2015 DODGE JOURNEY: Dodge bills its 2015 Journey model as America’s most affordable and versatile crossover with optional seating for seven. Others label the Dodge Journey the “Swiss army knife” of crossovers, offering the choice of four-or six-cylinder engines, five-or seven-passenger seating and front or all-wheel drive. Building on sales records momentum, the 2015 Journey is offered in six distinctive trim levels including AVP, SE, SXT, Crossroad, Limited and R/T. The Crossover for example features distinctive front and rear fascias with Platinum Chrome accents, Platinum Chrome side sills, Platinum Chrome roof rails and unique 19-inch Hyper Black aluminum wheels. The interior is adds standard leather seating with sport mesh inserts, Liquid Graphite appliques, an 8.4-inch Uconnect touchscreen and a power driver’s seat and passenger fold flat seat with in-seat storage. New exterior colors available this year include Billet Silver metallic and Blue Streak Pearl. Also new, an available SiriusXM Traffic and Travel Link now come with five years of free service. A 2.4-liter four-cylinder with 173 horsepower comes linked to a four-speed automatic transmission and is standard on the AVP, SE and SXT. Optional on the SXT and standard on Limited and R/T models is the 3.6L V-6 that develops 283hp. It comes mated to a smooth shifting six-speed automatic gearbox. Visually, the Journey's bold "ring of fire" LED taillights and choice of unique wheels provide a dramatic styling statement. The AVP, SE and SXT models come standard with new 17-inch wheels, while 19-inch alloy wheels adorn the Limited and R/T. This family mover offers five- or seven-passenger premium cabins, with soft-touch materials throughout. When the second and optional third-row seats are folded flat, there is a respectable 67.6 cu. ft. of cargo space. Also offered is front-passenger "Flip-N-Stow" in-seat storage, Uconnect Touch radio with 8.4-inch touchscreen, and standard, keyless "Enter-N-Go" with push button start.
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