Dodge Journey

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2018 Dodge Journey

For 2018, the number of Journey trims drops to four: SE, SXT, Crossroad and GT. All Journey trims now come standard with a 3rd-row seat. The Crossroad gains new “Black Noise” 19-inch wheels, while the Blacktop Package is now offered on the SE.

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.

About Dodge Journey

When the topic of 7-passenger SUVs arises, the 2018 Dodge Journey often gets overlooked. That’s a shame because the Journey has some very appealing qualities. The 4-cylinder SE is the lowest-priced 3-row SUV on the market, undercutting the Hyundai Santa Fe, Kia Sorento and Ford Flex by thousands. Granted, the 4-cylinder isn’t very powerful, but you can upgrade to a 283-horsepower V6, as well as all-wheel drive and numerous features ranging from an excellent 8.4-inch Uconnect infotainment system to a heated steering wheel. The Crossroad trim offers light off-road possibilities, and hefty leasing rebates from Chrysler further sweeten the Journey’s appeal. However, if you’re looking for superior reliability, advanced driver-assist systems or high resale figures, the Journey may not be the best choice.

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