The Dodge Journey incorporates dual-phase steel in several key areas to help handle greater loads and deliver more effective energy management during an impact.
The active front seat head restraints move during a rear-end collision to decrease the space between the headrest and head to help reduce the risk of head, neck or spinal injuries.
Advanced multistage driver and front passenger airbags , supplemental side-curtain airbags , front seat-mounted side airbags and a driver's knee airbag all come standard and help to add an extra level of protection. Front airbags open in stages to help prevent further injury.
Any injury that can be prevented should be. So we installed a driver-side airbag at knee level to help provide added protection.
Specially designed front and rear crumple zones help absorb impact energy and redirect it away from passengers to reduce the risk of injury.
Our available ParkView® Rear Back Up Camera helps with parallel parking, backing out of parking spaces and avoiding pedestrians. The camera displays an image of the area behind the vehicle on the Uconnect® Touchscreen when you shift into reverse.
The available ParkSense® Rear Park Assist System detects objects behind you with ultrasonic sensors in the rear bumper and warns you when something is in your path.
During critical braking situations, the Antilock Brake System determines when to apply the brakes to one or more wheels to help keep you and your vehicle secure in low-traction situations or in panic stops. All-Speed Traction Control is also standard, for added capability on loose and slippery surfaces.
Electronic Stability Control (ESC) with Electronic Roll Mitigation (ERM) continuously monitors vehicle speed and steering. When it senses a loss of control, ESC with ERM actively applies individual braking and reduces engine power to help prevent wheel lift and reduce the possibility of a rollover. It also helps to ensure that you keep traveling in the direction that is being driven.