The 2014 Dodge Journey is an SUV that dabbles in a few segments thanks to its low entry price of $20,990 (including destination) undercutting many compact SUV prices and its midsize-SUV-like capability of hauling up to seven occupants with an optional third row of seating. The Journey's cargo space also straddles the line of compact to midsize with 10.7 cubic feet of cargo space behind the optional third row, 39.6 cubic feet behind the second row and a maximum 67.6 cubic feet.
The smallish 10.7 cubic feet behind the third row doesn't leave much room for a full load of groceries. In the Dodge family, you'll have to step up to the larger Durango for more cargo room behind the third row (17.2 cubic feet) or fold the Journey's third row flat for more cargo space. Plus, the Journey's tall cargo floor height didn't make loading heavy items very easy.