How much does it add to the car’s price?
To get a third row in the 2009 Dodge Journey, you’ll have to look at SXT and R/T trim levels; the base SE isn’t available with a third row.
On the Journey SXT ($23,925, not including a $675 destination fee), a third row is part of Flexible Seating Group option. It adds $995 to the price of a front-wheel-drive Journey or $920 to an all-wheel-drive model. This package includes a flat-folding third row plus a second row that tilts and slides forward for easy access to the third row. Also included is a climate control system for rear passengers.
On the R/T (starting at $27,585), the Flexible Seating Group option costs $1,220 for front-wheel-drive and all-wheel-drive models.
The third row can fit two passengers, but full-sized adults will find it cramped. Like many small or midsized SUVs, the third row is typically best suited for people with smaller builds.
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