For 2014 Dodge added the Crossroad to their Journey lineup. Designed to appeal to a younger audience, the changes made for the limited edition Crossroad are both attractive and functional. We take it for a quick spin to show you why we like the Dodge Journey Crossroad over the traditional Dodge Journey.

The Dodge Journey Crossroad all-wheel drive starts at $28,395 compared to a front-wheel drive Ford Edge starting at $28,100. That represents good value based on the practicality and technology that comes standard with the Crossroad. 24 mpg on the highway doesn’t knock our socks off, but on par with other all-wheel drive vehicles in this range.

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