America’s most versatile and affordable crossover. Comfort, safety and 26 hwy mpg make it the perfect excuse to get out of the house.

Introducing the 2014 Dodge Journey Crossroad

Dodge Journey Crossroad

 

Sometimes a journey is defined by the direction taken at a crossroad. For the 2014 Dodge Journey Crossroad model—the newest addition to the Dodge Journey lineup—that direction was toward ruggedness and adventure.

 

The 2014 Dodge Journey Crossroad is packed with distinctive features, each one designed to complement the vehicle’s rugged, can-do nature. Outside, the distinct visual elements include special performance fascias front and rear, darked-tinted headlamps and taillamps, and platinum chrome roof rails and trim accents. Topping off the exterior package are a Crossroad badge on the…

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Introducing the 2014 Dodge Journey Crossroad

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

Journey: The Can-Do Crossover

2013 Dodge Journey

Need a capable, do-everything vehicle? Here’s Journey, the can-do crossover.

 

“This vehicle is actually part compact car, part crossover, part minivan and part SUV,” says Dodge Brand Manager Pieter Hogeveen. “It’s the most versatile vehicle in its class. We offer five- and seven-passenger seating, four- and six-cylinder engines, front-wheel drive and all-wheel drive. The Journey can even tow up to 2,500 pounds.”

 

Engineers have developed an interesting design metric they call form efficiency. Essentially, the term relates to how much functionality can be packed into a vehicle’s footprint. The Journey,…

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Journey: The Can-Do Crossover