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

Journey up North Part Two

When we last checked in with Redline Dodge correspondent Julie and her friends Desi, Sharon, and Elizabeth, their 2012 Dodge Journey was all loaded up for a trip from the metropolitan Detroit area to the ski country of Northern Michigan.  Let’s join part two of Julie’s Journey Up North:

 

What road trip is complete without some rocking tunes?  Taking advantage of the Uconnect Touch system, the Sirius XM Satellite Radio, and the auxiliary USB port  for the MP3 player in the center console,  we were jamming…

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Journey up North Part Two

Dodge Journey Walkaround Part Four – Technology

Here’s part four of our video tour of the 2012 Dodge Journey, where Dodge Brand Manager Pieter Hogeveen and correspondent Heather Heughens talk about the crossover’s innovative technology, starting with the generous 8.4-inch touchscreen.

 

“It’s a great infotainment system,” says Hogeveen. “Through Bluetooth you can stream your own music onto the touchscreen. We use Gracenote technology so you can see the album art of what you’re listening to on the screen.

 

“You can access the climate control and we offer the Sirius Travel Link, where…

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Dodge Journey Walkaround Part Four – Technology

Dodge Journey Walkaround Part Three – Functionality

 

In this episode of the video walkaround of the 2012 Journey, Dodge Brand Manager Pieter Hogeveen and correspondent Heather Heughens investigate the part of the Journey’s design mission Dodge engineers call “functionality”—building in maximum utility, efficiency, and comfort.

 

“This vehicle is actually part compact car, part crossover, part minivan, and part SUV,” says 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 2500…

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Dodge Journey Walkaround Part Three – Functionality