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Dodge Journey (2008 - 2010)

reviewed by PioneerSSM on 13 December 2015

2.0 CRD RT AUTO 5dr People Carrier

reviewed by Luqa12 on 31 May 2011
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the best kept motoring secret on the road

traded "sideways" from a Range Rover Sport which our family had started to outgrow, the Journey hit the spot perfectly, bought the top of the range CRD/RT with the diesel engine, its basically a Passat motor, loads of grunt, cruises all day across Europe on our hols with a roof box loaded up and 4 adults and a child at 100mph returning 32mpg, Im not complaining, predictable handling, easy comfortable interior, Infinity sound system, hook up for a Playstation and a DVD movie entertainment system which even our Range Rover did not have, and those looks, well you either love them or hate them, I love them,and kudos to Dodge for trying to break into the ultra-orthodox car buying tastes of the U.K market, with a design that is truly individual.
One of the nice things about the Dodge Journey is the satisfaction of knowing you have Audi Q7 size car with the £120 a year road tax of a Golf or Passat !
Im sure the Dodge Journey, now it has been discontinued over here, will garner a cult following over time, with values becoming stable, its a truly distinctive and individual car that is great to drive everyday, comfortable, economical and sensible, with lots of innovative storage solutions, everytime I get in mine it puts a great big smile on my face. Buy one before they are all gone.

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Road TaxG–K
MPG32.1–44.8 mpg
Real MPG89.1%

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