2013 Dodge Journey R/t Sport Utility 4-door 3.6l on 2040-cars
and interior are in Great Condition
Dearborn Heights, Michigan, United States
Beautiful 2013 Dodge Journey R/T Sport Utility 4DR SUV (3.6L,6CYL)...
-Loaded with 3.6L, 6CYL Engine, Automatic Transmission, Front-Wheel Drive, 20K miles only!!!
~This vehicle is fully loaded with gorgeous features; Alarm System, Cruise Control, Bluetooth Connectivity, Leather Seating and Steering Wheel Trim, Heated Seats, Bumper Sensors/Camera, Back-Up Camera, DVD player, Sound System, Amazing A/C/Heating, Keyless Start, Rear Parking Aid, Power Windows/Mirrors, and WAY more!! It will NOT disappoint!
~For Further Questions/Comments
Feel Free to Call or Text (248)525-5975 Mon-Fri 9-6 PM!
Note:: This vehicle has a state of Michigan rebuilt title due to the fact that the rear bumper was replaced !!The REBUILT title mentioned above which is as good as a clear title but with a salvage history can be registered anywhere in the U.S or CANADA.
*****This vehicle will come with a FREE 3 months/4,500 mile POWERTRAIN warranty which includes ENGINE/TRANSMISSION/ALL MAJOR COMPONENTS AND SO MUCH MORE...
Extended warranties available upon request as well.
This is your chance, to own a beautiful 2013 Dodge Journey R/T Sport Utility 4DR SUV!!!!
You are more than welcome to inspect and check the vehicle by taking it to any dealership for inspection or at mechanical you know or even you welcome to bring your own inspector with you and are all even before you pay for the vehicle.
Both the exterior and interior are in Great Condition; Clean and Fresh!!!!!!
We can help you to TRANSPORT - EXPORT
this vehicle Anywhere in the US, Canada or Worldwide!
Will ship your vehicle to your desired destination anywhere in the states at dealer discounted hauler/freight services.
Areas are as follows which include neighboring/surrounding states as well.
N.Y area- $400
Florida area- $500
Texas area- $600
California area- $800
Dodge Journey for Sale
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Take a look below for all five videos, then head into Comments and let us know what you think.