I really like this car, and I did not think that I would. I switched to this Dodge after always driving GM cars. But the last two I owned were terrible (06 Impala, 03 Malibu).
For a four cylinder engine, it moves well, and gets excellent mileage, I've been getting 30+ on my highway commute to work on a regular basis. My 4 cylinder Malibu got mid 20's on a good day...
It's very quiet, both in town, and on the highway.
Roomy interior, although, compared to my Impala, it is smaller by quite a bit.
It has a lot of standard safety features, which is reassuring when my teenager drives it.
I like that I did not have to buy the higher end model to get heated seats and a factory remote start.
Drives and handles well in snow and slippery road conditions. The only real complaint is that the blind spots from the rear pillars are terrible. I have, however, since gotten used to them. The other two models I compared, the Ford Fusion and the Honda Accord, do not have this problem.
The Dodge dealer I purchased from has been fantastic, for both the purchase and the maintenance. A year later and I got a second follow up call asking how I like the car and if it's working for my lifestyle. I've never gotten any kind of follow up from my Chevy dealership...
All in all, I am very happy with this purchase. We are currently looking at replacing my Wife's (a little less problematic) Trailblazer with a 2011 Journey because of how happy we have been with this car.