2020 Dodge Journey Trim Levels
The Dodge Journey is a bit of an irregularity among crossover SUVs. It’s technically classed as a mid-size crossover, but it is often regarded as a smaller SUV. Having three seating rows in the Journey complicates its classification even further, but in the end, the Dodge Journey looks more like a station wagon than anything else.
The Dodge Journey only comes in two trim levels since it is a bit of a niche vehicle. The base trim level for the 2020 model year is called the SE Value trim, and it is improved on with the Crossroad trim level. The SE Value trim is true to its name, offering a competitive price for a three-row vehicle. Crossroad trim costs more but it delivers quality features that make it worthwhile. Check out the chart below to see the difference in features between the two.
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Trim Level Analysis
There is hardly an easier way to purchase a three-row SUV than by buying the SE Value trim of the Dodge Journey. It may be stripped-down and minimalist, but it has a unique appeal of its own and still gets a group or family from one place to another in comfort and safety. Those dedicated to the model will probably upgrade to the Crossroad trim for better features, but most will still side with the base trim because it’s hard to beat the value offered with the base model.
Other Features Available on the Crossroad Trim Level
- Leather & Cloth Interior
- 6-Way Power Driver Seat
- Rear Ventilation Ducts with Fan Control
- 7 Exterior Color Options
- 19-Inch Painted Alloy Wheels
- Overhead Console with Storage
- Leather and Simulated Alloy Steering Wheel
- And More!