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2009 Dodge Journey Consumer Discussions

• 2010 Dodge Journey named Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) 2009 Top Safety Pick...

I have a 2009 Dodge Journey with 3,400 miles and it has started "clunking" when putting the car into reverse and then into drive. It doesn't do it all the time. However - when it does do i...

I own a 2009 Dodge Journey and I have had 3 sets of front and rear brakes replaced. I also had 2 front end alignments + a steering wheel centering. I presently have 17546 miles on it and dont understa...

The Dodge Journey will almost certainly get a real world-class powertrain - by 2012. Unfortunately the new automated-manual transmissions with dual clutches won't be available until 2009, after the Jo...

I will try to keep this as short but as detailed as possible. I after years of consideration, I am considering a Vibe...please take a moment to follow along on my journey......

Any info about the money factor and residual for the Dodge Journey? I'd be looking for 12k/yr miles and 36-months. I'm not sure what trim package of the 2009 Journey yet, I'd be looking at the FWD ver...

I see from these posts that some people have scored pretty big discounts off MSRP on Journeys. One post details an SXT w/ 3rd row, (MSRP $26,300) selling for $16K. Where can I get one at that price?...

I seem to be having a problem removing the rear brake caliper on my 2009 Journey(AWD). I removed the top and bottom caliper bolts (18mm) and It will not just lift off. Do the 2 smaller guide bolts n...
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The Edmunds TCO® estimated monthly insurance payment for a 2009 Dodge Journey in VA is:

$120.25 per month*
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