2010 Dodge Journey Sport Utility Crossover
Benefits of Driving a 2010 Dodge Journey Sport Utility Crossover
Interior packaging is the 2010 Dodge Journey's strength; its interior, with space for up to seven and numerous useful storage bins, could prove very useful for growing families. At the same time, its price doesn't break the bank, especially looking at the affordable base model. The SXT and R/T models offer a sophisticated interior arrangement and a fair number of luxury features and conveniences at a very competitive price. Configured for on-road driving, the Journey also promises peppy performance and good handling with the V6 and all-wheel drive.
What's new for 2010?
Following its introduction in 2009, the 2010 Dodge Journey sees no major changes, though the 2.4L 4-cylinder is only available on SE trim. Remote keyless entry is standard, as are active head restraints on first-row rear seats, and the video screen has grown from eight inches to nine. Dark slate monochrome is a new exterior color.
- Versatile interior configuration for people and cargo
- ride quality
- very affordable base model.
Two different powertrains are available on the Journey for 2010, and both offer a distinct choice of price and fuel efficiency versus power and refinement. Three different trim levels are available: SE, SXT and R/T. The base SE comes with a 173-horsepower, 2.4L 4-cylinder engine and 4-speed automatic transmission; the well-equipped SXT and sporty, top-of-the-line R/T models come with a 235-horsepower, 3.5L V6 engine and 6-speed automatic with AutoStick, which allows manual gear selection if desired. With the 4-cylinder engine, the Journey is rated at 19 mpg city, 25 mpg highway in the EPA fuel economy cycle.