The 2020 Dodge Journey is more than just a typical SUV. Seating up to seven passengers, this sport utility vehicle is perfect for seating the whole family for trips across town, or even road trips across the country. The cargo space in the Journey is great, having 10.7 cubic feet of space behind the third row, 37 cubic feet behind the second row, and 67.6 cubic feet with both rows folded down. What if you needed to bring more stuff, though? The Journey has you covered with its ability to tow.
The towing capacity on the Journey is 1,000 pounds, which is more than enough for attaching a trailer with all your stuff packed in. The towing capacity is made possible by the Journey’s 2.4-liter 4 cylinder engine that delivers 173 horsepower. You’ll find a 4-speed automatic transmission and front-wheel drive on the Journey. The Journey has two different trim levels, those being the SE Value and the Crossroad.
If you’re looking for an SUV that will keep your comfy comfortable and be able to take them and your stuff wherever you need to go, look no further than the Dodge Journey. Starting at $23,675 the Journey is great for the price and will be great for going to the store, or packing up and taking a cross country vacation.
The 2021 Dodge Durango model offers the new Tow N Go Package to its customer base. So, what’s all included in the Tow N Go Package? Today, here at Briggs Dodge Ram, we’ll look at the specs, features, trim levels, pricing, and more, concerning the 2021 Dodge Durango Tow N Go Package!
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It’s likely that you’ve heard the terms “SRT” and “R/T” when hearing people talk about the Dodge Challenger or Charger. So what do these terms mean? SRT stands for Street and Racing Technology, while R/T stands for Road and Track. They indicate trim levels of certain Dodge vehicles, such as the Challenger, Charger, and Durango. You may now know what SRT and R/T stands for, but how does it actually affect these vehicles and their performance?
When you purchase an SRT vehicle you get upgrades to these three major things; power, braking, and aerodynamics.
- HEMI Engine: Every SRT is powered by the impressive Supercharged HEMI V8 engine. This engine makes the Dodge Durango, an SUV, go from 0 to 60 in only 4.4 seconds. It gives the Challenger Hellcat a whopping 717 horsepower. This engine is made for speed.
- Aerodynamics: SRT models have been designed to be as aerodynamic as possible, having air induction hoods, spoilers, wide-body styling, and other features to reduce drag and improve overall handling.
- Brembo Brakes: If you’re going to go fast you better be able to stop fast, which is why every SRT is equipped with Brembo Brake systems. High-performance Brembo calipers and slotted brakes make it so you can break quickly and safely.
What About R/T?
The R/T variants of Dodge vehicles are almost similar to SRT variants, but have slightly less power. They do come cheaper, though. You’ll get most of the great features that SRT variants have for half the price. You can get the Challenger, Charger, and Durango in the R/T variant.
So Which One Should You Get?
If you aren’t concerned with price, then going SRT would be right for you. The Dodge Charger SRT starts at $69,645, while the R/T Charger starts at $36,395. If you aren’t as concerned with having all the premium features but still want to go fast, the R/T is for you. If you want to give any of these bad boys a test drive feel free to come into the dealership and speak to our staff. They would love to give you a helping hand.
Inspired by the Southwest region of the USA, Ram has introduced the Limited Longhorn 10th Anniversary Edition package for the 2021 Ram 1500 model. So, what’s all included in the 2021 Ram 1500 Limited Longhorn 10th Anniversary Edition? Today, we explore the available specs, features, pricing, release date, and more, concerning the 2021 Ram 1500 Limited Longhorn 10th Anniversary Edition!
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