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About the Journey
The Dodge Journey is a crossover SUV, and can be seen in left-hand drive countries, and well as right-hand drive countries, as the Fiat Freemont. Manufactured since 2009, the Journey hasn’t seen an incredible amount of development, except for 2011, in which it received a Facelift, designed by Ryan Nagode.
It sits on the same D-Platform as the Avenger mid-size sedan with the same drivetrain setup as the short-wheelbase version of this minivan.
The Journey is a great SUV for families or outdoor enthusiasts. It comes with an option of five or seven seats, making it versatile and spacious. This car is also renowned for its versatility in terms of seating. For instance, there is under-cushion storage in the passenger seat, the ability to fold the back seats completely flat, and the option of under-floor storage. You can also choose from static fabric, which is great at repelling bad smells, and leather.
A 2011 update gave the Journey some much-needed styling renovations. its suspension and steering saw updates, making the overall drivability better, and there were plenty of cosmetic updates too. These included LED taillights, a new instrument cluster, a keyless ignition start and a new grille.
The Journey is a safe car. It scored four stars overall, with five stars for the frontal driver and side driver. This makes the car great for families, or anyone concerned with general safety. It is manufactured in Mexico, in Toluca and then transported to the United States, Japan and Europe for distribution.
Unfortunately, the Dodge Journey comes with a few common faults. Firstly, there is a chance that the active-head-restraints will randomly deploy. This could be dangerous and could even cause a concussion for some individuals. Furthermore, the brakes are known for wearing out very quickly, which can cause expensive repairs. Finally, the Dodge Journey has a relatively poor electrical setup. As such, it will frequently malfunction, which can be expensive to repair.