Most drivers will be able to get settled in the Journey because there's a good range of adjustment for both the seat and steering wheel. The dash is user-friendly too, with a centre console that's easy to use and places everything within easy reach. Forward visibility is fine, but small windows mean that the rear view isn't as clear.
Dodge Journey MPV space & practicality
Dodge calls it a crossover, but the Journey is really aimed at MPVs like the Ford S-Max and Citroen Grand C4 Picasso. There's space for seven adults and a couple of bags, or you can fold the five rear seats flat easily for more luggage space. Access is good, but legroom in the middle row isn't terribly generous and the central section of the 60/40 split seat is narrow.
Dodge Journey MPV equipment
Every Journey has separate air-conditioning for all three rows of seats, but entry-level SE models miss out on the cruise control, alloy wheels and electric driver's seat adjustment that are included on the top two trims. You also can't add the option of the myGig entertainment system, which features a 20Gb hard drive to store MP3 files.