2015 Dodge Journey
61,480 Miles | Mesa, AZ
$15,998
Est $231/mo

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2018 Dodge Journey
12,618 Miles | West Palm Beach , FL
$17,997
Est $259/mo

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2018 Dodge Journey
12,665 Miles | Hollywood , FL
$17,997
Est $259/mo

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2017 Dodge Journey
48,666 Miles | West Palm Beach , FL
$12,699
Est $183/mo

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2018 Dodge Journey
19,572 Miles | Miami, FL
$17,298
Est $249/mo

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2018 Dodge Journey
17,495 Miles | West Palm Beach , FL
$17,498
Est $252/mo

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2018 Dodge Journey
25,708 Miles | West Palm Beach , FL
$16,849
Est $243/mo

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2018 Dodge Journey
11,850 Miles | Hollywood , FL
$17,998
Est $259/mo

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2018 Dodge Journey
13,309 Miles | West Palm Beach , FL
$17,997
Est $259/mo

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2018 Dodge Journey
11,751 Miles | West Palm Beach , FL
$17,997
Est $259/mo

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2018 Dodge Journey
13,043 Miles | West Palm Beach , FL
$17,749
Est $256/mo

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2017 Dodge Journey
49,765 Miles | Miami, FL
$12,399
Est $179/mo

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2018 Dodge Journey
17,584 Miles | Miami, FL
$17,498
Est $252/mo

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2014 Dodge Journey
111,768 Miles | Hollywood, FL
$8,460
Est $122/mo

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2019 Dodge Journey
4,440 Miles | Doral, FL
$21,998
Est $317/mo

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2016 Dodge Journey
71,901 Miles | Hollywood, FL
$13,810
Est $199/mo

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2011 Dodge Journey
61,849 Miles | Doral, FL
$6,798
Est $98/mo

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2018 Dodge Journey
37,702 Miles | Fort Lauderdale, FL
$14,990
Est $216/mo

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2018 Dodge Journey
39,653 Miles | Lauderdale Lakes, FL
$11,590
Est $167/mo

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2018 Dodge Journey
19,108 Miles | Lauderdale Lakes, FL
$12,065
Est $174/mo

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Dodge Journey Buyer's Guide

Owner Reviews
4.0
114 Reviews
Overall
4.0
Value
4.1
Performance
3.6
Style
4.2
Comfort
4.2
Fuel Economy
3.5
Reliability
4.2

Dodge Journey Owner Ratings & Reviews

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2013 Dodge Journey - Great Economic Vehicle

Melissa
San Antonio, Texas
Overall
5.0
Value
4.0
Performance
3.0
Style
4.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
4.0
Reliability
4.0
This is a great family vehicle with a fantastic look! The Journey does great on gas with its v4 engine making it able to drive cross country on a tank and a half. The vehicle is very spacious with an optional third row built in. We use it mostly for hauling groceries but great when we have our nieces and nephews with us. The boys love that they can pack in a lot of toys for the long road trips and we love the space we get in the front seat to keep their snacks handy. We get a lot of questions about our car and most find it hard to believe the price tag on such a spacious vehicle. I would definitely buy this car again and am considering replacing our second vehicle with another Dodge Journey because we have been extremely happy with this one. The auto start feature is great for the Texa... (more)
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This car did so great on gas when we took our first family trip to Florida. Our gas bill was the lowest we have ever had and that allowed us extra funds to spend on our family's first vacation ever.
Pros
I absolutely love the gas mileage. This spacious family car does great on gas because of the v4 engine. The optional third seat gives us the ability to haul around extra kids or put the seats down for more space to move items around. The auto start feature is a life saver for the Texas heat.
Cons
Because of the v4 it doesn't pick up as fast as one would like, but that's not necessarily the worst thing. For a family car I would have preferred the luggage rack be included or even a hitch be included, our car came with neither so we always have to rely on that third row when we do our summer vacations.

2013 Dodge Journey - Love

JJ
Lake Waccamaw, North Carolina
Overall
4.0
Value
4.0
Performance
4.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
5.0
Fuel Economy
4.0
Reliability
5.0
The Dodge Journey is one of the best cars I've ever owned if not the best car I've ever owned! Not only is stylish but it's functional too and has such a smooth ride. It is one of the most affordable small SUVs around. I own the black top package journey and get compliments on how nice the black on black looks. The interior is beautiful and comfortable. Also I love all of the bells and whistles everything is touch screen it's so neat! My only complaint is we are n family of five and it can be a little too tight with car seats at time and the 3rd row isn't made for everyday use or for an adult. I haven't had one issue with this car and I love that it has quite a bit of power and get up and go.
Story
We have really enjoyed taking road trips in this car to the mountains to the beach all over!
Pros
I love how stylish this car is the exterior is the black top package it's beautiful and the interior is so comfortable and stylish too. I love that everything even the air conditioner controls are touch screen. The touch screen is huge as well. It also has good speed with the v6 engine.
Cons
The major cons I have is we are now a family of five and it isn't quite roomy enough for us anymore. Also the 3rd row that I was once excited for isn't really functional. An adult can't comfortably fit in the 3rd row.

2013 Dodge Journey - Dodge Journey

LEE
Palm River-Clair Mel, Florida
Overall
3.0
Value
4.0
Performance
4.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
2.0
Reliability
2.0
I bought 2013 Dodge Journey three years ago for my family. I needed something that had decent leg room for my wife and I. We are tall individuals. It had to have space in the back for our two kid's supplies and what not. This vehicle had that. It was technological savvy, an awesome screen system, push button start key, alarm system, no moon roof (woot woot). At the time, I felt between the price and all of extras I would get, it was a no brainer to buy it. This vehicle is great in size, leg room and storage. However, there are been a few recalls on it due to engine trouble. The vehicle is a bit bulky, which I feel is the cause for the low gas mileage we receive. I do love the indash screen. By far, one of the best. Not only is it in color, but the choices you have, along with the size.... (more)
Story
Going to the drive-in. Where we live we have a couple of places. The back seats lay face down, allowing for more space to lay down. It's perfect for cool nights at the drive-in.
Pros
I know this seems crazy, but color. Way too many black, red and white vehicles out there. It's so hard to find something different. My vehicle is the grayish baby blue color. My wife was so happy. Then, the no moon roof. I swear it seems like every vehicle out there has a sunroof or moon roof. I did not want that. They are leaking hazards. Huge plus: satellite radio. I love the choice of stations I can get. It is worth every penny. Lastly, the screen in the dash. So many choices and options of what you can do. For safety reasons, it will allow you to play a movie it will only work when you... (more)
Cons
Where do I begin. The recalls. First one, simple recall. Maybe an hour. Second one up to five hours. Who has that time? Then our check engine light keeps coming on because of our gas cap. We have bought another one, but something about the springs within the cap keeps coming loose. Drives me crazy. Mileage, I wish I could get better mileage from it. I seem to get an average of around 18 miles, if I'm lucky.

Dodge Journey Generations

The Dodge Journey is the automaker's entry into the mid-size crossover market. This model has been in production since 2009 with few notable changes or updates since then.

As of the 2019 model year, it has only one generation with some minor facelifts and changes during that time. Industry insiders expect the model to be canceled in the next few years.

First generation (2009-2018)

The 2018 Journey is mostly a carryover and it's unlikely that a new generation will be released before the model is canceled. For this model year, the trim line goes from four to three as the SXT trim is removed. The remaining trims are the SE, Crossroad and GT.

The Journey continues to be a midsize crossover SUV with room for seven passengers. It comes in front or all-wheel drive.

Front-wheel-drive models use a 2.4-liter four-cylinder that makes 173-horsepower and uses a four-speed automatic transmission. All-wheel-drive models (and the GT trim) use a 3.6-liter V6 that makes 283 horsepower and uses a six-speed automatic transmission.

The base SE trim offers additional standard features for this update, including a sportier front and rear, plus fog lights and LED taillights. Power folding seats, heated side mirrors and climate control have also been added as options.

An additional package is available for the SE trim in the Blacktop Appearance Package.

2011 Update and Crossroad

The 2011 Journey was mildly refreshed to include a modified grille and lower front fascia, plus a restyled interior, revised steering, suspension and powertrain.

Dodge's new logo was also added to the vehicle. SE and higher trim levels received LED taillights as well. 2011 was also when Dodge dropped the 3.5-liter V6 and replaced it with the 3.6-liter Pentastar V6. By the 2012 model year, the Journey was the smallest SUV in Dodge's lineup when the Nitro was discontinued.

The Journey Crossroad was introduced in 2014 for the 2015 model year and it became a distinctive trim version of the Journey. It included chrome accents, a larger bumper, black grille, smoked headlights and taillights, 19-inch black aluminum wheels, unique front and rear design, plus rails for a roof rack.

In terms of features offered, the Crossroad came with the standard offerings in the SXT Plus Package. Options for the Crossroad included AWD, power sunroof, heated front seats, remote start, parking assist systems, six-speaker audio with subwoofer, leather interior and more.

The 2012 Dodge Journey received an overall four-star safety rating from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. It got five stars in the two categories of frontal driver and side driver. The other categories were four stars.

Pre-facelift model (2009-2011)

Dodge entered the crossover market somewhat late with the Journey in 2009. The Journey was built on the Dodge Global D platform, which was a stretched version of the Global C platform, and can also be found on the Dodge Avenger and Chrysler Sebring.

It was outfitted with a 3.5-liter V6 that made 235 horsepower as the standard engine for all trims except the base model, which got a standard four-cylinder unit with 173 horsepower.

The V6 was capable of towing 3,500 pounds, but the four was not rated for towing.

Fuel economy numbers were competitive for its class. The four-cylinder version was rated for 19 mpg in the city and 25 on the highway. The V6 paired with FWD got 16 mpg in the city and 23 on the highway. The AWD V6 got 15 in the city and 22 on the highway.

The Journey was designed to fit five passengers comfortably, but it can be expanded for seven people, though the optional rear seat is only adequate for children. The Journey did include some nice utility features such as a fold-flat front passenger seat that allowed for putting something as long as nine feet in the cargo area. The front passenger seat also included a bin beneath it, plus a storage area beneath the second-row floor and behind the last row. A dual glove box included a Chill Zone feature that enables it to keep drinks cold. Standard entertainment features included a six-disc CD changer and a rear DVD entertainment system.

The trim lineup for the Journey before the update included three trims in the SE, SXT and R/T. The SE was exclusively a front-wheel drive vehicle to start and the other two trims had optional AWD. Other standard features on the SE included AC, the Chill Zone storage, power windows and mirrors, adjustable driver's seat and all-season tires on steel wheels. The SXT model added cruise control, remote entry, fold-flat passenger seat, a touring suspension and all-season tires on aluminum wheels. The AWD version of this trim also added performance steering and suspension, plus fog lights. The AWD system on the Journey was primarily designed to handle slippery roads and not for off-road use as it was not equipped with low-range gears.

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