New 2015 Dodge Journey R/T Rallye 4dr All-wheel Drive Listowel, Stratford, Goderich, Owen Sound, London and Orangeville, Ontario
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The Dodge Journey is a midsize crossover based on a car-like structure. It's capable and versatile enough to compete with large truck based sport utility vehicles.

The Dodge Journey is offered in front-wheel drive or all-wheel drive configuration. The trim lineup includes SE, SXT, Limited, and R/T. Available engine choices are either a 173-hp 2.4-liter engine with a four-speed automatic transmission, or a 283-hp 3.6-liter V6 engine, mated to a six-speed automatic transmission. Key features on all trim levels include dual zone air-conditioning, power heated mirrors, proximity keyless entry, cruise control, USB and auxiliary input jacks, and steering wheel audio controls. Standard safety features include seven-airbags including a driver's knee airbag, traction control, stability control, brake assist, and trailer sway damping.

For 2015, most trims on the Dodge Journey now come standard with seven-passenger seating.

Introduction

Dodge Journey is a midsize sport-utility that combines the smoother ride and better fuel economy of a car with the cargo space and roominess of an SUV.Journey seats five or seven, depending on options.Prices are appealing, too.Chrysler has claimed the Dodge Journey to be the most affordable seven-seat crossover sold in the U.S.

Not much has changed for 2015, except that the available SiriusXM Traffic and Travel Link now includes five years of free service.The Journey Crossroad model, introduced for 2014 with mesh-insert leather seats and 19-inch black aluminum wheels, continues into the 2015 model year.So does the Limited model, as well as the SE V6 edition with all-wheel drive, which debuted during the 2014 season.Journey first appeared as a 2009 model.

Dodge Journey offers plenty of choices: four or six cylinders, five or seven seats, basic trim or full-lux leather.Like most crossovers, it comes with either front-wheel drive or all-wheel drive, which adds confidence in bad weather.Journey is considered a crossover vehicle because it uses a lightweight unit-body structure similar to that used by cars, instead of a body-on-frame truck chassis.

Up-level models are powered by the same modern 3.6-liter V6 that's become ubiquitous in Chrysler Group vehicles.It has plenty of power but is ill-matched to the 6-speed automatic transmission, making it feel less powerful than it actually is.The V6 produces 283 horsepower at 6350 rpm, 260 pound-feet of torque at 4400 rpm.

Standard Journey motivation comes from a 2.4-liter four-cylinder engine of 173 horsepower.We found the four-cylinder engine rough and noisy, with too little power for a vehicle of this size.

Inside is where the Journey shines.Its interior design and materials give it one of the nicest cockpits in the class.Seating for five is standard, with a two-passenger third row optional.Either way it has useful, though not class-leading, cargo space.Filling the Journey with adults won't make all your passengers happy, but the rear seat should work well for children.Seats flip and fold to provide ample versatility for hauling people, cargo, or both.

The Journey offers a fold-flat front passenger seat that will allow loading items up to nine feet long.It features some unique storage solutions that owners should find useful.Among them: a bin under the front passenger seat, storage under the floor in the second row and behind the last row of seats, a dual glove box with Dodge's Chill Zone that cools soda cans, and all the usual cubbies up front, including a fairly deep center console.Entertainment options are plentiful, as the Journey has a CD player standard and offers a rear DVD entertainment system and a hard-drive radio.

Journey R/T models come with perforated leather seats, a dimpled leather heated steering wheel and dimpled shift knob, red accent stitching on the steering wheel and a performance suspension for even more responsive handling.

We recommend the V6 engine, which provides that extra margin of power that many buyers will want, as well as much more refinement.Be careful when it comes to options, though, as it's easy to boost the Journey past $30,000.

Lineup

The 2015 Dodge Journey is offered in six trim levels: AVP (American Value Package), SE, SXT, Crossroad, Limited, and R/T.The AVP is only available with front-wheel drive and the 2.4-liter four-cylinder engine with 4-speed automatic transmission.The 3.6-liter V6 and 6-speed automatic are standard in Limited and R/T.SE, SXT and Crossroad models can be ordered with front-wheel drive or all-wheel drive, and with the four-cylinder or V6 engine.As with many crossover vehicles, a dizzying array of options is available.

All models provide seating for five in their standard configuration, or for seven with the optional Flexible Seating Group ($1,500 or $1,700) which adds not only a 50/50 folding and reclining third seat, but a 60/40 tilt-and-slide second seat, tri-zone automatic climate control, and a cargo compartment cover.

Journey AVP ($20,295) comes with cloth upholstery; cruise control; dual-zone manual air conditioning with air filtering; tinted glass; Uconnect 4.3 with AM/FM/CD/MP3/WMA stereo with six speakers, 4.3-inch touchscreen, auxiliary input jack, and USB port; power windows; power heated exterior mirrors; power door locks; remote keyless entry; tilt/telescoping steering wheel with audio controls; driver's seat height adjustment; 60/40-split-folding second-row seat; headlights with time-delay off; a grille with bright accents; and P225/65R17 all-season touring tires on steel wheels.

Journey SE ($23,395) and SE AWD ($27,295) adds deep-tint sunscreen glass, black side roof rails, and LED taillamps.Also standard are cloth upholstery; cruise control; dual-zone manual air conditioning with air filtering; tinted glass; Uconnect 4.3 AM/FM/CD/MP3/WMA stereo with six speakers, 4.3-inch touchscreen, auxiliary input jack, and USB port; power windows; power heated exterior mirrors; power door locks; remote keyless entry; tilt/telescoping steering wheel with audio controls; driver's seat height adjustment; 60/40-split-folding second-row seat; headlights with time-delay off; a grille with bright accents; LED taillamps; and P225/65R17 all-season touring tires on steel wheels.With AWD, the otherwise-optional 17-inch aluminum wheels are included at no extra charge.

Journey SXT ($25,695) adds SiriusXM satellite radio (with one-year subscription), floor mats, fog lamps, cargo cover and net, and 17-inch aluminum wheels.Mirrors are body color rather than black, and the front fascia is more elaborate.The front-drive SXT can be ordered with the V6 ($1,700).Journey SXT AWD ($29,195) comes standard with the V6, which also gets bright dual exhaust tips, a performance-tuned suspension and a slightly larger fuel tank.

Journey SXT Plus ($26,395) and SXT Plus AWD ($29,895) add an option group that includes Uconnect voice-command with Bluetooth and 8.4-inch touchscreen, leather-wrapped steering wheel and shift knob, power six-way driver's seat with lumbar adjustment, fold-flat front passenger seat with in-cushion storage, dual-zone automatic climate control, and additional features.

Journey Crossroad ($26,595) and Crossroad AWD ($29,995) include leather seat upholstery with sport mesh inserts, unique front/rear fascias with chrome accents, chrome side sills and roof rails, Uconnect 8.4 with SiriusXM satellite radio and CD/DVD player, 19-inch Hyper Black aluminum wheels, and additional items that are included in the SXT Plus package.

Journey Limited ($30,895) and Limited AWD ($32,795) upgrade further with the V6 engine as standard; fully automatic halogen headlamps; dual-zone automatic climate control; premium leather seat upholstery with headed steering wheel and seats; Uconnect 8.4 with 8.4-in.touchscreen, AM/FM radio, SiriusXM radio, CD/DVD player, MP3/WMA/AAC, audio input jack, remote USB port and SD card slot; six-way power driver's seat with four-way lumbar support; fold-flat front passenger seat with in-seat storage; leather-wrapped steering wheel with audio controls; illuminated vanity mirrors; one-touch control for power windows; 115-volt power outlet; and 225/55R19 all-season touring tires on 19-inch Tech Silver aluminum wheels.Door handles, exhaust tips, and roof rails are all chromed.

Journey R/T ($30,895) and R/T AWD ($32,795) are the sporty models.They add firm-feel power steering; high-performance suspension; heated front seats; dimpled black leather upholstery with red stitching; dimple-leather wrap for the steering wheel with matching red stitching; INFINITI 368-watt premium sound; and 19-inch alloy wheels finished in Satin Carbon.Door handles revert to body color, matching the body color trim in the grille; and roof rails revert to optional status ($125).

Options include the Blacktop Package ($395) for SXT, including 19-inch gloss black aluminum wheels, black grille and headlamp bezels, black outside mirrors, and touring suspension.The Sun and Sound Group ($795 or $995) for SXT includes six premium speakers with subwoofer and 368-watt amplifier, as well as a sunroof.A Navigation/Backup Camera Group ($995 or $1,395) for SXT and up includes Garmin navigation, SiriusXM satellite radio with Travel Link, tri-zone automatic climate control, universal garage door opener, rear park assist, and rearview camera.Rear DVD entertainment ($795 to $1,195) comes with a 9-inch screen, remote control, and two wireless headphones.Standalone options include six premium Infinity speakers with subwoofer and 368-watt amplifier ($395); an engine block heater ($95), sunroof ($975), integrated second-row child safety seats ($225), and a Trailer Tow Group ($145) with an engine oil cooler and a four-pin connector.Many more options are available, and the model you order (and the combination of options) can affect option prices.

Safety features on all Journey models include multistage front airbags; torso-protecting, seat-mounted front side airbags; head-protecting curtain side airbags that cover all seating rows; driver's knee airbag; front-seat active head restraints; a tire-pressure monitor; traction control; electronic stability control with rollover mitigation; ABS with Electronic Brake-force Distribution and Brake Assist; and Dodge's trailer sway control.Available all-wheel drive improves stability in slippery conditions.

Walkaround

On the outside, the Journey announces its presence with the familiar Dodge crosshair grille.The look might be described as bold.Actually, the upright shape of the grille and its relation to the aluminum hood and windshield is very reminiscent of the current Dodge Grand Caravan, and no SUV ever earned many sales by looking like a minivan.

That said, the Journey's front end is somewhat simpler than the Grand Caravan's, with more straight lines and straightforward shapes.Journey AVP and SE breathe through a full-width lower air intake, superficially resembling the Grand Caravan's but again more decisively shaped and divided into three segments.Upmarket Journeys sport a more aggressive front fascia with a single, centered lower opening arched at the top and defined by a faux skidplate below.Flanking it are round fog lights set into imitation brake ducts.

Around the sides, the Journey features pronounced wheel arches and a creased character line that starts at the top of each headlight, angles upward, and wraps completely around the vehicle.The roofline flows nicely from the windshield, curving down slightly front to rear.The B- and C-pillars are blacked out to convey, as Dodge puts it, the look of a car-like greenhouse and an SUV-like lower half.

At the back, the Journey's taillights wrap around the sides of the vehicle and continue into the tailgate, which opens upward.The taillights themselves are LEDs on all but the base model.The rear bumper has an integrated step pad that matches the height of the load floor.Models with the V6 engine can be distinguished by their dual chrome exhaust tips.

The Dodge Journey is bigger than it looks.In overall dimension, it's actually longer than such seven-passenger crossover competitors as the Toyota Highlander (although the Journey is just an inch longer than a Honda Pilot).The Journey's size translates to plenty of interior cargo room, but the design isn't as space-efficient as some of its competitors.

Interior

The Dodge Journey features an inviting cabin, offering plenty of room for passengers and cargo, available seating for seven, and several smart and convenient storage solutions.

Rich, soft-touch surfaces form an attractive layout.The dash top, door panels, armrests and center console are all soft to the touch.Generous sound-deadening material makes the Journey quiet underway.The look, feel, and calm demeanor place the Journey at or near the top of the class for interior quality.

The center stack features three low-set knobs surrounded by several buttons.Climate controls are arrayed around the center knob, and they're easy enough to use.

Infotainment choices (Chrysler calls them Multimedia Systems) begin on the base model with Uconnect 4.3, which has a 4.3-inch touchscreen, standard audio input jack and USB port; add SiriusXM satellite radio and this setup becomes Uconnect 4.3S.The next step up (Uconnect 8.4) comes with an 8.4-inch touchscreen and a 30-gigabyte hard drive that can hold up to 6700 song files.There is also a premium version of this unit (8.4N) that adds Bluetooth streaming audio, voice command, a Garmin navigation system with SiriusXM Travel Link, Lane Guidance and pre-programmed hands-free texting responses.We've had limited exposure to this system, but it works fairly well.Given Garmin's reach, more people should be familiar with the navigation system, but we think it looks cartoonish.We also like the idea of hands-free texting.

The Journey offers plenty of entertainment features for all occupants.An AM/FM radio with in-dash CD player and six speakers is standard.An available rear DVD entertainment system has a nine-inch screen and wireless headphones.Dodge's Uconnect phone hands-free cell phone link and a premium Infinity sound system also are offered.

Cabin space in the Journey is good but not great.The driver's seat offers plenty of head and leg room for just about any occupant.The view is generally unobstructed front and rear.The Journey's unique storage and convenience features, however, are what really make it shine.All Journeys have a dual-level glove box with Dodge's Chill Zone up top.Chill Zone uses the air conditioning system to keep up to four soda cans cool.

The center console/armrest has a lid that slides forward three inches.It has enough storage space for up to 10 DVD cases.Two cupholders are located in front of the console, along with a tray for cell phones and the like.An additional, more discreet storage space is standard in upper models and optional for SE and SXT.The front passenger seat bottom flips up to reveal a storage bin that has about enough room for a good-sized purse.The seatback also folds flat, allowing items up to nine feet long to be loaded into the Journey.And to help drivers keep an eye on the kids, there is a popular minivan feature: a fisheye conversation mirror.

The second row is equally as ingenious.The three-passenger bench seat is 1.6 inches higher than the front seat to give passengers a better view of the road.It slides forward and back up to 4.7 inches in seven-passenger models, and can be ordered with integrated child booster seats for the outboard positions.The Journey also has two in-floor storage bins with removable liners.Each bin can hold up to six soda cans plus ice.The seatbacks are split 60/40 and fold flat.When the optional Flexible Seating Group is ordered, the second-row seats fold in a scissors action, with the seat bottoms tilting up, the seatbacks tilting forward, and the seats sliding forward to provide easy access to the third row.The rear doors open 90 degrees, making entry and exit easy.

Base seating is for five, but the Flexible Seating Group expands seating capacity to seven.The third row is 0.6 inches higher than the second row, is split 50/50, and folds flat.Dodge says it offers enough head room for a 95th-percentile male.That's all well and good, but leg space is tight and the bottom cushion is low to the floor, so adults sit with their knees up.It's possible to fit seven adults in the Journey, but the third-row passengers and second-row middle occupant will be none too happy about it.Younger children will have plenty of room, though.

Both the five- and seven-passenger Journeys have a shallow under-floor storage bin that extends from the rear of the vehicle forward to just behind the last row of seats.That means the five-passenger edition has considerably more space under the floor than the seven-passenger version.The cover for this bin is reversible, too, with carpet on one side and plastic on the other.The plastic will allow for worry-free stowage of items such as muddy boots.

Cargo space expands to 67.6 cubic feet with all seats down, which is average for the class but bested by the Toyota Highlander and even the smaller Honda CR-V.Loading cargo shouldn't be tough, as the liftover height is relatively low.It would be nice, however, if the tailgate had a separate opening glass.As an added bonus, a removable, rechargeable flashlight for the rear cargo area is included in an option group.

Driving Impression

The Dodge Journey is nondescript when it comes to road manners.Ride quality is generally good, with little pounding over bumps.The head sway normally associated with a high seating position is also minimal.Even with the available 19-inch wheels, the Journey does a good job of ironing out most jolts.But there are plenty of midsize crossovers and SUVs with similar ride characteristics.

While the high seating position affords a good view of the road, it seems to hurt the feel behind the wheel.This is not an off-road oriented SUV, and as such it seems that Dodge could have made it sit a bit lower, which would have made it feel more carlike.The way it's engineered, however, means the Journey leans more in turns than other crossovers.The steering is light but predictable, and the brakes are easy to modulate.

Engines are comparable to the handling: capable but not as good as the best in the class.The base four-cylinder, Chrysler's 173-horsepower 2.4-liter World Engine, is loud in the Journey and delivers too little power in this 3800-pound package.The four-cylinder will certainly get you and your kids around town, but passing will require some planning and it's not rated for towing.With a 0-60 mph acceleration time somewhere between 11 and 12 seconds, a four-cylinder Journey is one of the slower vehicles in its class.

The 283-horsepower V6 is plenty modern, equipped with double overhead camshafts (that's four cams) and four valves per cylinder.However, it seems hampered by transmission and throttle tuning.

Power is decent from a start, but the transmission shifts up as quickly as it can, meaning power is no longer readily on tap.It requires a deep stab at the throttle to coax a downshift, and you practically have to floor it to get a two-gear downshift needed for highway passing.The problem is exacerbated by numb throttle response.We also found that with front-wheel drive, those foot-to-the-floor blasts can cause some torque steer (felt as a slight tug on the steering wheel) that temporarily disrupts fine steering control.

On the positive side, the 3.6-liter engine should provide 0-60 mph runs in the high seven-second range.Towing capacity is 2500 pounds, but a Dodge Grand Caravan minivan with the same engine can tow 3600 pounds.

Fuel economy numbers are decent.With the four-cylinder engine, the Journey is EPA-rated at 19/26 mpg City/Highway.The V6 is rated at 17/25 mpg with front-wheel drive, and with AWD it's rated 16/24 mpg.

Lacking low-range gearing, the all-wheel-drive system is mainly meant for slippery surfaces, not off-roading.In most conditions, it sends the power to the front wheels; but when more traction is needed, such as in wintry conditions, rain or on any slippery surface, it can send some of the power to the rear wheels.It can also aid handling, at least a bit.When traveling over 25 mph into a turn, the system sends power to the rear wheels to help the vehicle turn.It's not as sophisticated as systems from Acura and BMW that send the power to the outside rear wheel in turns, but it's a help.

Summary

The Dodge Journey has one of the nicest interiors in the class, as well as an intelligent design with family-friendly entertainment and versatility features.Its handling is controlled and reasonably carlike.The four-cylinder engine lacks refinement, but the V6 doesn't, though it could use better transmission programming.Still, for the young family on the go, the Journey offers a pleasant ride, plenty of room, and enough space and entertainment options to keep the kids comfortable and occupied.

Kirk Bell filed this NewCarTestDrive.com report after his test drive of the Dodge Journey in and around Las Vegas and Sonoma, California.Additional material by John F.Katz.

Model Lineup

Dodge Journey AVP ($20,295); Journey SE ($23,395), SE AWD ($27,295); Journey SXT ($25,695), SXT AWD ($29,195); SXT Plus ($26,395), SXT Plus AWD ($29,895); Journey Crossroad ($26,595), Crossroad AWD ($29,995); Journey Limited ($30,895), Limited AWD ($32,795); Journey R/T ($30,895), R/T AWD ($32,795).

Assembled In

Toluca, Mexico.

Options As Tested

Flexible Seating Group ($1,050) with third-row 50/50 folding/reclining seat, second-row 60/40 Tilt 'n Slide rear seat, and three-zone automatic temperature control (including the rear), cargo cover; Popular Equipment Group ($1,095) with upgraded cloth upholstery, 6-way power driver seat with lumbar adjustment, fold-flat passenger seat with under-cushion storage bin, leather-wrapped steering wheel, universal garage door opener, illuminated visor mirrors, remote engine starting, LED map lights, overhead console, alarm, daytime running lights; Trailer Tow Group ($145) includes engine oil cooler, four-pin connector and wiring harness.

Model Tested

Dodge Journey SXT AWD ($26,395).
ABS Brakes
ABS4-wheel
Air Conditioning
Air filtrationInterior air filtration
Air filtrationInterior air filtration
Front air conditioningAutomatic
Front air conditioningAutomatic
Front air conditioning zonesDual
Front air conditioning zonesDual
Rear air conditioningWith separate controls
Airbags
Driver AirbagYes
Driver AirbagYes
Head airbagsCurtain 1st and 2nd row
Head airbagsCurtain 1st, 2nd and 3rd row
Knee airbagsDriver
Knee airbagsDriver
Passenger AirbagYes
Passenger AirbagYes
Audio System
Antenna TypeIntegrated roof
Audio/Video Remote ControlYes
Digital Audio InputYes
Digital Audio InputYes
DVD-AudioYes
DVD-AudioYes
headsets2
In-Dash CDSingle
In-Dash CDSingle
Memory Card SlotYes
Memory Card SlotYes
MP3 playerYes
MP3 playerYes
Premium Brand SpeakersAlpine
RadioSiriusXM AM/FM/Satellite
RadioSiriusXM AM/FM/Satellite
Radio Data SystemYes
Radio Data SystemYes
Satellite RadioSiriusXM
Satellite RadioSiriusXM
Speed Sensitive Volume ControlYes
Speed Sensitive Volume ControlYes
Total Number of Speakers7
Brakes
Braking assistBraking assist
Front brakesVentilated disc
Child Safety
Child safety locksManual
Child seat2
Colors
Fabric TypeLeather
Fabric Type 2Plastic
Fabric Type 3Leather
Fabric Type 4Carpet
Roof typeFixed roof
Comfort Features
Cargo area lightCargo area light
Cargo area lightCargo area light
Dash trimMetal-look
Door trimMetal-look
Floor matsCarpet front and rear
Floor matsVinyl/rubber front and rear
Heated steering wheelHeated steering wheel
Reading lightsFront and rear
Shift knob trimLeather/chrome
Steering wheel trimLeather/metal-look
Convenience Features
12V DC power outlet4
12V DC power outlet4
AC power outlet1
AC power outlet1
Audio controls on steering wheelAudio controls
Audio controls on steering wheelAudio controls
Cargo Grocery Bag HolderYes
Cargo Grocery Bag HolderYes
Cargo netCargo net
Cargo netCargo net
Center ConsoleFull with covered storage
Cruise controlCruise control
Cruise controls on steering wheelCruise controls
CupholdersFront and rear
Door pocketsDriver, passenger and rear
Multi-function remoteRemote engine start
Overhead consoleMini with storage
Power steeringSpeed-proportional power steering
Rear area cargo coverRoll-up
Retained accessory powerRetained accessory power
Retained accessory powerRetained accessory power
Seatback storage1
Steering wheelTilt and telescopic
Under Seat StorageUnder seat storage
Universal remote transmitterUniversal remote transmitter
Universal remote transmitterUniversal remote transmitter
Dimensions
3rd Row Head Room958 mm
3rd Row Hip Room1,016 mm
3rd Row Leg Room594 mm
3rd Row Shoulder Room1,105 mm
Aerodynamic Drag (CD).37 cD
Front Head Room995 mm
Front Head Room1,036 mm
Front Head Room1,036 mm
Front Hip Room1,367 mm
Front Hip Room1,367 mm
Front Leg Room1,036 mm
Front Leg Room1,036 mm
Front Shoulder Room1,461 mm
Front Shoulder Room1,461 mm
Front track1,570 mm
Overall height1,692 mm
Overall Length4,887 mm
Overall Width1,834 mm
Rear Head Room1,013 mm
Rear Head Room995 mm
Rear Head Room1,013 mm
Rear Hip Room1,382 mm
Rear Hip Room1,382 mm
Rear Leg Room917 mm
Rear Leg Room917 mm
Rear Shoulder Room1,445 mm
Rear Shoulder Room1,445 mm
Rear track1,582 mm
Wheelbase2,891 mm
Doors
left rear passenger door typeConventional
Rear door typeLiftgate
right rear passenger door typeConventional
Driver Seat
Adjustable lumbar supportPower 4-way
Head Restraint Whiplash ProtectionYes
HeatedMulti-level heating
Height AdjustablePower
Manual Adjustments8
Power Adjustments6
Drivetrain
4WD TypeFull-time
Axle ratio3.16
Driven WheelsAll-wheel drive
Locking HubsPermanent
Engine
Block HeaterRegular duty
Block HeaterRegular duty
Compression Ratio10.20 : 1
Cylinders6
Displacement220 cm^3
Engine ConfigurationV
Fuel TypeRegular unleaded
Horse Power283 hp
Keyless IgnitionDoors and push button start
Max RPM6,350 RPM
Max Torque RPM4,400 RPM
Remote engine startRemote engine start
Size3.6 L
Torque353 Nm
Total Valves24
TypeRegular unleaded
Valve GearDOHC
Variable Valve TimingVariable valve timing
Vehicle EmissionsULEV II
Exterior Features
GrilleBody-coloured
Tailpipe finisherChrome
Fuel Consumption
City14.5 L/100 km
Combined12.4L/100 km
Highway9.9 L/100 km
Header
Doors4
Driven WheelsAll-wheel drive
Engine Size3.6 L
Fuel TypeRegular unleaded
Number of CylindersV-6
Trans Speeds - VA6
Trans Type - VAMulti-speed automatic
TransmissionMulti-speed automatic
Headrests
Adjustable Front HeadrestsManual w/tilt
Adjustable rear headrestsManual adjustable
Number of rear headrests3
Third row headrests2
Instrumentation
ClockIn-radio display
ClockIn-radio display
CompassCompass
CompassCompass
External tempExternal temperature display
External tempExternal temperature display
Low fuel levelLow fuel level
Rear View CameraYes
TachometerTachometer
Transmission Temperature GuageTransmission temperature
Trip computerTrip computer
Lights
Daytime running lightsDaytime running lights
Exterior entry lightsRemote activated
Front Fog lightsFront fog/driving lights
Headlights auto delayAuto delay off
Headlights dusk sensorDusk sensing
Locks
2-Stage unlocking2-stage unlocking
Power door locksRemote power door locks
Mirrors
Driver mirror adjustmentPower remote
Heated driver mirrorHeated
Heated passenger mirrorHeated
Inside rearview mirrorElectrochromatic
Passenger mirror adjustmentPower remote
Vanity mirrorsDual illuminated vanity mirrors
Passenger Seat
Head Restraint Whiplash ProtectionWhiplash protection system
HeatedMulti-level heating
Manual Adjustments4
Rear Seats
Center armrestYes
FoldingFold forward seatback
FoldingFold forward seatback
Rear heatWith separate controls
RecliningManual
RecliningManual
TypeSplit-bench
TypeSplit-bench
Roof
One-Touch Power SunroofOne-touch power sunroof
Roof rackYes
SunroofExpress open/close glass
Safety and Performance for CarsProd
Antilock Brakes4-wheel
Child safety seatChild safety seat
Four-wheel antilock brakesFour-wheel antilock brakes
Head airbagHead airbag
Head airbagHead airbag
Side airbagSide airbag
Side airbagSide airbag
Stability controlStability control
Traction controlTraction control
Seatbelts
Rear center seatbelt3-point belt
Seatbelt pretensionersFront
Seats
Climate controlledDriver and passenger heated-cushion, driver and passenger heated-seatback
FoldingFold flat passenger
Front seat typeBucket
seating capacity5
seating capacity7
Total Seating Capacity7
Total Seating Capacity5
UpholsteryLeather
Security
Anti-theft alarm systemYes
engine immobilizerEngine immobilizer
Spare Tire
Mount LocationUnderbody w/crankdown
SizeCompact
Spare Wheel
Rim typeSteel
Stability and Traction
Stability controlStability control with anti-roll
Traction controlABS and driveline
Suspension
ClassSport
Front Spring TypeCoil
Front Stabilizer BarRegular
Front Suspension ClassificationIndependent
Front suspension typeStrut
IndependentFour-wheel
Rear Spring TypeCoil
Rear Stabilizer BarRegular
Rear Suspension ClassificationIndependent
Rear Suspension TypeMulti-link
stabilizer barFront and rear
Telematics
Navigation systemWith voice activation
wireless phone connectivityYes
wireless phone connectivityUconnect Phone
Third Row Seat
FoldingManual
Type50-50
Tires
Diameter19.0"
PrefixP
Profile55
Speed RatingH
Tire Pressure Monitoring SystemTire specific
TypeTouring AS
Width225 mm
Towing and Hauling
Cargo tie downsCargo tie downs
Cargo tie downsCargo tie downs
Trailer Sway ControlTrailer sway control
Trailer Sway ControlTrailer sway control
Transmission
Automatic typeMulti-speed automatic
Manual / automaticAutomatic
Number of speeds6
Truck Features
Auxiliary engine coolerRegular duty
Auxiliary engine coolerRegular duty
Auxiliary transmission coolerRegular duty
BumpersBody-coloured
Door reinforcementSide-impact door beam
Door reinforcementSide-impact door beam
Engine hour meterEngine hour meter
Video System
Primary Video Monitor Size8.4"
Primary Video Monitor Size8.4"
Video Monitor LocationFront and rear
Video Monitor LocationFront
Video Monitor LocationFront
Video playerWith DVD
Warranty
basic distance60,000 km
basic months36 months
drivetrain distance100,000 km
drivetrain months60 months
roadside distance100,000 km
roadside months60 months
rust distance160,000 km
rust months60 months
Weights and Capacities
Cargo capacity, all seats in place1,121 L
Cargo capacity, all seats in place303 L
Cargo capacity, rear seat down or removed1,048 L
Cargo capacity, rear seat down or removed1,914 L
Curb weight1,926 kg
Curb weight1,966 kg
EPA interior volume3,557 L
EPA interior volume2,818 L
Fuel Capacity80 L
Gross vehicle weight2,540 kg
Gross vehicle weight2,540 kg
Ground clearance183 mm
Max cargo capacity1,914 L
Max cargo capacity1,914 L
Payload528 kg
Payload699 kg
Towing Capacity1,134 kg
Towing Capacity1,134 kg
Turning radius6 m
Wheels
Diameter19
Rim TypePainted aluminum
Width7
Windows
Front wipers - intermittentVariable intermittent
Front wipers - speed sensitiveSpeed sensitive
One-touch windows2
Power windowsPower windows
Privacy glassDeep
Rear defoggerRear defogger
Rear wiperFixed interval
Body ExteriorStd.Opt.
Heated door mirrors
Power door mirrors
Roof rack
Trailer sway control
Convenience FeaturesStd.Opt.
1-touch down
1-touch up
Air conditioning
Auto-dimming rearview mirror
Automatic temperature control
Driver door bin
Driver vanity mirror
Front beverage holders
Front dual zone A/C
Garage door transmitter
Heated steering wheel
Illuminated entry
Navigation system
Overhead console
Passenger door bin
Passenger vanity mirror
Power moonroof
Power windows
Rear air conditioning
Rear beverage holders
Rear door bins
Remote keyless entry
Speed control
Telescoping steering wheel
Tilt steering wheel
Entertainment FeaturesStd.Opt.
A/V remote
CD player
DVD-Audio
Entertainment system
Headphones
MP3 decoder
Radio data system
Steering wheel mounted audio controls
Wireless phone connectivity
Lighting, Visibility and InstrumentationStd.Opt.
Compass
Delay-off headlights
Front fog lights
Front reading lights
Fully automatic headlights
Low tire pressure warning
Outside temperature display
Rear reading lights
Rear window defroster
Rear window wiper
Speed sensitive wipers
Tachometer
Trip computer
Variably intermittent wipers
PowertrainStd.Opt.
Block heater
Sequential multi-point fuel injection
Variable valve control
Safety and SecurityStd.Opt.
4 wheel disc brakes
ABS brakes
Anti-whiplash front head restraints
Brake assist
Dual front impact airbags
Dual front side impact airbags
Electronic stability
Ignition disable
Integrated rear child seats
Knee airbag
Occupant sensing airbag
Overhead airbag
Panic alarm
Perimeter/approach lights
Security system
Traction control
Seats and TrimStd.Opt.
Front centre armrest
Heated front seats
Leather upholstery
Power 4-way driver lumbar support
Power driver seat
Rear seat centre armrest
Reclining 3rd row seat
Split folding rear seat
Suspension/HandlingStd.Opt.
Alloy wheels
Four wheel independent suspension
Front anti-roll bar
Power steering
Rear anti-roll bar
Speed-sensing steering
Sport suspension

2015 Dodge Journey R/T Rallye 4dr All-wheel Drive, Listowel, Ontario

Bustard Chrysler Listowel, 754 Main Street East, Listowel, Ontario N4W-2C7

 

Dealer Fees are as follows: Secure Guard, Nitro and Tire Insurance = $649, Tire Levy = $22, Wheel locks = $99.95, Gasoline = $70, OMVIC fee = $10

Contact Information

Bustard Chrysler

754 Main Street East Listowel
Ontario N4W 2C7

Tel. No.: (519) 291-1900

Dealership Hours

Monday - Thursday9:00 am - 7:00 pm
Friday9:00 am - 5:00 pm
Saturday9:00 am - 5:00 pm
SundayClosed
Monday - Friday8:00 am - 5:00 pm
SaturdayClosed
SundayClosed
Monday - Friday8:00 am - 5:00 pm
SaturdayClosed
SundayClosed
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