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A far cry from today’s Durango SRT Hellcat, but we all gotta start somewhere. Check out what MotorWeek thought of the 1998 Dodge Durango when it was fresh on the scene.
Show 1723 | Original Airdate 2-14-1998
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Most of the time, a lot of the very best choices packages are concealed behind a lot more costly trims with bigger, thirstier engines. Dodge is democratizing its packages a little bit with the new Durango GT Rallye Appearance Plan.
The Dodge Durango GT Rallye Appearance Plan includes sportier wants to the GT trim, which, while not the base trim, still relies upon Dodge’s V6 engine. Not just is the V6 extra reliable, its rate is considerably even more easily accessible.
The package adds a performance hood, front fascia as well as LED fog lights, which are obtained from the V8-powered R/T and also SRT versions. The package will certainly set you back $1,495, and it could be had in one of seven shades: DB Black, Granite, In-Violet, Octane Red, Redline Red, Vice White as well as White Knuckle.
The Durango GT is readily available in both rear-wheel-drive and also all-wheel-drive versions, with a starting price of $37,895. Its V6 produces 295 horsepower and 260 pound-feet of torque. Despite the smaller sized engine, it can still tow a lot– 6,200 extra pounds, to be exact. Common tools includes leather-trimmed seats, two rows of warmed seats, a power liftgate and also 20-inch black alloy wheels.
The Durango GT Rallye Look Bundle is offered for ordering currently, and also Dodge kept in mind that it’s only readily available for a restricted time, but it really did not specify how much time it’ll be offered