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  • Seating for up to seven
  • available built-in booster seats
  • useful interior storage solutions
  • smart touchscreen interface.
  • Weak acceleration on four-cylinder version
  • below-average fuel economy regardless of engine
  • mediocre handling abilities.

The Dodge Journey heads into 2015 with no major changes.

Edmunds says

The 2015 Dodge Journey has an available V6 engine and a third row so it might seem to be a decent pick for families on a budget, but overall it falls short of newer crossovers with more powerful four-cylinder engines and better fuel mileage ratings.

Cost to Drive Cost to drive estimates for the 2015 Dodge Journey American Value Package 4dr SUV (2.4L 4cyl 4A) and comparison vehicles are based on 15,000 miles per year (with a mix of 55% city and 45% highway driving) and energy estimates of $3.55 per gallon for regular unleaded in North Dakota.

Vehicle overview.

If you find "compact" crossover SUVs a little too compact, yet you don't really want to deal with the large footprint and compromised fuel economy of a larger crossover, Dodge might have the answer. The 2015 Journey is one of the few "tweener"-sized crossovers that could prove the just right size.

As a people-carrier, the Journey has a few things going for it. The available third row of seating is big enough for small children, and there's enough space for adults in the second row, too. There are also built-in booster seats available, which will save any parent lots of valuable child-loading time. Up front, the optional infotainment system is an excellent extra we recommend. It's easy to use, control, and it doesn't distract from the driving experience.

Unfortunately, the 2015 Dodge Journey has some drawbacks. Even though there are two available engines, neither is exceptional. The standard four-cylinder comes paired to an archaic four-speed automatic transmission and doesn't get the kind of fuel economy we've come to expect from class-leading crossovers and it is lackluster at best for providing passing power. The available V6 gives a healthy dose of acceleration in comparison, but in our extensive testing, it was still slower than most rivals with upgraded engines.  Along with this lack of power comes a disappointing driving experience. Driven around turns at a decent clip, the Journey suffers from quite a bit of body roll that saps driver confidence. All of our favorites in this class provide more engagement and stability.  

One of those is the updated 2015 Honda CR-V . It may only have five seats, but it boasts lots of cargo space, an excellent ride and good fuel economy, too. The 2015 Mazda CX-5 and 2015 Ford Escape share many of the Honda's attributes but they're also a bit more entertaining to drive. If you require a third row, though, check out the Nissan Rogue as well as the larger 2015 Kia Sorento and Hyundai Santa Fe . The Kia and Hyundai are a bit pricier but have plenty of cargo space to show for it. Overall, the Edmunds "C" Rated 2015 Dodge Journey isn't a bad choice for your family, but there are several excellent vehicles we'd choose instead.

Performance & mpg

The 2015 Dodge Journey AVP, SE, SXT and Crossroad are powered by a 2.4-liter four-cylinder engine that produces 173 horsepower and 166 pound-feet of torque. A four-speed automatic transmission is standard, and you can only get front-wheel drive with this engine . EPA fuel economy ratings are 21 mpg combined (19 city/26 highway) – which is definitely subpar for a four-cylinder crossover.

Optional on the SE, SXT, and Crossroad but standard on the Limited and R/T is a 3.6-liter V6. It's good for 283 hp and 260 lb-ft and is matched to a six-speed automatic. Front-wheel drive is standard and all-wheel drive is optional. We recorded a 7.8-second 0-60-mph time in a front-drive, V6-equipped Journey, which is about average for a V6 crossover in this price range. EPA estimated fuel economy for the V6 is 19 mpg combined (17/25) with front-wheel drive and 19 mpg combined (16/24) with all-wheel drive; both are below average for a V6-powered crossover in this price range.

Every 2015 Dodge Journey comes standard with antilock disc brakes, traction and stability control, active front head restraints, front side airbags, side curtain airbags and a driver knee airbag. Integrated second-row child booster seats and rear parking sensors are optional on every Journey. A rearview camera and rear parking sensors are available as an option on the SXT, Crossroad, Limited and R/T.

In Edmunds brake testing, a Journey V6 FWD came to a stop from 60 mph in 124 feet, an average performance for this class.

In government crash tests, the Journey received four out of five stars for overall crash protection, with four stars awarded for frontal-impact protection and five stars for side-impact protection. In crash testing by the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety, the Journey received the top score of "Good" in the moderate-overlap frontal-offset, side-impact and roof-strength tests. Its seat and head restraint design was also rated "Good" for whiplash protection in rear impacts.

The 2015 Dodge Journey has two personalities depending on which engine you choose. The four-cylinder engine is noisy and really doesn't have enough power to get this heavy crossover moving. The outdated four-speed automatic transmission that comes with this engine does the Journey no favors in the fuel economy department, either.

Accordingly, we'd avoid the four-cylinder entirely and step up to the 3.6-liter V6, which feels potent in any situation. Unfortunately, fuel economy is still below average, and the six-speed automatic transmission can be slow to respond when a downshift is needed.

Around town, the Journey provides a smooth ride. However, the steering is on the slow side, and you might find yourself having to make more hand movements than you would otherwise prefer. When driven harder through turns, the Journey's body leans noticeably. The Journey feels heavier than other compact SUVs and solid on the open highway, even over rough surfaces, but it doesn't inspire much confidence around corners.

Though Dodge seldom has enjoyed a reputation for high-quality interiors, the 2015 Journey does boast pleasing materials and textures throughout the cabin and solid-looking assembly. The gauges and dashboard have a functional and contemporary design that wouldn't be out of place in any number of higher-priced vehicles.

There's almost universal acclaim for Dodge's available UConnect 8.4-inch touchscreen infotainment interface. You won't find a system that's more straightforward to use or more pleasing to the eye, with large, readable typefaces and icons and sensible menus.

Families will appreciate the selection of clever storage places squirreled throughout the 2015 Journey's cabin, particularly the cubbyholes in the floor. There's a fair amount of legroom behind the front seats and the integrated child booster seats are a nice bonus. Also helping the family-oriented mission is the Journey's available third-row seat, which is bundled with a separate rear air-conditioner. This seat is far from adult-friendly, but if you need to take a couple extra kids to a T-ball game, it's handy.

Lower all the seats and the Journey coughs up 67.6 cubic feet of total cargo capacity, which is about average for this class, slightly less than the Kia Sorento and CR-V, for example, but more space than some other two-row compact crossovers.

2015 Dodge Journey models

The 2015 Dodge Journey is available in five- and seven-passenger configurations. It is available in American Value Package (AVP), SE, SXT, Crossroad, Limited and R/T trim levels.

The American Value Package comes standard with 17-inch steel wheels, heated mirrors, keyless ignition/entry, cruise control, dual-zone manual climate control, a height-adjustable driver seat, a tilt-and-telescoping steering wheel, a sliding and reclining second-row seat and a six-speaker sound system with a compact 4.3-inch touchscreen interface, a CD player, an auxiliary audio jack and an iPod/USB audio interface.

The SE adds tinted glass, roof rails and LED taillights. Moving up to the SXT adds 17-inch alloy wheels, foglamps, unique front/rear fascias, body-colored exterior mirrors, floor mats, a cargo cover and net and satellite radio. Moving up to the Crossroad gets you 19-inch wheels, chrome exterior accents, dual-zone automatic climate control, leather upholstery, a six-way power driver seat (with four-way lumbar adjustment), Bluetooth phone and audio connectivity, an 8.4-inch touchscreen audio display, an auto-dimming rearview mirror and a fold-flat front passenger seat with hidden storage bin.

The Limited adds a V6 engine as standard, remote start, automatic headlights, heated front seats, a heated steering wheel and a 115-volt power outlet. The R/T includes all of the Limited features (minus the roof rails) and adds a monochrome exterior treatment, unique 19-inch wheels, a sport-tuned suspension, black perforated-leather upholstery with red stitching and a premium audio system.

Many of the features on the upper trim levels are available on lower trims via option packages. Other available features (depending on trim) include the Blacktop package (gloss black 19-inch wheels, grille and exterior trim), a sunroof, rear parking sensors, a rearview camera, a folding and reclining third-row seat, three-zone automatic climate control (with rear air-conditioning), integrated second-row child booster seats, a rear seat entertainment system, a navigation system (paired with the 8.4-inch touchscreen) and WiFi connectivity.

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NHTSA Overall Rating

  • Frontal Barrier Crash Rating Overall 4 / 5 Driver 5 / 5 Passenger 4 / 5
  • Side Crash Rating Overall Not Rated
  • Side Barrier Rating Overall Not Rated Driver Not Rated Passenger Not Rated
  • Combined Side Barrier & Pole Ratings Front Seat Not Rated Back Seat Not Rated
  • Rollover Rollover 4 / 5 Dynamic Test Result No Tip Risk Of Rollover 17.9%
  • Small Overlap Front Driver-Side Test Poor
  • Small Overlap Front Passenger-Side Test Not Tested
  • Moderate Overlap Front Test – Original Good
  • Moderate Overlap Front Test – Updated Not Tested
  • Side Impact Test – Original Good
  • Side Impact Test – Updated Not Tested
  • Roof Strength Test Good
  • Rear Crash Protection / Head Restraint Good

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# 18 out of 19 in 2015 affordable midsize suvs.

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U.S. News Rating

The 2015 Dodge Journey has an underpowered base engine, a poor reliability rating, and limited cargo space. As a result, it places near the bottom of our midsize SUV rankings.

Intuitive infotainment system

Underwhelming base engine

Poor fuel economy

Low reliability rating

Below-average cargo space for the class

What's New for 2015

No major changes

Features and Specs

Seats 5 - 7

16-19 City / 24-26 Hwy

173 - 283 horsepower

Dodge Journey Rankings

The 2015 Dodge Journey's #18 ranking is based on its score within the 2015 Affordable Midsize SUVs category. Currently the Dodge Journey has a score of 6.8 out of 10, which is based on our evaluation of 45 pieces of research and data elements using various sources .

  • # 18 in 2015 Affordable Midsize SUVs
  • # 22 in 2015 Affordable SUVs with 3 Rows
  • # 37 in 2015 Affordable Crossover SUVs
  • # 81 in Used SUVs with 3 Rows under $15K
  • # 146 in Used Crossover SUVs $10K to $15K
  • # 192 in Used Midsize SUVs under $20K
  • Critics' Rating 6.9
  • Performance 5.5
  • Total Cost of Ownership 8.9
  • Interior 8.0

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2015 Dodge Journey Overview

Is the 2015 dodge journey a good used suv.

The 2015 Dodge Journey is an OK midsize SUV , but most of its classmates are better. Aside from its relatively low selling price and its user-friendly infotainment system, the Journey offers few benefits over its rivals. Most competing SUVs offer stronger engines, better gas mileage, more cargo room, and a higher reliability rating. Unless you are on an extremely tight budget, you're better off with another SUV.

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How Much is a 2015 Dodge Journey?

Based on listings for the 2015 Dodge Journey on our site, the average price is $16,000. Prices range from $11,900 to $21,000 and vary depending on the trim, mileage, location, condition, and features.

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How Much Does the 2015 Dodge Journey Cost to Own?

The 2015 Dodge Journey’s five-year estimated costs for gas, insurance, maintenance, and repairs come to about $24,200, which is a little below average for the class.

Is It Better to Buy a Used or New Dodge Journey?

The Dodge Journey is one of the least expensive midsize SUVs you can buy – new or used. A 2019 Journey starts at $23,645, considerably more than the 2015 model’s average list price of $16,000. The 2019 model is the first Journey to offer the 283-horsepower V6 engine in other than the top trim levels. Also, the 2019 Journey comes standard with three rows, while the third row is an option in the 2015 model. Otherwise, the 2019 Journey offers few notable advantages over the 2015 Journey.

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Which Model Year of the Dodge Journey Is Best?

The 2015 Journey is part of a generation that launched for 2009 and includes the 2019 Journey. Dodge refreshed the Journey for 2011 and other than some shuffling of trims, there have been few major changes to the Journey over the years. The 2018 model was the first with standard third-row seating, and for 2019, Dodge discontinued the SXT trim and made the V6 engine available with the base engine. If you’re committed to buying a used Journey, there are few reasons to select a more-recent model, other than getting a vehicle with fewer miles on it. However, if you can stretch your budget just a little, you'll find better options in the midsize SUV class.

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How Reliable Is the 2015 Dodge Journey?

J.D. Power gives the 2015 Journey a reliability rating of two out of five, which is the worst rating possible.

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2015 Dodge Journey Recalls

As of this writing, the 2015 Dodge Journey has six recalls. They address potential issues involving the inability to cancel cruise control, the accidental deployment of the driver’s air bag, the loss of power steering assist, the engine cover contacting the exhaust manifold, water entering the anti-lock braking system module, and an incorrectly labeled tire placard. Before buying any used vehicle, make sure all recalls have been addressed.

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Which Used Dodge Journey Model Is Right for Me?

The 2015 Dodge Journey comes in seven trims: AVP, SE, SXT, SXT Plus, Crossroad, Limited, and R/T. The base Journey AVP trim comes standard with a 173-horsepower four-cylinder engine, push-button start, and the Uconnect infotainment system with a 4.3-inch touch screen, six speakers, two 12-volt power outlets, and a USB port. The SE trim adds some minor cosmetic upgrades, and the SXT trim features an MP3 CD player and satellite radio.

While the three lower trims include a good amount of appealing technology, we recommend the Dodge Journey SXT Plus, as it has the best combination of features and value. It comes with a larger touch screen (8.4 inches), a fold-flat passenger seat with in-cushion storage, and a power-adjustable driver’s seat.

The Journey Crossroad trim mostly features cosmetic enhancements. The Journey Limited gets heated seats, a DVD player, Uconnect Voice Command with Bluetooth, and a 115-volt auxiliary power outlet. It also comes with the 283-horsepower V6 engine. The Journey R/T adds six premium speakers with a subwoofer and a 368-watt amplifier, as well as leather-trimmed seats that have perforated inserts with red accent stitching. Its sport-tuned suspension enhances the Journey’s handling.

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2015 Dodge Journey Safety

Score: 8.4/10.

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration gave the 2015 Journey four out of five stars in the frontal crash and rollover tests.

The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety gave the 2015 Journey the top rating of Good in four out of five crashworthiness tests. The Journey received the lowest rating of Poor in the small overlap driver-side front test.

There are no standard driver assistance features in the Journey, but a rearview camera and rear parking sensors are available.

2015 Dodge Journey Versus the Competition

Which is better: 2015 dodge journey or 2015 hyundai santa fe.

The 2015 Hyundai Santa Fe , like the Journey, is available with two or three rows of seats. In either configuration, the Santa Fe is superior to the Journey. This Hyundai offers just about everything you could ask for from a midsize SUV . Its base engine delivers plenty of power for everyday use, while its two available engines provide livelier acceleration. Both two- and three-row Santa Fe models have a good amount of cargo room and a user-friendly infotainment system. The Hyundai Santa Fe also boasts better crash test ratings and a better reliability rating than the Journey. Its ride can be a bit firm, but the Santa Fe is the one to choose.

Which Is Better: 2015 Dodge Journey or 2015 Dodge Durango?

You might think that two midsize SUVs made by the same brand would be very similar. That’s not the case with the 2015 Dodge Durango , which is a cut above its smaller and less capable sibling. With the Durango, you get a standard third-row seat, better safety scores, a higher reliability rating, and stronger engines. It comes with the same user-friendly infotainment system as the Journey (though its screen is slightly smaller), and its cabin is more upscale overall. However, you’ll have to decide if the Durango’s benefits are worth its price tag, as its average list price is nearly $11,500 more than the Journey’s.

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2015 Dodge Journey Performance

How does the 2015 dodge journey drive.

The 2015 Dodge Journey’s base powertrain consists of a 173-horsepower four-cylinder engine and a four-speed automatic transmission. The base engine is underpowered and noisy, while the transmission is unrefined. For better power delivery on the highway, look for a model that comes with the available 283-horsepower V6 engine, which is paired with a smoother-shifting six-speed automatic transmission.

This Dodge has a fairly cushioned ride over imperfect surfaces, and it handles well around corners, especially if you’re driving the sport-tuned R/T trim. Front-wheel drive is standard, and V6-powered models are available with all-wheel drive.

Does the 2015 Dodge Journey Get Good Gas Mileage?

The base 2015 Journey has some of the worst fuel economy estimates in the class, earning just 19 mpg in the city and 25 mpg on the highway. Gas mileage with the available V6 engine drops to 17/25 mpg city/highway, and all-wheel-drive models shave another 1 mpg off those numbers.

2015 Dodge Journey Towing Capacity

The Journey can tow up to 2,500 pounds when properly equipped.

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2015 Dodge Journey Interior

How many people does the 2015 dodge journey seat.

The 2015 Dodge Journey seats five, and an available third row increases seating capacity to seven. Cloth upholstery and reclining second-row seats come standard. Available seating amenities include genuine leather upholstery, a six-way power-adjustable driver’s seat, tilting and sliding second-row seats, reclining third-row seats, and heated front seats. Second-row built-in child booster seats are also available.

The Journey has plenty of in-cabin storage space, and it's available with a fold-flat front passenger seat with a storage compartment beneath the cushion. The front seats are relatively comfortable and supportive, and the second row is adult-friendly. However, the third row feels cramped. It can accommodate a couple of small-sized children, at best.

How Many Car Seats Fit in the 2015 Dodge Journey?

For installing child safety seats, there are two complete sets of LATCH car-seat connectors for the second row's outboard seats and a tether connection with one lower anchor for the middle seat. There are no third-row LATCH connectors. The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety gave this system the second-lowest rating of Marginal for its ease of use.

2015 Dodge Journey Features

The 2015 Dodge Journey comes with the Uconnect infotainment system, which features a 4.3-inch touch screen, six speakers, and a USB port. Heated mirrors, dual-zone manual climate control, and push-button start are also standard.

Available features include tri-zone automatic climate control, remote start, an 8.4-inch touch screen, Bluetooth, satellite radio, hands-free text messaging, navigation, and a rear-seat entertainment system with a 9-inch screen.

Dodge’s Uconnect infotainment system is one of the Journey’s best features. It includes a large, easily readable display with crisp graphics. The menu structure is straightforward and works similarly to that of a smartphone. Plus, the Journey includes physical buttons for adjusting audio and climate settings, making it easier to operate these features while keeping your eyes on the road.

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2015 Dodge Journey Dimensions

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The two-row Dodge Journey has 39.6 cubic feet of cargo space behind the second row. The three-row Journey has 10.7 cubic feet of space behind the third row, 37 cubic feet behind the second row, and a total cargo capacity of 67.6 cubic feet with the second and third rows folded. These dimensions are smaller than what most midsize SUVs provide.

2015 Journey Length and Weight

The 2015 Journey is 16 feet long. Its curb weight ranges from 3,818 to 4,238 pounds. The Journey’s gross vehicle weight rating ranges from 5,005 to 5,600 pounds.

Where Was the 2015 Dodge Journey Built?

Dodge assembled the 2015 Journey in Mexico.

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Why Buy a 2015 Dodge Journey?

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Are You Considering a 2015 Dodge Journey? Here Are Some Reasons For and Against

The Dodge Journey is a crossover vehicle that has the appeal and flexibility to win a lot of fans. The vehicle offers the space and creature comforts of a basic car, while still maintaining some sport utility features. The 2015 Dodge Journey represents another attempt by a legendary manufacturer to bring seven passenger convenience to the midsize market.

Like other vehicles in the same class, the 2015 version of the Dodge Journey offers up flexible seating arrangement, a comfortable ride, and sharp looks. Of course, what sets this vehicle apart from the competition is the third row seating, which is easily converted to extra cargo space.

Aside from a few extra colors, changes to this vehicle from the previous year are virtually nonexistent. The below article will explain a few reasons that might help shoppers consider the car and a few reasons why potential customers might want to look at a few other options.

Ten Reasons to Purchase the 2015 Dodge Journey - the Pros

Entertainment System

The 2015 Dodge Journey will win the hearts and fingers of every occupant of car with the 4.3-inch Uconnect touchscreen infotainment center. With physical buttons and knobs to complement the touchscreen controls, the radio, navigation, and other applications are easily managed. The screen size can be doubled on the base model to 8.4-inches, which is standard on Limited and R/T trim packages.

Sharp Interior

The interior of the vehicle is crisp and well designed. Everything from great looking easy to read gauges to cup holders easily within reach are present for drivers of every size. Of course, the presence of similar design throughout the crossover make the 2015 Journey very family friendly.

Versatile Power Provider

Considering all the electronic gizmos and gadgets that travel with families these days, the presence of USB port is a priceless feature. Families can charge anything and everything they desire with a conveniently located port.

Plenty of Places to Put Stuff

One thing the Dodge Journey is not short on is storage options. The bins underneath the second row of seats is a great place for the kids to store all kinds of things, and the storage bin located under the driver’s floor is a perfect hiding place. In addition, with the seats folded down just about anything imaginable will fit in the 67.6 cubic feet of space.

Space for People

Nothing is more frustrating than not being able to stretch out in a crossover. However, this model of the Journey provides ample leg room for the driver, passenger, and the backseat occupants. Adults of all sizes will find plenty of space. The third row seating can get a little tight, but children will find the area perfect for enjoying rides of any length.

Smooth & Quiet

Being able to drive on the highway and not sound like a NASCAR race is a big advantage, and the Dodge Journey provides a quiet and comfortable ride. The suspension and engine work in tandem to make getting there half the fun again.

It Looks as Good as It Drives

Attractive and unique might just understate the appearance of the 2015 Dodge Journey. The chrome accents are tastefully done and the lines of the vehicle are pleasing to the eye.

Simple & Straightforward to Operate

Push button start, a comfortable steering wheel, and a shiftable automatic transmission keep the operation of this vehicle in the wheelhouse of drivers of every experience level. The parking sensors make backing up a simple process, and the overall vehicle operation is appreciated by reviewers.

Many Available Upgrades

As with any vehicle these days, the 2015 Dodge Journey offers up a number of upgrades over a few different trim packages. Possible options include internet access, a bigger Uconnect touchscreen, and some great looking exterior choices.

Very Attractive Price Tag

With a base price in the area of $20,000 this model offers great affordability for families looking for vehicles with third row seating. While the upper trim package can quickly climb to $33,000, families shopping for vehicles that provide comfort, versatility, and space, are going to want to check out this model.

Four Reasons Not to Buy a 2015 Dodge Journey - The Cons

Bigger Could Be Better

While the third row seating of the Dodge Journey is a major asset in this price point, families with older children might be better served by checking out some of the bigger vehicles available for more space in that important back row.

Four Cylinder Engine

For vehicle as big as the Journey, the four cylinder engine offers little in the way of performance, because it has to pull a lot of weight. The available V6 upgrade provides relief from this issue, but the added costs could offset any balance between budget and desired performance.

Front Wheel Drive

Since front wheel drive is standard on the base model of the Dodge Journey, the upgraded trim packages feature the all-wheel drive that really fuels the crossover appeal of the vehicles. Again, the added cost of those packages has to be sorted out in the finely tuned dance of price versus budget.

Gas Mileage

The four cylinder engine does not provide that zip a vehicle of this size should contain. While the available V6 has that power, both engines feature nearly identical fuel efficiency of 19 city and 23 highway miles per gallon. Those totals probably mean more trips to the gas station for any family that has a lot of running to do.

While the 2015 Dodge Journey might not have the best fuel mileage or the best power in the vehicle class, it provides a nice affordable option for anyone looking to take advantage of spacious interior combined with a great infotainment package. The vehicle is versatile, great to look at, and provides plenty of storage options for the family on the go. Long road trips or short jaunts to practices are more enjoyable when clutter and cargo can be safely and securely organized. From an overall perspective, the 2015 version of the Dodge Journey delivers a winning grade.

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The 2015 dodge journey is at once an alternative to minivans and large crossovers, with intelligent packaging and good value..

The Dodge Journey neatly splits the difference between a wagon and a more upright crossover or SUV. Though it flies mostly under the radar, the Journey has been steadily improving over the years and is now a competent crossover, offering seating for up to seven passengers.

With smart packaging and a far nicer interior, plus better roadholding and handling than the original, today's Journey is more flexible than five-seat competitors and includes a lot of features for the price. While it sells in roughly the price range of compact crossovers, it's dimensionally larger--meaning you get more car for the money. Larger families may find it suits their needs without the thirst for fuel and sheer on-the-road bulk of larger seven-seat mid-size crossovers like the Toyota Highlander or the much longer Nissan Pathfinder.

We appreciate that Dodge has shaken off the same-as-the-other-guy sheetmetal that clothes other crossovers, giving the Journey lines that are refreshingly different, even if they're no longer necessarily fresh. The look isn't totally out there, but different enough to avoid that same-old-family-vehicle styling rut. Inside, the Journey follows a smooth, swoopy look and simple layout, with large dials and knobs and an LCD touchscreen framed by high-quality materials.

The Journey's base engine is a 2.4-liter four-cylinder good for 177 hp. It is mated exclusively to an aging four-speed automatic and front-wheel drive. Although rated for slightly better gas mileage, this engine feels strained most of the time. The step-up engine is a 3.6-liter V-6 that makes 283 hp; power is routed through a six-speed automatic to either the front or all four wheels. The V-6 is much more modern, quieter, and has plenty of power to move the Journey around.

The Journey's handling is reasonably responsive. Chrysler recently reworked the suspension to include stiffer, better-responding shocks and a lower ride height in front, and it's honed some of the duller responses the Journey had in its initial model years. The ride quality remains a strong point, with the proper damping and roll control for a family vehicle, but the rather quick steering ratio feels a little out of place.

Dodge and Chrysler clearly applied some of its long-honed expertise with minivans to the Journey's interior, as people and cargo really fit well and there are plenty of smaller spaces for personal items, toys, and accessories. Front seats are what we’d best describe as ‘American-sized’—think wider than most. Back-seat accommodations are among the best you’ll find in any vehicle this size, and the seats are contoured to fit adults; the seatback is adjustable for rake, and the whole bench slides fore and aft a few inches, so it’s easy to get comfortable back there. The rear seat folds fully flat, and under the rearward portion of the cargo floor there’s a huge space vast enough for a couple of laptop bags.

The Journey is offered in an extensive lineup, with AVP (American Value Package), SE, SXT, Crossroad, Limited, and R/T models. You'll need to step up to SE models to get the V-6 engine or all-wheel drive. But even with the base model you get power windows, locks and mirrors; air conditioning; cruise control; pushbutton start; a cooled glove box; a telescoping steering wheel; and an AM/FM/CD player. Bluetooth isn't included on the base model, but it is a $395 option. Seven-passenger seating is available even on the base model, while you'll need to get the SXT to get the UConnect media center option. That includes an 8.4-inch touch-screen that at the top of the lineup can combine with a Garmin navigation system. Sirius Satellite Radio and TravelLink features are available, along with a premium audio system.

Changes for 2015 are few. Models equipped with the 8.4-inch touch-screen display include five years of free Sirius XM Traffic and TravelLink. Formerly optional 17-inch aluminum wheels are now standard on Journey SE AWD models, previously a $595 option. And there are some new paint options: Billet Silver Metallic and Blue Streak Pearl.

2015 Dodge Journey Styling

The journey's shape is holding up well; its newer cabin is still a handsome workplace..

Like the rest of the package, the Journey's styling strikes a nice balance between wagon and SUV. It has its own look in the crossover space, and nicely blends some minivan practicality into something with a more interesting shape.

While its profile may look a slab-sided, the chiseled sheetmetal and flared wheelwells feel refreshing and different in an era of crossovers that typically skew to either the very boxy or incredibly curvaceous ends of the spectrum. Its square shoulders, crosshair grille and smartly embossed fenders make it look at least a little athletic, especially considering its compact size. 

Inside, the Journey has a smooth, swoopy look. The layout is simple, with large dials and knobs framed by high-quality materials. Open the Journey's door, and a bolt of metallic trim directs you quickly across a more softly sculpted dash, with suave finishes and tight fits. The contoured center stack gets mixed in with round cut-tube gauges and a blocky steering wheel, and it all hangs together, along with a big LCD screen (on some versions) and no-fuss climate controls that ride sidesaddle on that strip of bright trim. Although the interior materials are dark, there's enough well-placed brightwork to break it up and also give it a slightly more upscale feel.

2015 Dodge Journey Performance

Pass up the four-cylinder: the v-6 journey has good acceleration, though handling's just okay..

The Dodge Journey offers power with a modicum of economy, as long as you choose the right engine.

The Journey isn't the right option for those looking for top-shelf fuel economy or a four-cylinder engine. The standard engine is a rough, 173-horsepower 2.4-liter four-cylinder with a four-speed automatic that disappoints in virtually every way possible. It's just not powerful enough to move the Journey with confidence. The four-cylinder, if you're still interested, is available only with front-wheel drive.

The V-6 model is the one to aim for. Its 3.6-liter 'Pentastar' engine produces 283 hp and is linked to a six-speed automatic transmission. That six-speed works well when you're really pushing the Journey, but we've experienced some shuddering in stop-and-go traffic. The six is required for all-wheel drive, but it's also available with front-wheel drive.

The Journey's handling is reasonably responsive. Its suspension loads and unloads confidently, like that of a lower and leaner vehicle, and there's none of the excessive bounding or wallowing when you hit a bump mid-corner with some taller crossovers. The ride quality remains a strong point, with the proper damping and roll control for a family vehicle. And while the hydraulic-assist steering system gets it right with weighting, the rather quick steering ratio feels a little out of place in a vehicle this size, and with this purpose.

2015 Dodge Journey Comfort & Quality

The journey's unexpected storage impresses us far more than its skimpy third-row offering..

The Journey seems most intended for families, and parents will find a lot to like inside. Lessons learned in the minivan game have trickled down to the Journey, with intelligent seating arrangements, plenty of cubbies scattered around the cabin, and even some underseat and underfloor spots to stash things. Whether hauling people, cargo, or a mix, the Journey is flexible enough to accommodate your needs.

Front seats are what we’d best describe as ‘American-sized’—think wider than most. Back-seat accommodations are among the best you’ll find in any vehicle this size, and the seats are contoured to fit adults (two of them, or three kids); the seatback is adjustable for rake, and the whole bench slides fore and aft a few inches, so it’s easy to get comfortable back there.

In back, folding the seats forward takes an extra step—you slide the middle portion of the outboard cushions up and forward first—but the reward is that you get a lower, flatter load floor as well as that better contouring. There are also many thoughtful solutions for storing odds and ends, and keeping some of them out of sight. For instance, the cushion of the passenger seat flips up to reveal a bin underneath, while below the rearward portion of the cargo floor there’s a huge space vast enough for a couple of laptop bags.

Journeys optioned with the third-row seat offer good occasional-use space for smaller folks. Adults probably won't want to head back, but that's generally the case in anything with three rows outside a minivan.

The cargo hold specs out at a swell 37 cubic feet behind the second row, and a tight 10.7 cubic feet behind the raised (optional) third-row seat. Flip everything down behind the front seats, and you can fit a half-dozen flat-screen TVs in the Journey's 67.6 cubic feet of space.

2015 Dodge Journey Safety

Crash-test scores have been about average, but the journey failed one crash test rather spectacularly..

The 2015 Dodge Journey is generally well-rated for safety, even though its structural layout is aging and wasn't designed with today's specific tests in mind.

Every Journey comes standard with dual front, side, and curtain airbags; stability and traction control; active head restraints; and four-wheel disc brakes with anti-lock control. Integrated child booster seats are also offered for the second row. And we recommend the optional rearview camera and parking sensors, since visibility to the rear can be difficult, especially with a packed vehicle.

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) gives the 2015 Journey four stars for frontal crash and rollover protection. While the 2015 model lacks an overall rating or one for the side-impact category, the mechanically identical 2014 received an overall rating of four stars and a top five-star individual score for side-impact protection, both of which should carry over.

The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) gives the 2015 Journey its top rating of 'good' on all four tests it conducted: moderate-overlap front crash, side crash, roof strength, and seats and head restraints. But it earned a 'poor' rating in the small overlap frontal test—in a showing that was bad enough for the IIHS to call it out as particularly poor.

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2015 dodge journey features, it may ride on an older platform, but the journey has some of the most up-to-date infotainment features in its class..

With six models to choose from, there's no shortage of variety in the Journey lineup. For 2015, the roster includes the American Value Package (AVP), SE, SXT, Crossroad, Limited, and R/T trim levels.

The built-to-a-price American Value package includes a decent amount of features, such as power windows, locks and mirrors; air conditioning; cruise control; 17-inch wheels; pushbutton start; a cooled glove box; a telescoping steering wheel; and an AM/FM/CD player. Bluetooth isn't included on the base model, but it is a $395 option. Seven-passenger seating is also available. The SE adds window tinting and roof rails, and makes the V-6 available, as well as all-wheel drive.

You'll also need to get the SXT, at minimum, to get the UConnect media center, an option that we appreciate for its ability to easily control a wide range of devices ranging from iPhones to SD cards (it even quickly indexed one with 16 GB of music). The system includes an 8.4-inch touch-screen that at the top of the lineup can combine with a Garmin navigation system that isn't all that intuitive. Sirius Satellite Radio and TravelLink features are available, along with the premium audio system, and a DVD entertainment system for backseat passengers is also optional.

The Crossroad model is mostly appearance, with 19-inch wheels, platinum exterior accents, and leather seats with mesh inserts. The Limited model includes standard UConnect, leather, and the 19-inch wheels. At the top R/T level you add appearance upgrades like red accent stitching, satin-carbon aluminum wheels, and a six-speaker, 368-watt premium audio system.

2015 Dodge Journey Fuel Economy

Six-cylinder journeys get average fuel economy; the four-cylinder doesn't make the grade..

The Journey's gas mileage is acceptable. The four-cylinder doesn't get the sky-high numbers you'd want to see for its thin, noisy performance, while the V-6 accelerates well--as it should for its relatively low numbers.

Technically, the base four-cylinder engine and four-speed automatic transmission produce the best mileage ratings in the lineup--an EPA-rated 19/26 mpg. That's lower than most other four-cylinder crossovers, and not at all impressive.

The V-6 versions have somewhat lower numbers, but they're directly competitive with other V-6 crossovers, and we've seen good numbers in real-world driving, with results that meet or beat the Journey's 17-mpg city, 25 highway EPA ratings. Over about 700 miles of driving—across Michigan, and including a mix of freeway driving, family-hauling, and suburban side trips—we averaged 24 mpg. That's not far from what we've seen in four-cylinder crossovers this size in that kind of driving, and those models' powertrains aren't as satisfying as this V-6.

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The Dodge Journey is a mid-size crossover SUV manufactured from 2009 to 2020. Although it’s not in production anymore, there are many excellent used models for purchase. If you’re interested in this vehicle, you might wonder - what are the Dodge Journey years to avoid?

There’s a lot to consider when investing in a new vehicle for your life. If you’re going to spend money on a car, it should be a great one that will last. Read on to learn more about which Dodge Journey years to avoid and which one to look at as a potential future investment.

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Dodge Journey Years to Avoid

The Dodge Journey has had some great models, but there are also some Dodge Journey years to avoid if you are thinking about investing in a used model. There are many reasons why you should stay away from these versions.

The Dodge Journey years to stay away from include:

These are some of the worst years in existence for the Dodge Journey.

Many factors have made these years of the Dodge Journey challenging for the average driver. We’ll dive further into these next so you can better understand the reasoning behind selecting these as the Dodge Journey years to avoid. We can help you with the decision aspect of your next vehicle investment. 

What Makes These Years Worth Avoiding?

As we mentioned, several things make these Dodge Journey years worth avoiding. There are more than three issues with these years, but we’ll go over three of the most prominent to give you a solid idea of the most common problems you’ll encounter. According to carcomplaints.com , some of the top reasons that make these years worth avoiding include:

  • Brake problems 
  • Engine issues
  • Interior accessory troubles 
  • Interior water leaks
  • Malfunctioning remote keyless entry

These were not the only problems with the Dodge Journey years listed above, but they were the most apparent.

Read on to learn about each of these issues in more detail. The more you know about the potential problems you can face with the faulty models, the better a decision you can make about your next car choice. There are lots to consider when preparing to make an investment this large.

THE MOST RELIABLE YEAR FOR THE DODGE JOURNEY

Although there’s a ton of information, we’ve narrowed down the critical portions for your car-hunting needs. Read on to learn more about the most reliable year Dodge Journey , the least reliable selection, and anything else you should know.

Brake Problems

Brake problems were the most prominent issue that emerged with the Dodge Journey, especially the 2009 model. This is an inconvenience and wildly dangerous for those who drive at high speeds. You don’t want a vehicle that struggles to maintain proper brakes.

Some brake problems include:

  • Premature brake and rotor wear
  • Noisy brakes
  • Calipers that lock up

These are just a few brake problems that can emerge if you select one of the problematic Dodge Journey years.

Brakes are a critical aspect of any vehicle. If you select one of the above models and don’t maintain your brakes, you could face danger and wild expenses in the future. This issue stands out as the worst of the Dodge Journey’s faulty years.

Engine Issues

Engine issues are the second problem in the faulty Dodge Journey years. Engine problems can be expensive and even dangerous depending on where they occur. If you’re a driver, engine problems are not something you want to deal with daily.

Some of the engine problems include:

  • Dying engine while driving
  • Ticking sound from the engine
  • Check engine light always on

It’s safe to say that none of these engine issues appeal to drivers, no matter how small they seem.

You’re paying lots of money for a used Dodge Journey, so why pick one with severe engine faults ingrained in its system? Go with a more reliable model to ensure that you stay safe on the road and save money.

Interior Accessory Troubles

Finally, interior accessory troubles are one of the final issues that plague some models of the Dodge Journey. These problems can deal with anything from the vehicle’s door to the car’s window and everything in between. 

These issues are both a nuisance to the typical car owner and an unnecessary expense. The more things break, the more it will cost to fix them. It’s vital to invest in a version of the Dodge Journey that has a stable interior so you can avoid the pain of fixing interior accessory breakages regularly.

Interior Water Leaks

Owners of the 2009-2018 Dodge Journeys have compromised their comfort of dampness inside the cabin. Apparently, the cabin is susceptible to water leaks which may occur at the low mileage of 58,000 miles.

According to the reports, the driver seat floor of the Dodge Journey may become moist whenever you’re driving in the rain. In some complaints, there are also leaks found near the rear side of the Journey, which may get your floor and carpet wet. Leaks were also reported near vents, windows, and headliners. You may need a professional to seal the leaky areas and solve this issue.

Defective Remote Keyless Entry System

There’s no shortage of neat features offered by the 2009-2017 Dodge Journeys – unfortunately, the remote keyless entry function isn’t one of them. The remote keyless entry system is one of the most reported issues with the Dodge Journey.

According to frustrated owners, the system refuses to work properly as you’ll either get wrong key readings or the dreaded “key not detected” message. In some cases, the system also interfered with the key fob that prevented drivers from locking or unlocking the doors. A software update is required to fix the issue.

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We talked about some of the worst years of the Dodge Journey, but what about the best? It’s vital to understand your options before you go all in and put your money down on a used vehicle. We’ll go over some of the best choices for Dodge Journey years below.

According to carcomplaints.com , some of the best years for the Dodge Journey include:

  • 2015 Dodge Journey - If you want a used SUV that seats up to seven passengers, the 2015 Dodge Journey is a great option. However, make no mistake, the 2015 Journey is simply an OK SUV and you’re probably better off with its competitors. However, it offers good long-term reliability along with reasonable pricing.
  • 2016 Dodge Journey - The 2016 Journey is better than the previous year, and it’s more affordable than its segment competitors. It offers an intuitive infotainment system, versatile seating and cargo features, and fair reliability ratings.
  • 2017 Dodge Journey - The 2017 Dodge Journey comes with a low average list price, which is great if you’re buying used. Furthermore, it provides a comfortable ride and a sleek infotainment system. In terms of reliability, it received some fair scores but nothing too impressive.
  • 2018 Dodge Journey - Although the 2018 Journey may be more reliable than the models to avoid, it doesn’t have strong predicted reliability scores. Its main selling points are affordable pricing and low ownership costs.
  • 2019 Dodge Journey - The 2019 Journey offers good dependability and fuel economy. Other than that, it can be a hit or miss, especially in build quality. If you can find a good price for it, then by all means. Otherwise, this model is certainly a skip.

These years have been some of the best to date with the Dodge Journey.

If you are looking for the best Dodge Journey year to buy, these make for excellent options to choose from for your future. Look into each of them a little more to determine if they’re right for you. Whichever one you select, it’s sure to be better than the faulty years listed above.

Understanding which Dodge Journey years to avoid can save you lots of trouble in the long run. Many problems come with some models, such as engine failures and transmission breakages. If you can find a version of the car that won’t leave you with expensive repairs, you should purchase it as your next vehicle.

The Dodge Journey is an excellent car, but some years have faults. We hope that this information was helpful so you can select your next car without issue. There’s a lot to consider when dealing with a used car investment, and we hope to make it a little easier for you. There are lots to consider.

Frequently Asked Questions: Dodge Journey Years To Avoid

Q: which dodge journeys should potential buyers be wary of when considering a used vehicle.

A:  If you’re in the market for a used Dodge Journey, avoid the 2009, 2010, 2011, and 2012 model years. These particular years have been identified as the most problematic.

Q: What are some of the most common issues reported by owners of the Dodge Journey model years to avoid?

A:  Owners of the 2009-2012 Dodge Journeys have reported a variety of problems, including brake issues such as premature wear, noisy operation, and locking calipers; engine troubles like dying while driving, ticking sounds, and persistent check engine lights; and interior accessory malfunctions.

Q: What engine problems have been reported for the problematic years of the Dodge Journey?

A:  Engine issues are another significant concern for the 2009-2012 Dodge Journeys. Owners have experienced problems such as the engine dying while driving, ticking sounds coming from the engine, and the check engine light remaining constantly illuminated.

Q: Which model years are considered safer options?

A:  If you’re in the market for a used Dodge Journey, consider the 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018, and 2019 model years. These years have generally received better reviews and had fewer reported problems than the earlier model years mentioned above. 

Are Dodge Journeys typically reliable?

First appearing for the 2009 model year and being discontinued after 2020, the Dodge Journey has a mixed reliability record. In particular, buyers will want to stay away from the initial model years for a more dependable ownership experience. 

How much does a used Dodge Journey typically cost?

The high demand for affordable family vehicles and tight supplies have significantly increased the cost for used Dodge Journeys. According to CoPilot Price Pulse , a 2013 Journey has a typical asking price of $10,020, which is 37% higher than what it would be in normal market conditions. A 2019 Journey costs $20,601 (including a 29% market premium). 

Is the Dodge Journey a good car to purchase?

Not every Dodge Journey model year is known for reliability. That’s something to consider before making a purchase. Research the most reliable years of the Dodge Journey before looking for what to buy. 

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*A series of guides on shooting Street Photography in cities around the world. Find the best spots to shoot, things to capture, street walks, street tips, safety concerns, and more for cities around the world. I have personally researched, explored and shot Street Photography in every city that I create a guide for. So you can be ready to capture the streets as soon as you step outside with your camera!

At over 12 million people, Moscow is the largest city in Russia and second largest in Europe by population ( Istanbul is #1). An urban, cosmopolitan metropolis with more than enough glitz and glam to cater to the elite, but without losing its fair share of Soviet era roughness around the edges. It can be fast paced, brash, busy, and trendy like other big cities, but it has its blend of West meets Russia atmosphere and beauty that provides plenty of unique interest. The Red Square is as famous as it gets, but there’s so much more to this city, including the most beautiful subway system you’ve ever seen. It would take years to capture all of Moscow, but that means you have an endless amount of areas to discover.

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So here’s a Street Photography guide so you can be ready to capture all that Moscow has to offer before you even arrive!

  • Patriarch’s Pond
  • Old Arbat Street
  • Maroseyka Street
  • Tverskoy Boulevard

Top 5 Street Spots:

1. red square.

The Red Square is the most famous square in not just Russia, but all of Eastern Europe. The name actually doesn’t come from the color of the bricks or communism, but from the name in Russian, Krásnaya, once meaning “beautiful” before its meaning changed to “red.” This large plaza is what you see on the cover of guide books and magazines for Moscow, with St. Basil’s Cathedral being the center piece next to Lenin’s Mausoleum surrounded by the Kremlin Wall. Of course, the Red Square attracts hordes of tourist due to the main attractions, but all that activity around an interesting atmosphere does provide street photo opportunities. It’s also the central square connecting to the city’s major streets, providing a good starting point to explore outward.

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You’ll also find the popular pedestrian only Nikolskaya Street connecting the Red Square to Lubyanka Square. This line of expensive shops includes plenty of activity, while also leading you to another popular square. Filled with history rivaling any city, the Red Square and surrounding areas are the heart and soul of Russia.

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2. Patriarch’s Ponds

Patriarch’s Ponds is one of the most exclusive neighborhoods in Moscow. Despite the name being plural, there’s only one large pond, but it’s worth a visit with your camera. It’s a popular spot for locals and expats to come relax or take a stroll around the pond. You get an interesting mix of young and old too, from young love to “babushkas” feeding pigeons. It’s a very peaceful park atmosphere in one of the nicer areas within the city center, while bringing enough activity for street photography. 

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The pond is shallow and in the winter becomes a popular spot for ice-skating too. The area is also well-known for the location in the famous Russian novel, The Master and Margarita. 

3. Old Arbat (Stary Arbat)

Old Arbat is the most famous pedestrian street in Moscow, and dating back to the 15th century, also one of its oldest. Originally, it was an area of trade, but soon became the most prestigious residential area in Moscow. During the 18th century, Arbat started attracting the city’s scholars and artists, including Alexander Pushkin. Cafes lined the streets and impressive homes filled the neighborhood. Since then, New Arbat street was created as a highway in the area, while Old Arbat was paved for a 1km pedestrian only walkway.

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Due to the historic buildings, famous artists that lived here, and the bohemian atmosphere, Old Arbat has become a big attraction for tourists today. Now, there’s a mix of cafes, restaurants, souvenir shops, street performers, street merchants and other attractions for visitors, and some locals, to come enjoy. It can get really busy here and there’s usually something interesting going on so it’s a good street to come walk with your camera for guaranteed life.

4. Gorky Park

One of the most famous places in Moscow is Gorky Park. The official name is Maxim Gorky’s Central Park of Culture & Leisure, which gives you an idea of what goes on here. When built, it was the first of its kind in the Soviet Union. Divided into two parts, it stretches along Moscow River. One end contains fair rides, foods stands, tennis courts, a sports club, a lake for boat rides, and more. This end brings more active life due to its number of attractions, while the other end is more relaxed, where you’ll find gardens, trees, older buildings, and an outdoor amphitheater.

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Gorky Park attracts mostly locals so it’s a good spot to capture the non-tourist side of Moscow life. Muscovites come here to escape the city and unwind in a picturesque setting. The park remains alive outside of the warmer months too, especially when the lake turns into the city’s largest outdoor skating rink. I’d recommend taking the metro out here to spend at least half a day exploring the massive park’s life with your camera.

5. Maroseyka Street

Maroseyka Street is a popular area not too far from the Red Square. The long, winding street turns into Pokrovka and is lined with restaurants, cafes, bars and places to stay. It’s actually where I like to stay when I’m in Moscow due to its location and solid street photography opportunities itself. You have Kitay-gorod station near and if you keep walking southwest, you’ll get to the Red Square. But if you walk northwest, as it changes to Pokrovka, you can find a long street of activity for photography with its own interesting atmosphere.

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6. Tverskoy Boulevard

Tverskoy Boulevard is the oldest and longest boulevard in Moscow, beginning at the end of Nikitsky Boulevard, and finishing at Pushkin Square, a spot to come for activity itself. The boulevard is made up of two avenues, with pedestrian walkways in-between. You’ll find grass, shrubbery, trees, benches and more walking it’s almost kilometer length. Many people come here to enjoy some relaxation, walk their dog, or just to use it to walk wherever they’re going. Its center location also provides a nice place to walk with your camera near plenty of other spots you’ll want to check out anyway.

Sample Street Walk:

For a full day of Street Photography, covering some of the best spots, you can follow this sample street walk for Moscow:

  • Start your morning walking around the Red Square (1), while exploring the surrounding area, including Nikolskaya Street
  • Then walk northwest to Patriarch’s Ponds (2) and slowly walk the pond and surrounding area with your camera
  • Next, walk east to the Pushkin Monument and stroll down Tverskoy Boulevard (6)
  • Once Tverskoy Boulevard (6) ends, it will turn into Nikitsky Boulevard. Follow this down until you get to the start of Old Arbat Street (3), across from Arbatskaya station
  • After you’re done walking down Old Arbat Street (3) for more street photography, spend some time checking out Moscow’s beautiful metro stations
  • To finish off the day with more street photography, get off the metro near Red Square (1) again, Maroseyka Street (5) or wherever you’re staying for the night.

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3 Things I’ll Remember about Shooting in Moscow:

1. museum metro.

The Moscow metro system was the first underground railway system in the Soviet Union and today includes 203 stations across 340km of routes. The elaborate system has some of the deepest stations in the world too, with escalators that seem to go on forever. None of this is what makes it so special, though. Many of its stations feel like stepping inside a museum, making it without a doubt the most interesting and beautiful metro system I’ve been in.

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When built, Stalin wanted to make the metro stations “palaces for the people” with marble, chandeliers, and grand architecture. The best part is the variety of architecture and styles used, making many of the stations a completely different experience visually. You could easily spend a whole day traveling the stations and there are even tours available for people who wish to do just that. My advice, though, would be just to buy a ticket and hop on and off at different stations, while exploring different lines. The museum-like surrounding mixed with the crowds of characters can make for a great photography experience.

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Since there are so many stations, here are some of my favorites to check out:

  • Novoslobodskaya
  • Mayakovskaya
  • Elektrozavodskaya
  • Komsomolskaya
  • Ploschad Revolyutsii
  • Dostoyevskaya
  • Prospekt Mira

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2. Moscow is Big

It’s no secret that Moscow is a big city, but it can feel even bigger with how spread out much of it is. This is especially true if you compare it to cities outside of Asia. If I compared it to cities in Europe, I’d probably say only Istanbul would warrant more time to really discover the depths of this city. Most only explore around the Red Square and surrounding area, but that is such a small part of the city. Although, that central area does give you plenty to see on its own.

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Fortunately, I had a good friend living in the city to show me around, but it opened up my eyes even more to how much there is to discover in Moscow. It’s a big city with a variety of atmosphere that can take you from “east” to “west” and trendy to rugged depending on where you go. I’d imagine you’d have to live here a while to really know the city.

3. Cosmopolitan Mix of East meets West

Modern skyscrapers mixed with amazing architecture, a world-class metro system with museum-like beauty, trendy fashion and chic clubs, Moscow is a rich mix of Russian culture and history in a more western cosmopolitan package. There is a push to keep the Russian culture, while also pushing forward with a modern metropolis the whole world will envy. This comes with an impressive skyline, that continues to grow, and endless modernities, but with soviet nostalgia and atmosphere mixed in for good measure.

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Mixed in with this grand western cosmopolitan atmosphere, is a strong national pride in Russia. This includes their famous leader, Vladimir Putin. Maybe no other place will you see a country’s leader more often. All over, from the pricey tourist shops to the underground walkway stalls, you’ll find goods with Putin’s likeness covering them. From t-shirts to magnets to Matryoshka dolls. There’s a strong national pride that can be seen around the city, which also extends to their leader. Moscow is many things. It’s East meets West, modernizations meets Soviet era, and a whole lot more.

What To Do For a Street Photography Break?:

Eat at a stolovaya.

Stolovayas are Russian cafeterias that became popular in the Soviet days. You grab a tray and walk down the line of freshly prepared local dishes, and select whatever you want from the chefs. They’re usually inexpensive and a much better value than restaurants, while giving you the opportunity to try from a wide selection of everyday Russian food. They’re also very tasty. I always include some borsch on my tray and go from there. The places themselves are all over Moscow and usually come with Soviet-era aesthetics to complete the experience.

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Street Safety Score: 7

*As always, no place is completely safe! So when I talk about safety, I’m speaking in general comparison to other places. Always take precaution, be smart, observe your surroundings and trust your instincts anywhere you go!

Being the 2nd largest city in Europe with over 12 million people, you’re going to have your dangerous areas, but for the most part, it feels safe walking around. Russia is statistically higher in crime compared to most of Europe, but this generally doesn’t apply to tourists and visitors. Around the Red Square and surrounding city center, you should feel completely safe walking around. Pick pocketing can happen, but no more than other touristic places. I always explore Moscow freely without coming across too much to worry about. It’s a spread out city, though, so of course it matters where you are. Just use basic street smarts, know where you are and Moscow shouldn’t give you a problem. 

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People’s Reaction Score: 7

Moscow is fast paced, big city life, which usually means people aren’t too concerned with you, or your camera. I don’t find people notice or pay much attention to me when I’m out taking photos in Moscow. For the most part, people just go about their day. You shouldn’t get too many looks or concern. But it can depend on the area you are in. The more you stick out, the more you might get noticed with suspicions. I’ve never had any problems in Moscow, or Russia, but just be careful who you’re taking a photo of if you get out of the city center. Other than that, it’s about average for reactions. 

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Street Tips:

Learn the alphabet .

Much of Moscow, including the metro system, doesn’t use english. The Russian alphabet uses letters from the Cyrillic script, which if you aren’t familiar with it and don’t know the sounds, can be hard to decipher the words. This is most important for street names and metro stops when trying to get around. It can save confusion and make it easier getting around if you learn the basic alphabet. At the very least then, you can sound out the words to see which are similar in the english conversion, which can help matching them to maps. When out shooting street photography, getting around is as important as anything. So save yourself some time and frustration by learning the Russian Alphabet.

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Use the metro

While Saint-Petersburg feels very walkable for a city its size, Moscow can feel very spread out, even for its bigger size. Outside of the Red Square area, you can have plenty of walking before getting anywhere very interesting, so you’ll need to take the metro a lot if you really want to explore the city. Maps are deceiving here too, it will always be further than it looks.

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Another reason it’s less walkable than Saint-Petersburg is its completely different set-up. Moscow’s streets are mostly contstructed in rings with narrow, winding streets in-between. This is common with medieval city cities that used to be confined by walls, but you usually don’t have it in a city this massive. Saint-Petersburg has a more grid-like pattern that also uses the canals to help you know your way around. When it comes to navigating on foot in Moscow, it can be more difficult, so bring a map and take the metro when needed. It’s why Moscow’s metro carries more passengers per day than the London and Paris subways combined.

Explore other areas if you have time

Moscow is really big. While most people stay around the Red Square within the Boulevard Ring, there’s so much more to the city. I covered some other spots outside of this circle, but if you really want to see the city, you’ll need time. If you do have time, some other areas I’d check out first are Zamoskvarechye, along some of the south and western Moscow.

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Inspiration:

For some more inspiration, you can look through the Street Photography of Moscow photographer Artem Zhitenev  and check out 33 of my photos taken in Moscow .

Conclusion:

Moscow’s name brings a certain mystique, but once you’re there it might bring a different atmosphere than you expect. It’s big and sprawling, but beautiful in many ways. It can feel like a European capital on a grand scale, but you can definitely find its Russian side in there.

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The urban sprawl of Moscow can be intimidating, but give it enough time and you’ll be rewarded with plenty to discover. All with the world’s best metro system to take you around.

I hope this guide can help you start to experience some of what Moscow contains. So grab your camera and capture all that Moscow has to offer for Street Photography!

If you still have any questions about shooting in Moscow, feel free to comment below or email me!

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