2017 Dodge Journey ratings and reviews
The Dodge Journey’s trims come in either AWD or FWD formats. All trims share a 2.4L four-cylinder engine by default. The engine is capable of outputting 173 horsepower or 166 lb-ft of torque. The engine will need the torque if it is going to carry the Dodge Journey’s maximum capacity of seven passengers. The default trim includes powered side mirrors, remote starting and remote locking, a touchscreen console, LED tail lamps, and a six-speaker audio system. Advanced trims like the Crossroad Plus include options to purchase fog lights, sport-tuning, a 120V electrical outlet, GPS, sunroof, parking sensors, collision detection, pedestrian detection, Bluetooth integration, leather upholstery, and even zoned climate control. All trims share a four-speed automatic VIP transmission and 17-inch by 6.5-inch steel wheels, though aluminum wheels are also available for purchase. Seats are of the low-back bucket style, though an optional upgrade can change the color if the driver desires.