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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

Dodge Charger—Eight Speeds to Go!

Charger 8 Speed

Back in 2012, Dodge Charger was the first in its class to offer an eight-speed automatic transmission. The rest of the category? They’re still struggling to catch up.

 

Standard on the Charger SXT and SXT Plus, optional on the Charger SE, the eight-speed automatic is coupled to an equally advanced engine, the award-winning 3.6-liter Pentastar V6 with 292 hp and optional 300 hp. All powertrains are available in both rear-wheel-drive and all-wheel-drive versions.

 

Why eight speeds?

 

In a nutshell, the more advanced transmission permits the engine to operate in its most…

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Dodge Charger—Eight Speeds to Go!

From the Top: Dodge Journey SXT Turns Man’s Opinion of American Automakers

A letter from a new and satisfied customer of Dodge.

This was passed along straight from the CEO’s office…a letter to Bob Nardelli from a man named Marty from Florida who — after 26 years of avoiding American automakers — bought a Dodge Journey SXT. And he loved it enough to become a serious Dodge and Chrysler LLC advocate.

There’s a lot of issues discussed within and we hope it inspires some discussion here. Here are some excerpts from his letter:

“Seems like you and your Company…

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From the Top: Dodge Journey SXT Turns Man’s Opinion of American Automakers