2018 Dodge Journey in Duluth, GA

2018 Dodge Journey Gives You a Lot of Bang for the Buck

The three-row SUV class has gotten incredibly competitive in the last few years, as families hunt for a kid-friendly large crossover that can still look sleek and youthful. Among them all, though, the Dodge Journey consistently stands out as the best value for the money--the new 2018 Journey is the only midsize 3-row crossover that has a starting price under $24,000. Trim levels for 2018 model include the Journey SE, SXT, Crossroad, and the GT.

Modern Minimalism

Dodge has mastered the art of minimalism in the Dodge Journey--where upper levels enthusiastically offer niceties like leather upholstery, heated front seats, premium audio, larger touchscreens, and more soft-touch materials, the base model pays homage to the bare necessities that are sometimes really nice to have. Controls are easy to use and conveniently-located, and it's the perfect fit for drivers who just want a cabin that just plain works.


Style for the Long Haul

The 2018 Dodge Journey boasts a style that's clean and timeless--in fact, Dodge designers haven't had to really tweak with the exterior styling at all. Its signature grille at the front is a little more compact than that of its larger brother, the Durango, but it's well balanced by large, aggressive headlights and a lower air intake.

Performance: One Practical, One Potent

For the utmost practicality and efficiency, the 2018 Dodge Journey lineup comes standard with front-wheel drive, though Dodge's all-wheel-drive system is available for Duluth drivers who need a boost of added capability. A standard 173-horsepower 2.4-liter four-cylinder engine powers most Journey SUVs, and a 283-horsepower 3.6-liter V6 engine, paired to a six-speed automatic transmission, provides added muscle as an option. With the V6 equipped, the Journey can tow up to 2,500 pounds.

Tech and Safety Options

The 2018 Journey is fairly minimally-equipped at the base level to keep costs low for drivers who don't particularly need the bells and whistles that are being put into modern cabins; but, the base SE does come standard with a smartphone-sized touchscreen that can connect to audio with USB and aux cables. You can, however, upgrade to a Uconnect 8.4-inch touchscreen, and top-level Dodge Journey models even offer an available rear-seat entertainment system.

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