• 2010 Dodge Journey Express package
• 2010 Dodge Journey Hero package
• 2010 Dodge Journey Crew
Journey: An entry-level model doesn't need to be basic, and as such, the lowest Journey model ($20,995), equipped with the 2.4-liter I-4, receives 17-inch wheels, cruise control, sunscreen glass, and floor mats. A third-row of seating adds $1000 to the window sticker, while the Hero package -- which adds the 3.5-liter V-6 and six-speed automatic -- adds about $3000 to the price. If you're opting for the Hero package, you can also spring for all-wheel-drive for an extra $1000.
A new Journey Heat ($24,995) model, which sports the 3.5-liter V-6, adds Bluetooth, iPod controls, Sirius satellite radio, a Homelink controller, an upgraded audio system, and 19-inch wheels.
The Journey Crew ($25,995) is similar, but adds the seven-passenger seating, a 9-inch DVD system for rear passengers, and chrome accents inside and out. The Journey Uptown model, which stickers at $29,995, adds leather seating, a sunroof, navigation, and a rear-view camera.