The Dodge Journey is a mid-sized crossover SUV first introduced in the 2009 model year. Recent annual US sales of the Journey have ranged from 75,000 to 100,000 vehicles, making it a popular low-cost vehicle but far behind the best-sellers in its class.
Over its lifetime, the Journey has offered various configurations. It has had front-wheel-drive or four-wheel-drive; 4-cylinder or V6 engine; and 4-speed or 6-speed automatic transmission on its various trim levels – SE, SXT, R/T, GT and Crossroad. However, Dodge has cutback the 2020 model and will only release it in two trims, SE Value and Crossroad, both with front-wheel-drive and a sluggish 2.4-liter 4-cylinder engine with 4-speed automatic transmission.
Recent model year Journeys have generated numerous complaints with the National Highway Transportation Safety Administration relating to engine and transmission problems. The Journey has also had longstanding problems with the fuel systems, cooling systems, steering, transmission and other malfunctions including power loss, stall outs, and water leaks. Recalls for the Journey include a serious defect with the cruise control on 2014-2018 models which can prevent the driver from disengaging cruise control.
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Recent model year Journey are experiencing the following defects:
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