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    2010 Dodge Journey

    2010 Dodge Journey

    The 2010 Dodge Journey is the company’s first shot at the crossover market. It combines a wagon body with available all-wheel drive, car-based running gear, and clever minivan-like seating and cargo features. The Journey comes in front- or all-wheel drive, with a choice of four- or six-cylinder engines, options for manual and automatic transmissions, and an available third-row seat.

    The Journey brings an edgy Dodge flair to a segment that defaults to a sleeker, softer look. It has more in common with Jeeps, Land Rovers, and Mitsubishi’s Outlander than with vehicles like the Hyundai Santa Fe. It works in many ways; the upright crosshair grille is distinctive, the silhouette is trim, and it’s tall enough to be functional, though it seems a little narrow from some angles. Clearly it’s a wagon, but one tending to the SUV spectrum of styling.

  • Air Conditioning
  • AM/FM Stereo
  • Automatic Transmission
  • Auxiliary Audio Input
  • CD Audio
  • Cruise Control
  • Power Locks
  • Power Mirrors
  • Power Windows

$14,800 235 x 7 yrs

  • Price:

    $14,800
  • Mileage:

    212,908 kms
  • Transmission:

    Automatic
  • Exterior:

    Red
  • Interior:

    Grey
  • Stock:

    #7126
  • Full Specifications
    • Transmission:

      Automatic
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