The 2018 Dodge Durango has arrived at local Ohio dealerships, including Sherry Chrysler. With this updated version of the family-friendly SUV on the lot, it is time to make sure that you are familiar with its features and what separates this model from the previous model year. As always, the Durango is the largest SUV in the Dodge lineup, featuring your choice of two or three rows of seating. There is also the familiar choice of rear-wheel drive or all-wheel drive.
New SRT Trim
Perhaps the biggest news for the 2018 Dodge Durango is the addition of a new SRT trim level. This trim gives you a 6.4-liter V8 powertrain that delivers 475 horsepower and lets the SUV reach 60 mph from a standstill in only 4.4 seconds. It only takes 12.9 seconds for the new Durango SRT to complete the quarter mile. In addition, this trim is ready to tow 8,600 pounds.
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When the Dodge experts sat down and designed the 2011 DodgeDurango, they were designing it as if they would be driving it themselves. They wanted it to be a car that they would want to drive.
Jack Dolan, Chief Engineer of the 2011 Dodge Durango understood that the owners want the utmost quality in their new Dodge. According to Dolan, this is the most tested Dodge Durango in the history of the line, which is proven by the 13.5 million miles of quality testing that was performed. It was tested in many conditions, even including the hot climate of the Arizona desert, mountains, and the coldest regions in the North. This was all done to ensure that the Durango was equipped to handle any task, in any climate.
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The Dodge Durango a 4-door SUV that seats up to six people. This car is sporty, adaptable, and flexible. With over 50 possible seat configurations and 85 cubic feet of interior cargo space, you can take advantage of its versatility to fit your needs.
In addition to all of the Dodge Durango’s noteworthy hauling capabilities, storage capacity and flexibility, and efficient performance, one of the 42 safety features stands out to me: the ParkSense Rear Park Assist.
The ParkSense Rear Park Assist is a technology that becomes active when you shift your Dodge Durango into Reverse and you are driving no more than 10 mph.
The system works by utilizing four sensors in the rear bumper that scan for obstacles up to 79 inches (200 cm) away from your vehicle.