2018 Dodge Durango | CarGurus Test Drive Review Vancouver Washington 2018
Dodge Durango 2018
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Dodge’s 707-hp Hellcat engine suggests that it thinks about power a little differently than most of its competitors. But using that engine in a 3-row crossover might have struck even hotfoot parents, not to mention anyone worried about mileage, as a little too much. So for 2018 the Dodge Durango welcomes a new SRT trim with a 475-hp V8 as well as standard Apple CarPlay/Android Auto and a reversing camera across the lineup. More athletic trims also get a new hood with vents.
The Durango offers three engines. A 3.6-liter V6 with 293 hp and 260 lb-ft of torque offers best-in-class towing at 6,200 pounds. The R/T gets a 5.7-liter V8 with 360 hp and 390 lb-ft that provides towing capacity of 7,400 pounds. And the SRT’s 6.4-liter V8 makes 475 hp and 470 lb-ft and offers 8,700 pounds of towing capacity, also best in class. All Durangos use an 8-speed automatic, and all trims except the SRT are available with rear-wheel or all-wheel drive; the SRT is available only with all-wheel drive. Read the full review on CarGurus:
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As the group at Motor Pattern discovered when it added one to its long-lasting fleet, the Dodge Durango GT is a sizable, functional SUV that’s also sportier than you may expect. That claimed, with a 295-hp V-6 under the hood, it’s no place near as powerful as the Durango SRT 392 However with the brand-new Rallye Look Bundle, you can at the very least give the Durango GT an SRT-inspired look.
Announced today, the Rallye Look Bundle supplies a much more aggressive front end, a sportier hood, and LED foglamps. It could not be necessary, however Dodge states the hood inside story and vents are in fact functional. If you tow a lot, it probably can not injure.
For comparison, the front end of a Dodge Durango SRT 392.
” A number of our consumers enjoy the efficiency look of the Durango R/T and Durango SRT, however more than happy with the prize-winning Pentastar V-6 engine’s 295 horse power and the superb gas effectiveness it delivers,” claimed Steve Beahm, FCA’s North American head of passenger cars, in a launch. “This brand-new Durango GT Rallye Look Bundle provides those three-row SUV buyers the very best of both globes.”
The Rallye bundle is available to order now for $1,495 and come in seven different colors. Thinking About the Durango GT begins at $38,990 consisting of destination, that brings the base price of a Rallye-equipped Durango to $40,485.