2011 Dodge Journey Values
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2011 model year changes
For 2011, the Dodge Journey has been substantially changed. Revised exterior styling includes a new front fascia and larger fog lamp bezels, as well as new 19-inch wheels. Underneath, the suspension has been completely redesigned, with all-new geometry, a new steering setup and better tires--all of which combine to make for a much more solid and precise feel behind the wheel. Chrysler's Pentastar 3.6L V6 has been added to the line, replacing last year's 3.5L V6, making a full 283 horsepower. Inside, the Journey's interior has been revamped, with new materials and updated gauges based on the company's PowerNet electrical architecture, which allows for the addition of a new optional touchscreen central command center known as UConnect Touch.
Updated handling, seating for up to seven, available all-wheel drive, powerful new V6 engine
Special features for 2011
Dodge hoped to elevate the standing of the Journey in the market with 2011's freshened model and with available all-wheel drive, a powerful new V6 engine and sportier suspension feel all included in this year's update, they've made it even more competitive in a market dominated by the Honda Pilot, Ford Flex, Chevrolet Traverse, Mazda CX-9 and Toyota Highlander.
Like most of Dodge's 2011 lineup, the 2011 Dodge Journey receives more daring exterior styling coupled with an all-new and improved interior. Available on five trim levels starting with the Express and ranging through the Mainstreet, Crew, R/T to eventually top out at the LUX, utility for the 2011 Journey is evident throughout the lineup. An in-floor storage bin, cargo tie-down loops and 12-volt auxiliary power outlets are found standard on every model. Regularly a five-passenger crossover on all but the Journey LUX, seating for up to 7 occupants is an option on the Express, Mainstreet and Crew levels. Besides the reshaped styling for 2011, the Dodge Journey gets the Pentastar V-6 power plant good for 283 horsepower through either front-wheel or all-wheel drive. For the entry level Express trim model of the 2011 Dodge Journey, the 2.4 liter inline four-cylinder engine returns as an amply-powered but more fuel efficient choice. The smaller four-cylinder power plant is good for an extra mile per gallon average over a front-wheel drive Pentastar V-6 Journey.