When the Chrysler Pacifica ended production at the end of 2007, the Dodge Journey gallantly stepped up to replace it with much needed changes.
The Dodge Journey uses the chassis of the Dodge Grand Caravan, making it look like a blend between a minivan and an SUV. This gives buyers the interior space and car-like drivability they want while avoiding the true minivan look.
Globally, the Dodge Journey is quite popular, selling over 100,000 units per year worldwide.
It is available in a variety of models with the base “American Value Package” available for under $20,000 and the fully-equipped, seven-seater R/T coming in around $34,000.
The available 3.6-liter V-6 engine provides 283 horsepower, which makes the Journey fun to drive. And, it is economical, getting 25 mpg on the highway. All-wheel drive is also available, making the Journey even more versatile.
Cumberland Chrysler Center wants you to come experience the 2013 Dodge Journey. Give them a call or stop in to take a test drive today.