About Dodge Durango

    The Dodge Durango rolled off the line in 1998. It is a midsize SUV that was designed to take the place of the Ramcharger in the Dodge lineup, and got its start constructed off of Chrysler's N platform along with the Dodge Dakota. When it was first introduced, the Dodge Durango was equipped with a base 3.9L Magnum V6 and only available in four-wheel drive. Engines were mated to a four-speed automatic transmission. The available V8 was a 5.2L Magnum V8, but it was replaced in 2000 with a 4.7L PowerTech configuration. Also in 2000, the R/T trim level was unveiled, which showed off a 5.9L Magnum V8 good for approximately 250 horsepower. In 2001, the interior of the model was given the most attention, as Dodge redesigned the inside with the refined accessories, such as dash controls, dual-zone climate control, door panels, and a standard six-speaker stereo system.

    2002 ushered in the SXT trim level, which became the entry-level version of the model. Four-wheel disc brakes were added throughout the Durango lineup for 2003. There were not any other major changes to the Dodge Durango parts for the remained of the first generation. Dodge went on to unveil the second-generation Durango a year later. The SUV was offered in four trim levels: SXT, SLT, SLT Plus, and Limited. The base engine was a 3.7L PowerTech V6 capable of 210 horsepower and 235 pounds-per-foot of torque with the next step up being a holdover 4.7L PowerTech V8 good for 235 horsepower and 300 pounds-per-foot of torque. Of course, the engine that got the most attention was the well-publicized HEMI V8, which cranked out 335 horsepower and 370 pounds-per-foot of torque. All engines were directed through a four-speed automatic transmission.

    Two new trim levels joined the lineup in 2005: the Night Runner and the Adventurer, which gave the Durango a total of six different trims for drivers to choose from (although by 2008, both would no longer be available). Updates came for the 2007 model year, as the Durango was given a new front-end design which included such revised accessories as grille, hood, headlights, and fenders. Other improvements to the Dodge Durango parts included electronic stability control, rear-park assist, a tire-pressure monitoring system, and a one-touch turn signal. The fall of 2008 brought on the Durango Hybrid. The Durango Hybrid showcased a 340-hp HEMI in conjunction with Chrysler's new Two-Model Hybrid system which increased fuel mileage up to a combined (city and highway) 20 miles-per-gallon (in 2009, that number would rise to 22). However, the Dodge Durango Hybrid was distributed on a somewhat limited basis. Since its arrival, the Dodge Durango has been a solid SUV success story for the American automaker. From model years 1999 through 2005, Dodge averaged over 139,000 units sold per year of the Durango. The model has also received numerous awards from around the industry, including being named to Car and Driver magazine's Ten Best List (1998) as well as being dubbed a Consumer Guide Recommended Buy numerous times (1998, 2001, 2002, 2005, and 2006).

    The Dodge Durango offers the heavy-duty strength that truck lovers crave without all of the extra "truck." As a full-size SUV, the Durango is a stylishly dominant machine, racking up points all over with its accommodating, spacious interior and accessible driver-side options. The Durango is a lean, mean reminder of what Dodge is capable of, as this model also has the performance to rock dynamite when traversing off the beaten path. A solid favorite that incorporates its very own style, the Dodge Durango has loyal drivers from coast to coast.

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    Dodge Durango Continues to Turn Heads & Impress
    Dodge Durango Continues to Turn Heads & Impress

    The all-new Dodge Durango has been on the streets for six-months and still its owners can't help falling in love with driving it again. The makeover given to the new model made it more refined and still, able to do many things. The model comes equipped with a 3.6L Pentastar V6 engine (which is rated to be one of the best engines produced in the 2011) or the HEMI, that can carry the family and a trailer giving an impressive MPG.

    The interior was redesigned in the way of providing a superior level of comport to the occupants, any long distance trip in this vehicle would feel as a walk in the park. The new suspension and chassis wouldn't make your bones rattle, yet taking you through the places where other vehicles may fail.

    The owners of the new Durango took part in the survey provided by the J.D.Power company, the result of the Overall Initial Quality Study showed that Durango is considered to the One of the Best SUVs.

    The automotive press was lucky to test Durango before it appeared at the dealership. They’ve seen firsthand its great features that make this crossover SUV a joy to drive. Peter Valdez-Dapena from CNN along with the editors and writers from Automobile Magazine had a chance to get behind the wheel and find out for themselves.

    2011 Dodge Durango Gets Another Award
    2011 Dodge Durango Gets Another Award

    February 2011 brought yet another award to the Dodge Durango, which had been recently selected as the Truck of the Show for the Cleveland Auto Show. This time it was MotorWeek that honored the redesigned crossover. CEO of the Dodge brand accepted the award at the 2011 Chicago Auto show on March 10, 2011.

    Since 1983, MotorWeek annually checks new vehicles to pick the best ones and present them with the Driver's Choice Award. MotorWeek looks at the vehicles from a buyer’s point of view and evaluates such factors as technology, practicality, performance, and value. It seems that this year there have been a lot of decent vehicles as the 2011 Durango shares the award in the Best Large Utility category with the 2011 Jeep Grand Cherokee. The MotorWeek's team pointed out the world-class handling and fuel-efficient, powerful engines of the Dodge Durango, recognizing that the brand creates quality products, which exceed customer expectations.

    Nowadays, consumers want new vehicles to be green and efficient. At the same time, they don't want to lose in comfort and style. Well, the MotorWeek Drivers' Choice Award, just like other awards, proves that the Dodge Durango is a really worthy SUV to be bought.

    The Glorious Comeback of the Dodge Durango
    The Glorious Comeback of the Dodge Durango

    Launched in 1998, the Dodge Durango quickly became popular. Eventually, the model was hit heavily by changing times and the Durango seriously lost its position in the market. With a revised look and feel, the Dodge Durango returns in model-year 2011.

    Risen from the ashes Durango is based on the Jeep Grand Cherokee platform. The redesigned vehicle promises better handling, improved fuel efficiency, 28 seating configurations with up to 85 cubic feet of cargo and storage areas, as well as more options. As expected, engines will be the new V-6 providing 6,200 lbs of towing and the optional Hemi V-8 making up to 7,400 lbs of towing.

    Pricing for the new Durango starts at $29,195 for the rear-wheel drive and $31,195 for the four-wheeler.

    With the 2011 Dodge Durango, Chrysler makes a solid attempt to meet the requirements of tough competition and take back some of its market share in the SUV segment.