The 2010 Journey offers a class-beating set of available entertainment features. However, those options add up and you could spend $35,000 by specifying all of them.
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.
The SXT version adds a power driver seat; keyless entry; a 115-volt power outlet; and satellite radio. The top R/T edition gets 19-inch wheels; dual-zone climate control; leather upholstery; heated front seats; and remote start. The available power outlet can be shut off by the driver, which The Detroit News calls a "convenience" that can protect curious children from shocks.
Other major options, Cars.com adds, include Bluetooth; a rear air conditioner; a rear-seat entertainment system; and Chrysler's MyGIG navigation and entertainment system with a backup camera.
The Journey is the only crossover offered with Sirius Backseat TV, an on-the-go service with a small selection of kid-friendly programming. This year, the LCD screen for the DVD entertainment system and BackseatTV grows to nine inches in diagonal width.