Dodge Durango


  
CARBARN | Dodge Durango | The new Dodge Durango marks the first step in Dodge 's "product onslaught for 2011," and shares virtually nothing with the last-generation Durango That was discontinued in 2009. The V6 will return 16 city, and 23 highway miles per gallon in two-wheel drive (rear), and loses one mpg to 22 highway if equipped with four-wheel drive. The Hemi suffers a sizable hit on fuel economy, coming in at 14 city, 20 highway in 2WD, and 13 city, 20 highway in a 4WD.


Inside, the Durango's look is derivative of other recent Chrysler products, namely the new Grand Cherokee. The Express model is obviously the base model, but still features Such Things as standard fog lamps, automatic halogen headlamps, power external mirrors with defrost (manual foldaway), chrome grille surround, keyless entry, air conditioning, 18-inch wheels and more.


Progressing through the trim levels will add Various content, ranging from larger 20-inch wheels to roof racks, but the big shots of the show is the Citadel, the which adds niceties Such as High Intensity Discharge headlamps (Also on R / T model), texture for unique chrome grille, rain-sensing wipers, 20-inch chrome wheels, Nappa leather seats with Axis II pefrorated Nappa leather inserts, leather-wrapped steering wheel with radio and phone controls, power tilt and telescoping column and more. More than just a stretched Jeep Grand Cherokee, the Durango is designed primarily for on-road use.

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