years, though, to be worth the money.
Also - any other UK people see it as a natural successor to the Vauxhall FE Ventora and subsequent big-engined Senators, moreso than the rather OTT VXR8s?