4WD/AWD, Satellite Radio Ready, 3rd Rear Seat, Fold-Away Third Row, Tow Hitch, Auxiliary Audio Input
6 Cylinders, 4WD, 3.6L Engine, Automatic Transmission, 81K Miles, Silver/Black
Satellite Radio Ready, Fold-Away Third Row, Auxiliary Audio Input, Cruise Control, Alloy Wheels, Overhead Airbags
6 Cylinders, 2WD, 3.6L Engine, Automatic Transmission, 65K Miles, Black/Black
There's quite a bit of room in the backseat. I have a son who is 6'2" tall and he fits comfortably in the back seat. I wrongly assumed that he would be OK in the drivers seat. He fits, but just barely. With the seat all the way back and the steering wheel all the way up, his knees almost touch the steering wheel. Don't buy this if you're extremely tall. My wife has had some issues with the Bluetooth connectivity. If you only have one phone synced to the car, it seems to work better. It has very little power off the line. We knew it wasn't going to be ballsy, but we both really wish we had something with a bit more power. It's fine once you're on the road. I can pass people with no problem., but not much take off power.
This has been a reliable vehicle so far. It is definitely more affordable than other SUVs in this market. I enjoy the perks of the R/T (heated seats, Alpine stereo). I have had issues with my Bluetooth lately. The website suggests downloading an update, which I'll try soon.
We purchased the Journey because we we're having our 4th child. We have 10, 8, and 3 year olds. We knew the "trunk" really had no room for cargo, but went for the family size accommodations. However after having 2 car seats, we quickly realized how inconvenient it was. Getting the boys in the third row was so annoying. Now they enter through the "trunk". When my mother in law visited, we took 2 cars on a trip. Without the third row up don't do any real shopping because you'll have no room. This is a nice and stylish car recommended for a small family. But if you're looking for room AND comfort, the Journey isn't it. Mini Van? Nooooooo!!!