Dodge hasn't chosen the sporty path for the Journey. The Journey rides reasonably well and handles more like a big car than a big, clunky SUV, but it's no when it comes to sporty flair.
The Dodge Journey is available with a V6 engine that delivers adequate power, but is far from the best in the class. The V6, which is standard in all but the base model, offers plenty of power for around town, a 3,500-pound towing capacity, and decent passing punch. Unfortunately, it is neither as refined nor as powerful as the newer V6s offered by several competitors. The base four-cylinder engine is coarse and offers too little power for a vehicle of this size.
It's on the inside that the Journey really shines. The Dodge Journey has standard seating for five, but that can be expanded to seven. Filling the Journey with adults won't make all your passengers happy, but the rear seat should work well for children.
The JB car pages provide engine and transmission specs, as well as gas mileage and dimensions for all 2010 Dodge Journey versions.
2010 Dodge Journey SUV Specs & Features