2011 Dodge Journey Mainstreet 4dr SUV (3.6L 6cyl 6A)
Unless you want a minivan this is the best alternative.
The positive difference in build quality between the 2010 and 2011 models is stark.
It has a powerful and smooth engine and a decent transmission.
Ride is extremely smooth and quiet so obviously the suspension and build engineering was done right.
It drives and feels like a more expensive car than it is.
Keeping fingers crossed that we don't encounter any of the battery/starter issues but at least we're informed.
Thanks for the info.
7 passenger seating flexibility; myriad storage; remote start with auto air or heat (amazing for Phoenix in the summer); bluetooth/push to talk; comfortable seats/power driver seat with excellent lumbar; interior soft touch materials and quiet interior
Dodge Journey just sounds cheesy as all hell.
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