Considering it costs $5,000 more than the base model, the Crossroad only makes minor improvements over the standard offering. It gets larger 19-inch wheels that do nothing to improve the middling ride quality, but the fog lights and LED taillights are welcome improvements. The leather upholstery makes the interior feel slightly less low-budget, and the power driver’s seat with lumbar support makes long drives more bearable. A larger 8.4-inch touchscreen interface comes standard with SiriusXM, but there is still no smartphone integration. The power sunroof is a nice touch, but it doesn’t make the Journey feel any classier.
MOPAR Cargo Tray, MOPAR Splash Guards, MOPAR Door Sill Guards, MOPAR Slush Mats
MOPAR Chrome Fuel Filler Door, MOPAR Chrome Exhaust Tip, Chrome Bodyside Molding, MOPAR Chrome Mirror Covers
Garmin Navigation System, Remote Start System, Radio: Uconnect 3 Nav w/8.4" Display, 368 Watt Amplifier, Heated Front Seats, 6 Premium Speakers w/Subwoofer, 5-Year SiriusXM Travel Link Service, 5-Year SiriusXM Traffic Service, SiriusXM Travel Link, SiriusXM Traffic, Universal Garage Door Opener, Heated Steering Wheel, Security Alarm
Engine: 2.4L I4 DOHC 16V Dual VVT, Transmission: 4-Speed Automatic VLP
Video Remote Control, 6 Premium Speakers w/Subwoofer, Wireless Headphones (IR), 368 Watt Amplifier, 2nd Row Overhead 9" Video Screen