2018 Dodge Journey

The 2018 Dodge Journey is a mainstream mid-size three-row crossover SUV with seating for up to 7 passengers. The Journey slots below the larger and more premium mid-size Dodge Durango in the brand’s SUV lineup. Prices start from an MSRP of $22,995. Pros: Affordable, Available All-Wheel-Drive, Roomy Interior, Standard Third-Row Seat, Comfortable Ride Cons: Safety Score, Less Fuel-Efficient Than Competitors Looks Best In: Redline exterior/Light Frost interior Competition: Kia Sorento, Volkswagen Tiguan, Nissan Rogue, Toyota Highlander Safety Score: The 2018 Dodge…

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2018 Dodge Grand Caravan

The 2018 Dodge Caravan represents the best value on the market within the minivan segment. With a low starting MSRP of $26,250, which drops to the low twenties with readily available rebates, the Grand Caravan undercuts competitors by thousands of dollars. So what’s the catch? Well, since it’s based on an older platform the Dodge has fewer advanced safety and convenience features, like automatic emergency braking and a built-in vacuum, found in the Honda Odyssey and Chrysler Pacifica. Pros: Affordable,…

Who Will Kia’s Stinger Hurt The Most?

As Kia continues its ascent into the premium category with the flashy 2018 Stinger, questions arise over what models it will compete most closely with. On one hand, its RWD layout and performance focus mean it could conquest muscle car fans in need of more space than what’s offered in a Camaro or Mustang. In terms of brand identity, Kia is more traditionally aligned with Ford and Chevrolet. However, now that features once exclusive to luxury cars like heated leather…