New Dodge Journey 2009 2010 : Reviews and Specification


Dodge Journey Review 2009 2010 Journey is offered in three trim ranges: SE, SXT, and RT. Front- and all-wheel-drive versions are available, with prices starting at $19,985 for a front-wheel-drive SE, and ranging to $28,295 for an RT with AWD. Base, SE models have five-passenger seating. SXT and RT models have an optional third-row seat. All trim levels share a resoundingly flexible floor plan worthy of a minivan. Dodge’s deep knowledge of this maligned breed has been plumbed to find an impressive number of storage spaces inside Journey.Journey will be a world car for Dodge, with left- and right-hand-drive models produced, and a diesel engine option for Euro versions. Here in the states, there are two gas-powered motors to choose from. SE’s get a 2.4-liter, four-cylinder engine. The four makes 173 hp, 166 lb.-ft. of torque, and returns 19 mpg in the city, 25 highway, according to EPA estimates. The volume leader is expected to be the 3.5-liter V-6 found in SXT and RT versions. The six is rated at 235 horsepower and 232 lb.-ft of torque, and is linked to a six-speed automatic transmission. Fuel economy is estimated at 16/23 (FWD), 15/22 (AWD). Our drive time in the Dodge Journey was split between a front-wheel-drive SXT and an all-wheel-drive RT


I personally love everything about this car. the only thing I would like is a little more storage space, put me, my wife and 4 kids and there's not much room for luggage, guess I will have to get a box for the roof rack.I would recommend this to a friend.The Interior are Attractive Look, Intuitive Controls, Comfortable Seating
Pros:4/All-Wheel Drive, Attractive Design, Handles Well
Cons:Limited Storage
Best Uses:Commuting, Large Families, In The Snow, Off-Road

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