Take a Journey in a Dodge
The 2015 Dodge Journey is a seven-passenger SUV available at your nearby Dodge dealership. If you’re in need of a reliable vehicle that can haul your family, friends, and cargo around safely and in style, consider traveling in the 2015 Dodge Journey.
Here we have all the specs and features for your to consider. The 2015 Dodge Journey is customizable with a number of packages and options, all of which the team at your Dodge dealership can demonstrate for you on a test drive.
But before you visit your Dodge dealership, check out the details of the 2015 Dodge Journey here…
The Journey Begins…
With the 2015 Dodge Journey, Dodge took a segment that, for some consumers, was either too big or too small and introduced this SUV with dimensions that fall somewhere in between.
Thanks to the optional third row of seats, ideal for children, along with the available booster seats already built-in, the 2015 Dodge Journey makes dropping the kids off at school or carpooling back and forth to sports practices, a quick and easy process.
Although the 2015 Dodge Journey is celebrated for its potential as an outstanding family vehicle, the style and refined interior of this SUV makes a professional statement as well. It’s easy to imagine a team of colleagues carpooling to their next meeting, business lunch, or joint venture in the 2015 Dodge Journey.
For the 2015 model year, you have seven trim levels to choose from, each one configured to accommodate either five or seven passengers. In addition to selecting from the seven trim levels, you’ll also need to consider which engine option will best meet your driving needs.
Standard power comes from the 2.4-liter four-cylinder engine, generating 173 horsepower and 166 lb.-ft. of torque, paired to a four-speed automatic transmission in front-wheel drive.
Higher trim levels have the option of a power boost from the 3.6-liter V6 engine, which can get 283 horsepower and 260 lb.-ft. of torque, operated by a six-speed automatic. With this powertrain, front-wheel drive is standard; however, an all-wheel drive system is available.
Once you have a sense of your preferred powertrain, it’s time to choose the trim level, which will make both work and play easier and way more fun.
All trim levels come available in an stunning spectrum of exterior colors including: Fathom Blue Pearlcoat, Granite Crystal Metallic Clearcoat, Pearl White Tri-Coat, Pitch Black Clearcoat, Redline 2 Coat Pearl, White, and new for the 2015 model year, Billet Silver Metallic Clearcoat and Blue Streak Pearlcoat.
Trims for Any Trip
The 2015 Dodge Journey’s trim levels range from the economical American Value Package (AVP), to the SE, SXT, SXT Plus, Crossroad, Limited, and finally, the R/T – all a part of the inventory at your Dodge dealership.
Starting with the American Value Package (AVP), expect to see standard features like keyless entry and ignition, heated mirrors, dual-zone manual climate control, tilt-and-telescoping steering wheel, height-adjustable driver seat, cruise control, second row seats that slide and recline, six-speaker sound system with CD player, iPod/USB port, auxiliary audio jack, and a 4.3-inch touchscreen display. The AVP is outfitted with 17-inch steel wheels, and starts at the MSRP of $20,295.
Stepping up to the SE trim, you’ll get the bells and whistles from the AVP, enhanced by additional features like LED taillights, tinted glass, and roof rails, while the SXT features body-colored outside mirrors, foglamps, a cover and a net for the cargo space, and satellite radio. The SE stands on 17-inch alloy wheels and starts at $23,495, with the SXT priced at $25,195.
Pay an extra $1,400 and you’re in the SXT Plus, which adds to the SXT a six-way power driver’s seat with four-way power lumbar supports, dual-zone automatic climate control with humidity sensor, leather-wrapped steering wheel, front passenger seat with integrated storage space, SiriusXM Satellite Radio with one year of complimentary service, Uconnect system with Voice Command, Bluetooth connectivity, and automatic-dimming rearview mirror equipped with a microphone.
Arriving at the Crossroad of the Dodge Journey takes the equipment of the AVP, SE, SXT, and SXT Plus, and further enhances it all with dual-zone automatic climate control, Bluetooth capabilities for audio and phone, a six-way power driver seat, auto-dimming rearview mirror, exterior chrome details, a fold-flat front passenger seat and hidden storage bin, along with leather upholstery and a larger, 8.4-inch touchscreen infotainment screen. Poised for performance on 19-inch wheels, the Crossroad is priced at the MSRP of $26,595.
Nearly to the top of the trim levels, the 2015 Dodge Journey Limited boasts automatic headlights, a heated steering wheel, complemented by heated front seats, remote start, and a 115-volt power outlet. The Limited starts at $31,395.
But at the very top – the pinnacle – of the Journey, the R/T is loaded with equipment enhancements like a black perforated leather interior, accented by red stitching, a sport-tuned suspension, monochrome exterior, and high-end sound system, all atop specially-designed 19-inch wheels. Surprisingly for the top trim, you’ll pay the same as the Limited at $31,395.
The American Value Package, SE, SXT, SXT Plus, and Crossroad are all powered by the four-cylinder engine, while the Limited and R/T feature the V6 as their standard drivetrain.
Depending on trim level and powertrains, the Dodge Journey has varied fuel efficiency ratings. In the AVP, SE, SXT, SXT Plus, and Crossroad, expect EPA estimates of 19 city/26 highway and 21 mpg combined.
The V6 engine, with either front-wheel or all-wheel drive, is measured at an estimated 19 mpg combined.
Safe Travels on this Journey
No matter which trim level you choose, all Dodge Journeys for the 2015 model year are equipped with an impressive array of active and passive safety features, including traction and stability control, front side airbags, driver knee airbag, side curtain airbags, active front head restraints, and antilock disc brakes.
No wonder the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety bestowed upon the 2015 Dodge Journey it’s highest distinction of “Good” in a variety of tests, including side-impact, roof-strength, moderate-overlap frontal off-set, and whiplash protection.
Automotive authority, Edmunds, tested the brakes on a 2015 Dodge Journey outfitted with the V6 engine and FWD. So equipped, the 2015 Dodge Journey came to a stop from 60 mph in 124 feet, which is the standard result for the SUV segment.
Extra safety options are found in the integrated child booster seats in the second row and available rear parking sensors. If you want to add a rearview camera to your 2015 Dodge Journey, you’ll have to target your search to the SXT, Crossroad, Limited, and R/T models.
The Inside Track on the 2015 Dodge Journey
Although the SUV segment is sometimes criticized for emphasizing function over form, the 2015 Dodge Journey is rich with high-quality materials and pleasing textures. Those who have had the pleasure of driving the 2015 Dodge Journey report that the UConnect 8.4-inch infotainment touchscreen is super accessible and easy to use.
The 2015 Dodge Journey has lots of storage spaces and ample cargo room. With the rear seats folded down, expect to have 67.6 cubic feet of available cargo area at your disposal.
Drivers and reviewers credit the 2015 Dodge Journey with a smooth ride and solid, steady presence on the road, even those surfaces that are uneven or otherwise challenging.
Swing into the your Dodge dealership today and test drive the 2015 Dodge Journey. With the school year back in full swing and sports practices underway, this is a strong SUV to consider for your next Dodge purchase.
Dare to get behind the wheel of the 2015 Dodge Journey and see how Dodge makes it fun and easy to “Grab Life.”