2014 Dodge Journey Model Has Made Striking Appearance In The Chicago Auto Show

The 2014 Dodge Journey model has been a major point of attraction at the Chicago Auto Show. Capable of All Wheel Drive the model has been designed for the tough roads with the added blend of the attractive outlook and integration of the modern gadget. The new Dodge Journey model has been loaded with the unique performance for the front and rear outlook, including the modern head and tail lamp. The modern gadgets of the car can be controlled from the 8.4 inch Uconnect touch screen, making it highly gorgeous and pleasant user experience for the people.

2014 Dodge Journey

On the technical front, the model is equipped with the 3.6L V6 Penstar Engine with All Wheel Drive technology makes it highly swift over the roads without losing the stability and control. The whole model is optimized for the modern generation with the capability to upgrade as per the changing trend. The exterior frame of the car has been painted with adorable Black, White, Copperhead Pearl, Fathom Blue Pearl, Pearl White Tri-Coat, Granite Crystal Metallic, Bright Silver Metallic and Redline Red Pearl.

2014 Dodge Journey

Side by side, the standard leather seat, power front seat, hidden storage bin, liquid graphite finish and enormously pleasant texture of the interior make it awesome for the daily use. On the safety criteria, folding mirrors, 7 airbags, illuminated cup holder, keyless key, push button start and cruise controls are some of the really stunning features that define the 2014 Dodge Journey model as the most unique and gorgeous model of the Chicago Auto Show. The award winning V6 Engine gives the enormous power of 173 HP for the smooth drive over the highways in 4 speed automatic transmission. Its engine is capable of giving the 500 miles of the nonstop performance on the smooth highways, making it a really powerful drive on the roads.

Rugal has spent most of his life in, around and under cars, from a childhood filled with Matchbox cars to bloodied knuckles as an ASE-certified mechanic and, since 2006, as an automotive journalist.