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Car companies show off new Euro models and 'green' concept cars. Some could be for sale here soon.

Dodge Journey
Dodge is working hard to make a name for itself in Europe. That's why it unveiled the Dodge Challenger there last year before showing it off in the United States. This year, the world gets its first look at a new Dodge crossover wagon at the Frankfurt Auto Show before it's revealed in the U.S.

As in America, crossover SUVs are becoming increasingly popular in Europe. In the U.S., the five-seat Journey will be offered with an optional two-seat third row. Novel features will include a "child presenter seat" which allows part of the second-row seat to move two inches forward so the driver can more easily attend to the child. (This is for use when the vehicle is parked, of course.) The full second row can move forward and back 4.7 inches.

The Journey will have a six-speed automatic transmission and a 3.5-liter 235-horsepower V6 engine.


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Since these models are only now being unveiled in Europe, U.S. prices and fuel economy estimates are not available.
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