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Dodge Journey Crossroad 22S, 2020
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- Front Wheel Drive
- 4 CYL/2.4L
- 25H/19C mileage
- 7 seats (leather)
- GPS navigation
- moon roof
- keyless entry
- seat heating
- 19 X 7" wheels
- 4 doors
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Dodge Car Lease
Looking for a family car, something sporty with some muscle, or a car with a V6 or V8 engine? Then there's a good chance there's a car or minivan that's a perfect fit for you within the Dodge lineup.
Rodo makes it easy to buy or lease a new car, including finding authorized dealers that will give you great trade-in deals to lower the monthly cost of your vehicle. Use Rodo to browse available models, trims, prices, lease deals and special offers. A broad range of questions are answered below and if you need more information, you can reach out to our tech support or contact a dealer directly from within the Rodo app and website.
What do the Letters Mean in the Dodge Lineup?
Like most car manufacturers, the brand use coding when naming the vehicles. SE stands for Standard Edition, SXT stands for Standard Xtra, R/T is for Road Track and GT is the Grand Touring range. The two lines that have all options available are the Challenger series and the Charger.
What Engine Sizes are there in the Charger Series?
The Charger is a full-size Sedan vehicle. Each model has basic similarities like being a 5-seater, a rear-wheel drive, with an 8-speed auto transmission. The trims help you find the right power you need from the engine. The Charger GT 2EH has a 3.6L V6 engine, the Dodge Charger R/T 29N has a 5.7L V8 engine, Dodge Charger SXT 28H has a 3.36L V6 with less horsepower than the GT.
What Finance Deals are there for New Vehicle?
A Dodge dealer can assist customers with finance by offering several options to create an affordable monthly payment plan. Most are partnered with a third party finance company to provide auto loans. Each dealer can advise on the typical credit rating a customer would likely need to be approved. All dealers can also accept trade-in vehicles to lower the cost of finance. A trade-in may also be accepted by a dealer with the value used to put towards the lease deals. Dodge's cars and minivans can be extremely affordable and most dealers will work with you to get the lowest monthly payments possible, through an auto loan or a lease deal.
Why Are There So Many Trims in Each Range?
Dodge's vehicles are highly customizable and the larger range of trims helps customers find the right type of car for them at a favorable price. Different trims have different features so with a wider range, it helps you to find a new vehicle with more of the features you will use and less of the features of little use to you. By selecting the best trim for your needs, it ensures the price you pay per month on either a lease or for the finance is the best price for what you need, rather than overpaying for features you don’t need.
What Trims are Available for the Challenger Series?
There are five trims in total within the Challenger range. The Dodge Challenger SXT is the entry-level model, The Dodge Challenger R/T Scat Pack is the 2-door coupe with more horsepower. The Dodge Challenger SRT has the Dodge Street and Racing Technology, and the Dodge R/T is the Road Track version. The Dodge Challenger GT is the Gran Turismo model. All models are available on finance and each dealer can have different lease specials on offer for all trims on a new Challenger vehicle.
What is the Difference Between the Charger and the Challenger?
The Charger is a four-door sedan with much of the same specs as the Challenger series. The main difference is the type of car. A Charger is the 4-door sedan whereas the Challenger is the 2-door coupe. The same number of trims are available including the Dodge Charger GT, Dodge Charger R/T, and the Dodge Charger SXT. Each can be found on Rodo from various dealer showrooms with low deposit options, lease offers, and various finance deals.
Who Makes the Dodge Vehicles?
Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA) make the Dodge cars and minivans. Other brands of cars made by the same company include Alfa Romeo, Jeep, Fiat, Maserati, and Chrysler vehicles.
Is the Grand Caravan Available in All States?
No. FCA made the announcement early in 2020 that the Grand Caravan model will not be available in all states. Sales and lease options are unavailable from dealerships in States where there are strict emissions regulations in place. To date, the Grand Caravan won't be available within the following States: California, Connecticut, Delaware, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, New Jersey, New York, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Vermont, and Washington.
For those looking for a new minivan either on finance or through a dealer lease in States where the Grand Caravan is not available, the nearest new car lease deals with very similar specs are the Chrysler Pacific. As they are different brands, owned by the same parent company, not every showroom carries both brands. You can find a dealer for both b brands on Rodo and find out if there are Dodge lease deals on either the new Dodge Grand Caravan SE or the Dodge Grand Caravan SE Plus available in your area.
What is the Most Fuel-Efficient Dodge Vehicle?
The Challenger and the Charger have a fuel economy of 23 combined mpg. A lease on a Challenger or Charger will have the lowest monthly running costs due to both lower fuel costs and lower monthly payments on a lease deal.
What Range is the Lowest Priced Dodge?
The most affordable new Dodge vehicle is the Dodge Journey SE Value 22B package with a MSRP of $23,495 and it is the most affordable 7-seater midsize SUV in the Dodge lineup. There are upgraded packages available including the SE package, the Dodge Journey Crossroad 22S, and the Dodge Journey GT. All are available through finance or on lease.
How Long Do Dodge Leasing Deals Run?
With most lease deals, Dodge terms are 24 to 36 months. At the end of the lease, the car may be bought from the dealer. If you plan to take a lease on a new vehicle with the intention to buy it outright later, the dealer may be open to negotiating the terms, including the excess mileage fees on vehicles on lease/loan.