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Dodge Durango

Price $44,195 – $57,195
Fuel consumption 9.6 – 16.6 L/100km
The Car Guide rating 74%(view ratings)
This midsize SUV has a decidedly practical nature. Even more so this year, as the Dodge division tweaked this model's lineup by offering several new standard features. The base version and its 3.6L V6 engine will suit most buyers, but the optional 360-horsepower V8 will ensure improved performance and better towing capacity (up to 7400 pounds or 3356 kilograms).

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Test Drives2021 Dodge Durango SRT Hellcat: What the Hell is That?
The new 2021 Dodge Durango SRT Hellcat is arguably one of the strangest vehicles you can find on the market right now. Why? Well, think about it. This is a medium-to-large SUV with seating for up to seven and aging looks, yet it packs a monstrous engine delivering over 700 …
Test Drives2021 Dodge Durango: A Dinosaur We Adore
With the Journey gone, the Durango is now Dodge’s last remaining SUV—at a time when most companies choose to offer fewer cars and more SUVs. Ironic, eh? The popular Grand Caravan is a Chrysler now, too, leaving only the Charger / Challenger duo to share the spotlight with the Durango.
Previews2021 Dodge Durango: Five Things to Know
The 2021 Dodge Durango gets a host of improvements that will please drivers (and their families) with a fondness for technology and especially big power. It’s no wonder the company describes this SUV as a five-door muscle car. The first deliveries in Canada are scheduled for this fall. Pricing starts …
Test Drives2018 Dodge Durango SRT: Pro Linebacker
When Dodge was fine-tuning the 2018 Durango SRT around Virginia International Raceway, it tested the rig with and without an air intake fitted in the lower left corner of its front fascia. Realizing it was quicker this way around the track by 1.2 seconds, the SRT geeks decided to leave …

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NewsScores of Jeep, Dodge Vehicles Flooded at Shipping Yard
Heavy rain hit the Detroit area hard in the past few days, causing a ton of damage and problems even for automakers. A shipping yard near Stellantis’ Jefferson North Assembly Plant, where a large number of vehicles were awaiting to be shipped to dealers, transformed into a lake. Pictures shared …
NewsMore Dodge Durango SRT Hellcats to Roll Off the Line
When it announced the all-new Dodge Durango SRT Hellcat last summer, Stellantis (then FCA) expected to sell a bit less than 2,000 units in North America. However, demand is so strong that production—initially slated to run from January to June 2021—will be extended. How many more Durango SRT Hellcats will …
NewsDodge Admits Muscle Cars Have an Electric Future
Can you hear that? That’s the bell tolling for the combustion engine. And naturally, big, gas-guzzling V8s will be among the first to go, which is bad news for certain car brands in particular. Dodge is one of them. It now has just three models, all of which are focused …
NewsDodge Improves Charger and Durango Enforcer Vehicles for 2021
Dodge has announced its new 2021 Charger and Durango Enforcer vehicles designed to help police across North America enforce law and order more effectively. The promise is enhanced officer safety, vehicle responsiveness and fuel efficiency. Let’s start with the Charger Enforcer, which no longer settles for the HEMI V8 and …
New ModelsDodge Unleashes Wicked Trio Led by Durango SRT Hellcat
Dodge is completely focused on its three muscle cars for 2021 and the wicked new models officially announced today will make fans and competitors go crazy for different reasons. There is plenty to say and see (don’t miss our mega-photo gallery), so let’s not waste any time. 2021 Dodge Durango …
NewsIs a Dodge Durango Hellcat Hiding in This Video?
Last week, FCA announced two new customization options for the 2020 Dodge Durango SRT including a Black appearance package and a Redline dual stripe stretching across the entire length of the vehicle. That’s nice, but what about performance-enhancing features? As they say, good things come to those who wait… Just …
News2018 Dodge Durango SRT: Pricing Announced!
The all-new, high-performance version of the midsize Durango SUV will be on sale in Canada during the fourth quarter of 2017, and its MSRP has just been revealed. The 2018 Dodge Durango SRT will be offered at a starting price of $72,495, before adding freight and delivery charges of $1,795.

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