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2011 Dodge Journey Comfort & Quality

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While the Journey's instrument panel is new for 2011, its interior packaging is mostly unchanged. A sprinkling of new features and improved actions make it just a little bit better, though.

Four adults, or two adults and three or four kids, are happy enough inside the 2011 Dodge Journey, with flat seats and right-sized head and leg room taking good advantage of the Journey's proportions. On mid-grade-and-up Journeys, the second-row seat slides fore and aft to free up more leg room, and on the same versions, front seats have storage built in beneath the seat cushion, and the center console gets a new tilt-and-slide top.

Bins and cubbies abound, and the cargo hold specs out at a swell 37 cubic feet behind the second row, and a smooshed 10.7 cubic feet behind the raised third-row seat. Flip everything down behind the front seats, and you can fit a half-dozen flat-screen TVs in the Journey's 67.6 cubic feet of space.

The 2011 Dodge Journey is positively vanlike inside, with great ride comfort, reconfigurable seating, and plenty of cubbies.

Ride quality remains a strong point, with the proper damping and roll control for a family vehicle, and the cabin feels tight and quiet compared to other on-a-budget crossovers.

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