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Dodge Journey: America’s Most Versatile Crossover

Dodge Journey Americas Most Versatile Crossover

 

Dodge calls the Journey “America’s most versatile crossover.” That’s a bold claim, but the Journey can back it up with ease.

 

Buyers can choose from five distinctive Journey models: the dollar-wise AVP (American Value Package), the handsome SE, the full-featured SXT, the luxurious Limited and the sporty R/T. Few vehicles in the mid-size crossover range offer third-row seating, but the feature is available on all these Journey models. That makes the Journey the most affordable seven-passenger crossover in America—and perfect for growing families.

 

Powertrain choices include a…

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Dodge Journey: America’s Most Versatile Crossover

Durango Goes the Distance

Durango Goes the Distance

 

Not everyone likes math, especially when it comes to story problems, but here’s an easy one. When the new 2014 Durango arrives in Dodge showrooms this fall, standard features on the class-leading SUV will include a fuel tank capacity of 24.6 gallons. Now figure in estimated 25 mpg hwy for the Pentastar 3.6L and here’s the result: a total vehicle range of more than 600 miles.

 

Imagine that—more than 600 miles without a refueling stop. Just think of all the places the Durango can take you on a…

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Durango Goes the Distance

1970 Dodge Coronet R/T

1970 Dodge Coronet R/T

 

With its wild twin-nostril grille and integrated front bumper, the 1970 Dodge Coronet R/T is one of the most distinctive-looking muscle cars of the era. It’s virtually impossible to mistake the ’70 R/T for anything else—it’s that different.

 

The unique front end treatment was created by Dodge stylist Diran Yazejian, a graduate of the prestigious Art Center College of Design in Pasadena, California. While the bumper looks like two separate components, it’s actually one continuous stamping with sheet metal covering the middle. The look tends to be highly…

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1970 Dodge Coronet R/T