Chrysler on Thursday unveiled the 2020 Chrysler Voyager.    

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Fiat Chrysler decided to slap a new badge on the former L and LX trims of its newer minivan.     

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It will also spawn a fleet-only LXi trim, but according to an FCA spokesperson, it will not replace the Dodge Grand Caravan that continues to survive despite not being all that good.

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Both L and LX trims come with a 3.5-inch display in the gauge cluster, as well as a Uconnect 4 infotainment system with a 7-inch touchscreen, Apple CarPlay and Android Auto.     

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The L trim gets a second-row bench, while the LX gets regular seats, but neither comes with the Stow 'n' Go storage option for the second row, only the third-row bench.     

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The LXi is where the real value is, although you won't be able to buy this trim as a consumer, since it's meant for fleets only (think rental cars).    

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In addition to the standard infotainment and optional packages, the LXi trim also gets leatherette seating material (much easier to clean), remote start, a roof rack, second-row retractable sunshades and an auto-dimming rearview mirror.     

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The LXi trim also gets Stow 'n' Go for the second row, in case you need to fold every rear seat flat for some major hauling.    

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