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$21,885
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There are many standout features available on the 2011 Dodge Journey, but you have to pay considerably more to get them.
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19 mpg city, 25 highway, base four-cylinder; 17/25 V-6 FWD; 16/24 V-6 AWD
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The 2011 Dodge Journey sports some of the most extensive offerings for entertainment in this class, but to get them all, you'll be spending considerably more than the base price of $20,000.

Standard features include air conditioning; cruise control; power locks/mirrors/windows; a cooled glove box; a telescoping steering wheel; and an AM/FM/CD player with MP3 capability.

Options include a not-terribly-intuitive Garmin navigation system; Sirius Satellite Radio, TravelLink and Backseat TV, an on-the-go service with a small selection of kid-friendly programming; a DVD entertainment system; and a premium audio system and uConnect multimedia with MP3 player controls. A USB port is standard now, but it's buried deep in the center console, so there won't be any texting and driving without a long connector. Bluetooth is added on the top three models for free, but it's available on the base and Mainstreet trims.

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There are many standout features available on the 2011 Dodge Journey, but you have to pay considerably more to get them.

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