2001 Durango 5.9 R/T start with Magnaflow muffler. All else stock. Washington DC 2018
2001 Dodge Durango Parts
Generally, most of the most effective choices plans are hidden behind more pricey trims with bigger, thirstier engines. Dodge is democratizing its plans a bit with the brand-new Durango GT Rallye Appearance Bundle.
The Dodge Durango GT Rallye Appearance Bundle includes sportier looks to the GT trim, which, while not the base trim, still relies upon Dodge’s V6 engine. Not just is the V6 more efficient, its rate is significantly even more available.
The plan includes a performance hood, front fascia and LED haze lights, which are borrowed from the V8-powered R/T and SRT models. The plan will set you back $1,495, and it can be had in one of seven shades: DB Black, Granite, In-Violet, Octane Red, Redline Red, Vice White and White Knuckle.
The Durango GT is available in both rear-wheel-drive and all-wheel-drive variations, with a starting rate of $37,895. Its V6 produces 295 horse power and 260 pound-feet of torque. In spite of the smaller engine, it can still tow a great deal– 6,200 pounds, to be accurate. Common equipment consists of leather-trimmed seats, 2 rows of warmed seats, a power liftgate and 20-inch black alloy wheels.
The Durango GT Rallye Appearance Bundle is available for getting now, and Dodge noted that it’s just available for a minimal time, yet it didn’t specify for how long it’ll be available