The available All-Wheel-Drive (AWD) system works instantly and on demand, driving only the front wheels until power to the rear wheels is needed. It's much needed if you drive on ice, gravel or other low-traction surfaces.
With an available towing capacity of up to 2,500 pounds, you’ve got lots of towing options.
Tow a boat or some furniture. If you need to move it, the available 3.6L Pentastar® V6 engine and available Trailer Tow Prep Group make sure you can tow up to 2,500 pounds.
TRAILER SWAY CONTROL
Standard Trailer Sway Control works with the Electronic Stability Control to strategically apply brake pressure and adjust engine throttle to help reduce the sway and maintain stability.
MILES TO GO
The Journey always delivers on driving range. With up to 25 highway mpg and up to 500 highway miles in one tank, you don’t have to stay put.
Electronic Stability Control (ESC) combines the Antilock Brake System (ABS) and All-Speed Traction Control to help give you the security and performance you have come to expect from the Dodge Journey.
PREVENT TO PROTECT
Electronic Roll Mitigation actively and strategically applies individual braking and reduces engine power to help prevent wheel lift and reduce the possibility of a rollover.
GIVE YOURSELF A BRAKE
The four-wheel disc antilock brake system monitors the speed of each wheel, allowing each one to brake independently for superior control during low-traction situations or in panic stops, to help keep you and your vehicle secure.
Dodge Journey features a fully independent suspension with MacPherson struts in the front and a multilink suspension in the rear to help provide a responsive, smooth and quiet ride.
The available touring-tuning suspension offers a slightly firmer ride than the standard suspension and enhances responsiveness for a sportier driving experience.
For drivers who enjoy the curves, Dodge Journey offers a high-performance suspension for a firmer ride. It might pack like a minivan, but it corners like a sedan.