All of the above mentioned. The Journey was the most affordable mid-size crossover in Canada.
The Dodge Journey offered great versatility and fuel efficiency and was a car designed for larger families with a busy lifestyle.
The 5-door “van” came with different engine options such as a 2.4-liter powerplant that developed 173 hp and a 3.6-liter with 283 hp, the Pentastar Chrysler engine. The Chrysler engine came with a front-wheel-drive or an all-wheel-drive system.
The exterior design was still boxy as the previous model, however, it no longer looked dated.
The Dodge Journey had a nice interior, with comfortable seats and a high driving position that allowed the driver to see over the top.
The materials used in the cabin of high quality, with every surface being a soft-to-touch material of nice leather.
The car was equipped with heated seats and a nice leather-wrapped steering wheel with a good grip.
The controls inside the cabin were almost non-existent, with most of the features being controlled through the touchscreen display.
The Dodge Journey, differing on the trim level (and it offered no less than 9 trim levels) could be equipped with rear park assist, a performant suspension, a 6-speaker performant audio system, chrome door handles and remote start.
At the back, the Journey had dual exhaust chrome tips. A bit unexpected from a 2015 vehicle, the Journey had no power lift tailgate.