Comfortable interior and athletic power train.
December 15, 2018
I currently have 65000 miles on my 2014 Dodge Journey. When I initially test drove the vehicle it had a squeaky front shock that still to this day will squeak at low doped bumps. Dealer initially said if it would be a safety issue they would fix it, but it has been fine this whole time. And yes I have had 4 different dealerships inspect it over the years. The only mechanical problem I had was when the oil pressure sensor went out. It was fixed under warranty at 33000 miles. I have the 3.6l v6 and and. I get 23 highway with cruise set at 80 mph. City driving is at 17. Overall average 21mpg per tank with combo city highway driving. And system works well, but if it experiences excessive slip it disengaged and only the passenger front wheel will give traction. Light will come on stated to service and system. But all you need to do is stop, urn off car and wait 30 seconds for compute to reset and it becomes active once again. Interior is comfortable, second row leg room is a little tight if your 6 foot or taller. 3rd row is for 12 and under, definitely not for anyone over 5 foot tall. Hoping to get 200000 miles out of it. Will write another review at 100000 miles.