2015 Dodge Journey vs Nissan Rogue in Torrance
Serving Gardena & Palos Verdes
If you're ready for adventure in Gardena, Carson, Hermosa Beach and Manhattan Beach, then you're ready for the 2015 Dodge Journey. This is the versatile crossover that can carry up to 7 people and look great doing it. Plus, it offers amazing power and efficiency. The friendly folks at Scott Robinson CDJR in Torrance, CA, would love to grab the keys and take you for a test drive. Then we'll make you an amazing offer on the 2015 Dodge Journey that you can't refuse!
Let's take a look at how the 2015 Dodge Journey compares to the Nissan Rogue.
PRICE AND VALUE
There are so many reasons to choose the 2015 Dodge Journey over the Nissan Rogue, not the least of which is the price. With a starting MSRP of $20,295 vs. the Rogue's hefty $23,040, you've saved almost three grand before you've even entered the Scott Robinson CDJR showroom when you go with a Dodge Journey! Plus, you'll get power heated mirrors, and a rear high mount stop lamp, and a 6-speaker audio system with a touchscreen control that you won't find on the base Rogue -- so you'll pay more for less! Go with the 2015 Dodge Journey.
The 2015 Dodge Journey offers two robust engines -- a 2.4L 4-cylinder with 173 hp, or a 3.6L Pentastar V6 with 283 hp. Both are coupled with a 4-speed automatic transmission, but a 6-speed automatic is optional on some trims and standard on the Limited Journey. AWD is offered as an option with the V6 engine. By contrast, you'll only find one powertrain in the Rogue -- a 2.5L 4-cylinder with 170 hp, mated to a CVT transmission. No matter which engine you choose with the 2015 Dodge Journey, you'll have more power than in the Nissan Rogue!
When it comes to the all-important cargo space with a full house or with the third seat down (in 7-passenger models), the 2015 Dodge Journey beats the Nissan Rogue. You'll get 37 cubic feet of cargo space in the Journey to the 2nd row while you'll only get 32 cubic feet in the Rogue. And behind the 3rd row, you'll have 10.7 cubic feet in the Journey vs. only 9.4 in the Rogue.View Inventory