As its FCA parent ignores Dodge, money is tight. The 2020 Dodge Journey is what you get when there’s no budget to bring even a vehicle in the highly popular small-crossover segment current with its rivals. This is the third year in a row the biggest Journey news is a further reduction in trim-level choices. A winnowing down that also included the loss of the available V6, 6-speed transmission and all-wheel drive.
On top of that, there’s still no Apple CarPlay, Android Auto or much in the way of safety or driver-assist technologies. More than a decade has passed since Dodge introduced the Journey, and it has barely tinkered with it since. Yet, there are still reasons to consider it: maneuverability, 3-row Stow ‘n Go seating and an affordable price.
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