Dodge Journey Crossovers

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2017 Dodge Journey

For 2017, the Dodge Journey R/T is dropped in favor of a new Journey GT trim. The Crossroad trim receives new satin-carbon wheel finish, while two new colors are added to the Journey’s color palette: Spitfire Orange and Rhino Clear Coat.

2016 Dodge Journey

2016 sees the entry-level AVP trim dropped and the model lineup reduced to just five trim levels. SE, SXT and Crossroad trims have lower base prices than last year, while a new Crossroad Plus trim builds on the success of the Crossroad by offering standard leather seating and the Uconnect 8.4-inch display.

2015 Dodge Journey

2015 brings only minor changes for the Dodge Journey. Among them are two new exterior colors (Billet Silver Metallic and Blue Streak Pearl), and the available SiriusXM Traffic and Travel Link now include five years of free service.

About Dodge Journey

The 2017 Dodge Journey may not be the sexiest 7-passenger crossover SUV on the market, but there is no denying its value and versatility. A 4-cylinder Dodge Journey starts just under $22,500, undercutting newer rivals like the Kia Sorrento, Toyota Highlander and Hyundai Santa Fe. We think the 4-cylinder is too weak for this vehicle, however, and base models are sparsely optioned. If you’re going to do it right, get the 283-horsepower V6 and a mid-level trim such as the Crossroad. Add in all-wheel drive and you’ll have a comfortable, capable crossover SUV big enough to hold the kids and all their stuff, powerful enough to haul them with confidence and flexible enough to serve as everything from errand runner to weekend warrior.

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