I know I’ve already thrown up one video of a burnout with the Road & Track, but it was lacking in smoke due to being in third gear. Decided that I’d sit on it longer this time to give a larger cloud. Not bad for a stock SUV, the 5.7 Hemi definitely helps though. The Durango 6.4 SRT has nothing on me. LoL
As the team at Electric motor Trend uncovered when it added one to its lasting fleet, the Dodge Durango GT is a sizable, functional SUV that’s likewise sportier than you could anticipate. That said, with a 295-hp V-6 under the hood, it’s no place near as powerful as the Durango SRT 392 But with the brand-new Rallye Look Plan, you can at least offer the Durango GT an SRT-inspired look.
Reported today, the Rallye Look Plan provides a much more aggressive front end, a sportier hood, as well as LED foglamps. It may not be necessary, but Dodge states the hood scoop as well as vents are actually useful. If you tow a whole lot, it possibly can’t harm.
For contrast, the front end of a Dodge Durango SRT 392. ” A number of our clients love the efficiency look of the Durango R/T as well as Durango SRT, but more than happy with the award-winning Pentastar V-6 engine’s 295 horse power as well as the exceptional fuel performance it provides,” said Steve Beahm, FCA’s North American head of passenger cars, in a launch. “This brand-new Durango GT Rallye Look Plan offers those three-row SUV customers the most effective of both globes.”
The Rallye package is offered to buy currently for $1,495 as well as come in 7 various colors. Considering the Durango GT starts at $38,990 including destination, that brings the base rate of a Rallye-equipped Durango to $40,485.