Sunday, February 2, 2014

Dodge 2014

Dodge is pushing a performance edge with the Crossroad crossover. The lower front and rear fasciae are new, and though the rear doesn’t get the 192-LED running taillight like other Dodge models, the overall body design runs sportier than the other, between power plant options and a variety of seating configurations, Dodge is striving to make the Journey the most versatile crossover. The Crossroad represents yet another option.

Dodge Journey R/T that starts at $28,995 and comes with the 3.6-liter Pentastar V6; that engine is an upgrade on the Crossroad, which starts at $24,995 and comes with a 2.4-liter 4-cylinder that gets an estimated 26 mpg highway. All-wheel drive is also available only, Dodge is adding another entrant to the inexhaustible crossover segment with a new trim line for the three-row, seven-passenger Dodge Journey.

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