Durango: Fuel-saving stop-start technology is now standard on Durangos equipped with the 3.6-liter V-6. An optional sport mode said to tweak steering assist, throttle response, and shift timing for sportier performance is available for the first time on all trims. The Citadel trim gets a monochromatic exterior package. A Brass Monkey appearance package (20-inch burnished-bronze wheels, gloss-black grille, and more odd embellishments) will hit the Durango later in the year and taste of malt liquor and orange juice. ► More Cars Models on website
More often than not, the majority of the very best choices plans are concealed behind extra expensive trims with bigger, thirstier engines. Dodge is democratizing its plans a little bit with the new Durango GT Rallye Appearance Plan.
The Dodge Durango GT Rallye Appearance Plan adds sportier aims to the GT trim, which, while not the base trim, still depends on Dodge’s V6 engine. Not just is the V6 extra reliable, its price is considerably more obtainable.
The package adds an efficiency hood, front fascia and LED haze lights, which are borrowed from the V8-powered R/T and SRT designs. The package will set you back $1,495, and it could be had in among seven shades: DB Black, Granite, In-Violet, Octane Red, Redline Red, Vice White and White Knuckle.
The Durango GT is offered in both rear-wheel-drive and all-wheel-drive variations, with a starting price of $37,895. Its V6 puts out 295 horsepower and 260 pound-feet of torque. Despite the smaller engine, it could still tow a whole lot– 6,200 pounds, to be exact. Basic equipment includes leather-trimmed seats, two rows of heated seats, a power liftgate and 20-inch black alloy wheels.
The Durango GT Rallye Appearance Plan is offered for ordering currently, and Dodge kept in mind that it’s just offered for a restricted time, yet it didn’t specify for how long it’ll be available