The entry-level Dodge Journey will not tap your checking account too much, but comes with plenty of features to suit even scrupulous buyers. It can seat up to seven persons, and is offered in six trim levels. Out the door, the base model gets you 17” steel wheels, privacy glass in the rear, roof rails, twin exhaust tips, heated/powered side mirrors, remote entry/start, two-zone climate control, tilting and telescoping steering wheel, sliding/reclining rear seating, 4.3” touchscreen console with USB integration, and six-speaker sound system. Options and upper trim levels can add on features like 50/50 splitting and folding third-row, triple-zone climate control, fog lamps, larger alloy wheels, LED tail lamps, sport styled front seating, Bluetooth integration, leather upholstery, folding passenger seat, larger 8.4” touchscreen console, powered front seating, chrome interior trim accents, sport-tuning, automated headlamps, standard household electrical outlet, sunroof, rear parking sensors, rear-seat entertainment center, GPS, and more. Under the hood you will find a 2.4-liter four-cylinder engine that’s rated at 173 horsepower and 166 pound-feet of torque.