The 2016 Dodge Journey is the perfect affordable crossover for Dayton families who need three rows of seats, a versatile interior, and a range of advanced technology. Factor in the choice of engines and trim levels and the Journey has something for everyone.
Engines and Performance
There are two engines available in the 2016 Dodge Journey, depending on the trim level you choose. The SE, SXT, Crossroad, or Crossroad Plus will give you a 173-horsepower, 166-pound-foot 2.4-liter 4-cylinder that gets up to 26 mpg on the highway. For those who want more power, these trims offer a 3.6-liter V6 which is standard on the top R/T trim of the Journey. This engine increases output to [...]
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Opening the hood in a 2012 Jeep Compass is not difficult, but it can be very tricky if you don’t know where to look for the hood release lever. Use the following instructions to open the hood in a 2012 Jeep Compass:
Locate the hood release lever. This is below the instrument panel, below the steering wheel on the left, in front of the driver’s door
Once you locate the hood release lever, pull the level to release the hood
Go to the front of the Jeep Compass. Carefully raise the hood and find the safety latch. This should be in the middle of the hood opening
Move the safety latch at the same time as lifting the hood
Locate the support rod and place it into the slot on [...
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The Dodge Durango a 4-door SUV that seats up to six people. This car is sporty, adaptable, and flexible. With over 50 possible seat configurations and 85 cubic feet of interior cargo space, you can take advantage of its versatility to fit your needs.
In addition to all of the Dodge Durango’s noteworthy hauling capabilities, storage capacity and flexibility, and efficient performance, one of the 42 safety features stands out to me: the ParkSense Rear Park Assist.
The ParkSense Rear Park Assist is a technology that becomes active when you shift your Dodge Durango into Reverse and you are driving no more than 10 mph.
The system works by utilizing four sensors in the rear bumper that scan for obstacles up to 79 inches (200 cm) away from your vehicle.