2014 Dodge Journey

Up to 16 MPG city / 24 MPG hwy
$19,995 - $30,795

2014 Dodge Journey

2014 Dodge Journey

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With room for five to seven passengers, Dodge pitches the Journey as the "most affordable" crossover SUV on sale today. It certainly offers a lot of content. The base Journey AVP already starts with 17-inch steel wheels, stability control, seven airbags, a 4.3-inch Uconnect Media Center, and soft-touch interior. Higher trims include the SE, which brings roof rails, LED taillights, and tinted glass. Next, there's the SXT, moving the Journey onto 19-inch aluminum-alloy wheels and tucking an array of features like foglights, restyled front and rear bumpers, optional all-wheel drive, available 8.4-inch touch-screen Uconnect Media Center, and front and rear floor mats into the fold. Then, there's the Crew model, endowed with a leather interior, heated seats and steering wheel, flat-folding front passenger seat, remote start, and more. Finally, there's the top-of-the-line R/T, equipped with a sport-tuned suspension, a six-speaker premium sound system, and carbon-colored 19-inch wheels. The base engine is a 173-horsepower 2.4-liter I-4, but it's noteworthy that the Journey's fuel economy doesn't take a big hit when the optional 283-hp 3.6-liter V-6 is selected. At its worst, a V-6-powered Journey with optional all-wheel drive is rated 16/24 mpg city/highway. Properly equipped, the Journey can tow up to 2500 pounds. See more... See Less

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Reviews and Ratings
Pros Cons
Seat comfort: for non - leather they are great Gas mileage could be better
I like the size of the vehicle and it seats 7 passengers Not great visibility - lots of blocked blind spots
Fold down seats and amount of trunk storage Headrest on front seats badly placed & not adjustable
Hidden storage compartments in rear floor & front passenger seat Wish seats in 2nd row were stow & go for wheel chair
Comfort - comfortable for people of all sizes More storage above head: garage remote / sunglasses
Awd is great - i live on back dirt roads in snow belt The journey has 3 rows but only came with mats for 2 rows
Storage & space- significant availability of storage spaces Not enough room in third seat to be comfortable for long drives
Keyless go - convenient & very fun & new technology Daytime running lights - don't have
The way it drives & handles For the price i feel it should have more amenities: power seats, etc.
Overall value & vehicle capability Transmission - too herky-jerky changing gears