The Dodge brand offers a lineup full of family-friendly vehicles from the brawny Durango three-row SUV to the grandfather of people-movers, the Grand Caravan minivan. In between is the 2015 Journey. The automaker calls it “the Swiss army knife of SUVs” since it offers a choice of front- or all-wheel drive, two powertrains and seating that accommodates five or seven passengers on two or three rows. Flexible? Yes. Family friendly? That answer is more complicated.
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There’s a lot to like about the Journey, but the aging Dodge doesn’t get it quite right.