2015 Dodge Journey Values

Select a 2015 Dodge Journey trim level

2015 model year changes

The Dodge Journey continues on into 2015 without any notable changes, though 17-inch alloy wheels are now standard rather than optional on all-wheel-drive SE models.


Competitive comparison

Good handling for a small SUV, seating for up to seven, available all-wheel drive, powerful V6 engine


Special features for 2015

The Dodge Journey competes in the crowded small SUV and crossover market. Offering a wide range of model choices, the Journey can be optioned quite nicely despite its low base price. A more powerful-than-average available V6 makes it reasonably quick for this segment of vehicles.




With a five and seven-passenger version available, the Dodge Journey offers a reasonable amount of features and plenty of optional space for a crossover. It comes in several trims, which include: American Value Package (AVP), SE, SXT, Limited and R/T. In the base American Value Package, you’ll get: seating for five, 17” wheels (steel), power accessories, two-zone climate control, second-row that both slides and reclines, six-speaker surround sound system, 4.3” touchscreen command console with GPS and several other creature comforts. Upgraded trim levels offer things like the third-row seat, leather upholstery, heated and powered front seats, Bluetooth connectivity, upgraded 8” touchscreen console, LED taillights, rails on the roof, larger wheels (available in several different sizes), added storage bins (under the front passenger seating area), parking sensors, tri-zone climate control (automatic), sports-tuned suspension and premium sound system, just to name a few. The base model comes with a 2.4-liter four-cylinder engine that gets 173 horsepower and 166 pound-feet of torque; upgraded trims offer a 3.6-liter V6 engine that makes 283 hp and 260 lb-ft. The limited 36-month/36,000-mile warranty can be extended to add several more years of coverage.