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As the team at Motor Pattern found when it included one to its long-lasting fleet, the Dodge Durango GT is a roomy, functional SUV that’s likewise sportier than you might expect. That said, with a 295-hp V-6 under the hood, it’s no place near as powerful as the Durango SRT 392 Yet with the new Rallye Look Bundle, you could at the very least offer the Durango GT an SRT-inspired look.
Announced today, the Rallye Look Bundle uses a more aggressive front end, a sportier hood, and also LED foglamps. It might not be necessary, however Dodge says the hood scoop and also vents are in fact useful. If you tow a lot, it probably can’t harm.
For contrast, the front end of a Dodge Durango SRT 392. ” Much of our clients love the performance look of the Durango R/T and also Durango SRT, however more than happy with the prize-winning Pentastar V-6 engine’s 295 horse power and also the superb gas effectiveness it provides,” said Steve Beahm, FCA’s North American head of automobile, in a launch. “This new Durango GT Rallye Look Bundle offers those three-row SUV buyers the best of both worlds.”
The Rallye package is available to order now for $1,495 and also be available in seven various shades. Taking Into Consideration the Durango GT starts at $38,990 including location, that brings the base price of a Rallye-equipped Durango to $40,485.