Dodge Durango Owner's Manuals
The Durango is a full-size SUV with seating for 7. The vehicle combines American openness and simplicity together with strength of character and assertiveness.
The car is made with both rear and all-wheel drive.
The first generations did not differ much from each other. The third generation differs in the load-bearing body. The model has a lot in common with the Jeep Grand Cherokee.
The exterior of the car has become more aggressive and powerful. The LED bezels of the main light gave the car an alarming appearance. The front bumper is equipped with side sections. The model got rid of the massive grille with the trademark elongated cross. The Durango features a more restrained grille with small cells.
The stern is distinguished by a new bumper and a spoiler on top of the luggage compartment door.
The front dashboard has received some changes as well. The center console with a touchscreen multimedia display is slightly turned towards the driver. The screen diagonal varies depending on the configuration of the vehicle and can reach 10.1 inches. On the dashboard are conveniently placed analog dials and a large screen. The vehicle can have two or three rows of seats.
Powertrains remain the same: The 3.6-liter six-cylinder atmospheric engine for the Citadel, GT, and SXT trims and the 5.7-liter V8 engine. The engines are mated to an 8-speed automatic transmission.
Particular attention is attracted to the heart SRT – 8-cylinder power unit with a capacity of 6.4 liters, which is able to deliver 482 hp Such a model is combined with all-wheel drive and launch control.