About Dodge Journey
The Dodge Journey is a crossover vehicle. It is famous for its practicality. It has three rows of seating and generous legroom for passengers. The sedan includes front driver and passenger airbags, standard four-wheel disc ABS, ESP, and brake assist. These apparatuses contribute to the sedan's exceptional brake system. It is the cheapest three-row SUV you can buy today. The Dodge Journey also has a user-friendly infotainment system, which appeals to buyers.
The 2009 model went on sale in North America, and elsewhere. A version for the Chinese market was released in 2008. Initial model manufacturing began in 2009. The Journey was marketed in Russia in 2013. It was marketed in both LHD and RHD.
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The 2011 model revised its infotainment systems with LCD color touchscreen displays, and a full-color LCD Electronic Vehicle Information Center (EVIC). The system became standard on all Journey models. In 2013, Dodge unveiled a new model. It has gloss black aluminum wheels and center caps. In 2014, the new version was introduced with chrome accents. Thereafter, the sedan was altered several times, and it was discontinued in 2020.
All 2020 Journey models were powered by a 2.4-liter inline-four gasoline engine producing 173 horsepower and 166 lb. ft. of torque, with a four-speed automatic transmission, and available with front wheel drive. The optional 3.6-liter Pentastar Variable Valve Timing (VVT) V6 gasoline engine, six-speed automatic transmission, and the option for All Wheel Drive were discontinued.