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2003 Chrysler Voyager Seating Capacity

How many passengers does a 2003 Chrysler Voyager hold?

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2003 Chrysler Voyager Trims

Base Passenger Van

Front seat type - no data

Car seats are divided into 4 main categories, depending on their application and the type of vehicle: regular standard car seats, racing car seats, ultra comfort seats and sports seats.

Standard seating - 7

It is the same for all trims.

The standard car seat is designed to support thighs, the buttocks, lower and upper back, and head support. The front driver and passenger seats of most vehicles have three main parts: the seat back (squab), seat base (cushion), and the head-rest.

Front driver seat direction controls - no data

A set of controls that allow the driver to adjust the seat according to his preferences: the height, tilt angle, position of the headrest, etc.

Front passenger seat direction controls - no data

This is a set of levers and buttons that allow the passenger to adjust the parameters of the seat, such as height, tilt angle, lumbar support, and the height of the headrests.

Lumbar support - no data

This characteristic is used in the manufacture of car seats, designed to help both drivers and passengers while sitting in car seats. These can be safety cages, additional cushions designed to provide lumbar support.

Front armrests - no data

Armrest - a special surface , which is near the driver, where you can put your hand.

Front head restraints - no data

Head restraints are automotive safety features attached to or built into the top of each seat to restrict rearward movement of an adult passenger's head, thereby preventing or mitigating neck injuries in case of a collision.

Heated front seats - no data

The system is a special electrical device that is built into the front seats and powered from the car's onboard network. The device allows you to manually set the comfort temperature of the seats - you can increase or decrease it, depending on your preference.

Memory - no data

The vehicles now have many types of distributed memory in the vehicle – SRAM, DRAM, ROM, FLASH and, in some vehicles, tests of MRAM.

Rear seats - no data

Car seats are divided into 4 main categories, depending on their application and the type of vehicle: regular standard car seats, racing car seats, ultra comfort seats and sports seats.

Rear armrest - no data

This device is often located in the middle of the back row of seats. It is a drop-down area on which passengers can place their hands. In some vehicle configurations, you can put drinks or other necessities there.

Rear head restraints - no data

Head restraints are a car safety feature attached to or built into the top of each seat. The main purpose of this device is to limit the rearward movement of the adult passenger's head during a collision. They help to avoid multiple neck and head injuries.

Seat trim - no data

This is the material used in making your seat covers.

3rd row seats - no data

This feature is an additional row of seats, which is located behind the main two. By default, they are hidden under the floor of the car in the trunk, not taking up much space. If necessary, these seats are folded out, providing space for three more passengers, but depriving the car of the ability to carry any cargo in its trunk.

3rd row fold into floor - no data

This feature is an additional row of seats, which is located behind the main two. By default, they are hidden under the floor of the car in the trunk, not taking up much space. If necessary, these seats are folded out, providing space for three more passengers, but depriving the car of the ability to carry any cargo in its trunk.

Heated rear seats - no data

The system is a special electrical device that is built into the rear seats and powered from the car's onboard network. The device allows you to manually set the comfort temperature of the rear seats.

Cooled front seats - no data

It is a ventilation system that allows you to manually change the temperature of the front seats. This device is a set of fans, hidden inside the seats, used to recirculate the air.

Cooled rear seats - no data

It is a ventilation system that allows you to manually change the temperature of the rear seats. This device is a set of fans, hidden inside the seat, used to recirculate the air.

Fold flat front passenger seat - no data

This is a feature when the passenger seat folds forward 90 degrees to form a flat surface, like a table. Flat-folding versions usually have a large plastic panel on the back of the seat.

LX Passenger Van

Determining 2003 Chrysler Voyager maximum seating capacity

The seating capacity of the 2003 Chrysler Voyager is the complete variety of travelers it might hold, comprising the driver. Generally, 4 individuals can rest inside a sedan car comfortably: two on the front and two – on the rear row. Even though, the backseat is for three passengers, the cushion in the center suits small people best. But would it be ok to drive when grownups or young children sit down on other passengers' laps inside 2003 Chrysler Voyager?

You have to keep in mind that the amount of safety straps is influenced by the volume of passengers that will legally stay within a car. And based on the US laws and regulations, every single person has to be buckled up when going in the vehicle or else, you can get a ticket. It is additionally essential for safety that all seat bealts to be efficient, like in some states, you may even obtain a greater fine for malfunctioning straps – to prevent false claims. For example, you don't fasten your 2003 Chrysler Voyager belt simply because you don't want to, and all of a sudden a cop ceases you. You say you were not buckled for the reason that belt is just not working correctly – prepare yourself to get fined.

LEGAL NOTICE

Legally, a Chrysler Voyager with five seat belts can only hold five passengers

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