2017 Dodge Journey In-Depth Review: Past Due for Refurbishing


They say that the journey is the reward, but there’s little that’s rewarding about Dodge’s Journey. Introduced nearly a decade ago, the aging mid-size SUV has survived this long thanks to its affordability and practicality, but it’s decidedly lacking in the latest technology and safety equipment. Despite the availability of five trim packages, an inline-four and a V-6, front- or all-wheel drive, and five- or seven-passenger seating, there’s not a single version of the Journey that is truly competitive with the best family crossovers. It’s only worth considering if there’s a steep discount working in your favor. READ MORE ››

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