We were impressed with the total transformation of the 2011 Dodge Journey. It offers a great combination of features and utility.
Torrance, CA (PRWEB) September 22, 2011
The results are in, the professional drivers at autoMedia.com posted high marks for the 2011 Dodge Journey. Strengthening their position as a formidable competitor in the busy crossover market segment, the Dodge Journey hit the crossover sweet spot by offering a 7-passenger utility in a package that’s relatively compact.
The extensive 2011 Dodge Journey review began with a 60-day road test of a Journey Crew AWD complete with the “award winning” Pentastar V6 engine and six-speed automatic transmission. With its new found strength, the Journey provided improved acceleration for a markedly better ride—delivering a quiet, smooth and efficient drive. Coupled with a redesigned interior, Dodge improved passenger’s impressions of the Journey.
“We were impressed with the total transformation of the 2011 Dodge Journey. It offers a great combination of features and utility,” remarked Sam Hubinette, autoMedia’s technical editor. He added, “Crossover shoppers should be giving the Journey a second look—they’ll like what they find.”
Consumers in the market for a crossover vehicle can see the 2011 Dodge Journey review in a video segment highlighting the substantial makeover at autoMedia.com.
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