Let’s face it, this triggers the agricultural urges in you, doesn’t it? This John Deere Chrysler Voyager could be in your garage very soon. The green-yellow MPV was built by a group of friends for the Budapest Rally, which was actually planned for 2020. It was literally their Mark, the salesman tells TopGear: ‘I personally work at a John Deere dealer who wanted to sponsor us if we painted the car in John Deere colors. So no sooner said than done.’
In addition to a fresh paint job, the Voyager got a roof rack, an LED bar, flashing lights and a row of air horns. Inside, you’ll find a custom armrest with extra batteries and an amplifier. The solar panel on the hood charges the extra battery; the friends used it for a fridge and a television. We are curious if they Dear John looked into the John Deere. The solar panel is now off, but nothing prevents you from putting it back yourself – maybe this time on the roof.
What should the John Deere Chrysler Voyager cost?
The car is on marketplace and wait for a good offer. The seller says that the car should yield about 2,500 euros. This makes it undoubtedly one of the cheapest John Deere vehicles you can buy – perfect for vultures. And then it also runs nice and cheap on LPG. The counter stands at 337,461 kilometers, but the 2.4-liter four-cylinder would have survived the 5,000 kilometers of the rally without any difficulty.