Dodge has been a powerhouse in the Sports Utility Vehicle market for decades. With the popular Durango being a popular namesake and favorite SUV, Dodge has done it again with the 2015 Dodge Journey Crossover. Journey comes with seven trim levels: American Value Package, SE, SXT, SXT Plus, Crossroad, Limited, and R/T and provides plenty of options for everyone depending upon their lifestyles and needs. Journey has a starting MSRP of $20,295 and ranges on up to $30,895.
On the 2015 Journey Crossover, you can expect to find plenty of details on the exterior. Eight colors are available, as well as sculpted front fenders flares, distinctive front fascia, crosshair grille, ring of fire LED taillamps, 8-wheel options to choose from, roof rack, and heated mirrors. Journey offers plenty of upgradeable exterior equipment including: dual bright exhaust tips, automatic headlamps, power sunroof, and power heated foldaway mirrors.
Inside the Journey Crossover, you will find 3 spacious rows of seating as well as six-way power driver’s seat, low back bucket seats, rear reclining/fold flat seating, second row 40/60 split, four power outlets, rear air conditioning with heater, illuminated cup holders, and four interior colors. Upgradeable equipment includes: easy entry system seat, leather seats, second row seat with 2 child boosters, heated steering wheel, and a myriad of other options.
Technology for the Journey Crossover includes: 4.3 inch touch screen display, 6 speakers, audio jack input for mobile devices, radio with AM/FM CD and MP3, remote USB port, steering wheel mounted audio controls, and premium instrument cluster. Upgrades include: 1-year Sirius/XM radio, 6 premium speaker with subwoofer, 8.4 inch touchscreen display, Garmin Navigation System, Radio 8.4 with AM/FM/CD/MP3/Satellite/SD Card/DVD/NAV, Uconnect voice command with bluetooth, Uconnect web with Mopar, video remote, and wireless headphones.
The following safety equipment comes available on Journey Crossover for 2015: advanced multistage front airbags, driver inflatable knee-bolster airbag, electronic roll mitigation, ESC, keyless entry with keyless go, remote start system, speed control, Sentry Key theft deterrent system, tire pressure monitoring display, and trailer sway damping.
Journey gets an estimate MPG of 19 in the city and 26 on the highway. It comes standard with a 2.4L I4 DOHC 16 valve dual VVT engine and 4-speed automatic transmission. It comes with multilink individual rear suspension and independent front suspension. Firm feel power steering, maintenance free battery, and antilock 4 wheel disc brakes round out the performance equipment for Journey Crossover.