On paper, the midsized Journey SUV may sound compelling, but in our tests we found that it has a confining interior, lacks agility, and delivers miserable fuel economy.
Added to that, it suffers from poor performance in the IIHS small-overlap frontal crash test.
But the Journey rides well, the cabin is relatively quiet, and it offers a third-row seat, albeit one that is snug and best for children.
The Journey is late in its model run, with discounts commonplace.
But don't be tempted.
This low-rated model is a poor value anywhere--even at the airport rental lot.
For 2020, the V6 engine and all-wheel drive have been dropped.