2018 DODGE DURANGO SRT 392 REVIEW, PRICE AND SPECS – For the 2018 model year, Dodge finally saw fit to stick its 6.4-liter Hemi V8 in the seven-seat Durango SUV, creating the Durango SRT. When the Durango SRT hits dealers later this year, you’ll be able to pick one up for $63,000 plus a $1,095 destination fee, which makes it $4,000 cheaper than its FCA sibling, the Jeep Grand Cherokee SRT.
You can have this engine in either the Challenger or Charger R/T Scat Pack for under $40,000, but neither of those cars offer the same people-and-stuff hauling capabilities as the Durango. With a 4.4-second 0-60 mph time and a 12.9-second quarter-mile time, Dodge claims the Durango SRT is the quickest SUV in the three-row class.
As we discovered when we added one to our long-term fleet, the Dodge Durango GT is a roomy, versatile SUV that’s also sportier compared to you could anticipate. That claimed, with a 295-hp V-6 under the hood, it’s no place near as effective as the Durango SRT 392. However with the brand-new Rallye Look Package, you could at least provide the Durango GT an SRT-inspired look.
Revealed today, the Rallye Look Package offers a more aggressive front end, a sportier hood, and LED foglamps. It could not be required, but Dodge states the hood scoop and vents are in fact useful. If you tow a great deal, it probably cannot harm.
” Much of our customers love the performance look of the Durango R/T and Durango SRT, but are happy with the prize-winning Pentastar V-6 engine’s 295 horsepower and the excellent gas effectiveness it provides,” claimed Steve Beahm, FCA’s North American head of auto, in a launch. “This brand-new Durango GT Rallye Look Package offers those three-row SUV buyers the best of both worlds.”
The Rallye package is readily available to buy now for $1,495 and come in 7 different colors. Considering the Durango GT starts at $38,990 including destination, that brings the base price of a Rallye-equipped Durango to $40,485.