Power Sunroof, Navigation, Remote Start, Nappa Leather Seats, Heated/ Ventilated Front Seats and Heated 2nd-Row Seats, Power-Operated Front Seats, Heated Steering Wheel, Power Tilt & Telescopic Steering Wheel, 8.4-Inch Touchscreen, HID Headlights, Power Liftgate, Apple Carplay, Android Auto, Alpine® Premium Audio System With 9 Amplified Speakers, Subwoofer and 506-Watt Amplifier, 60/40 Fold-and-Tumble Second-Row Reclining Bench Seat, featuring a Padded Centre Armrest with Cup Holders, and 50/50 Split-Folding Third-Row Seat, ParkView® Rear Back-Up Camera, Park-Sense® Front and Rear Park Assist, Performance-Tuned Steering and Suspension, Automatic High Beams, 5.7L HEMI® Variable Valve Timing (VVT) V8 with Fuelsaver Multi-Displacement System (MDS) and 8-Speed Automatic Transmission with Paddle Shifters, All-Wheel Drive (AWD), Sport Mode, 20-inch Gloss Black Aluminum Wheels, Universal garage door opener, Trailer-Tow Package with Integrated Trailer Brake, Balance of Factory Warranty and only 13,198 kms
The only family-friendly crossover with muscle-car street cred.
The Dodge Durango occupies a sweet spot in the SUV world. On one hand, it has the capabilities of a large people-hauling crossover with three rows of seats. On the other, it’s a durable unibody SUV with the towing abilities you’d expect of a full-size truck. And for 2019, it has been improved in several ways to enhance its self-proclaimed position as “the Dodge Charger of the three-row SUV segment.”
CAR&DRIVER REVIEW: Dodge, the bad-boy brand of Fiat Chrysler, is home to some of the most tire-roasting, sideways-driving muscle cars in the automotive kingdom. An SUV with seating for up to seven doesn’t sound as if it would fit into that lineup, but the Durango easily earns its place alongside the Charger sedan and the Challenger coupe with the Hemi V-8. Sure, there are more practical crossovers available, but the trade-offs are small. The Durango’s towing capacity easily bests its rivals in this class, and sitting atop its contoured dashboard is the most intuitive infotainment system around. When it comes to SUVs, the Durango offers the most swagger and charm in this segment, and that’s why we’ve named it to our Editors’ Choice list multiple times.
The 2019 Dodge Durango is a midsize SUV with the traits of a full-size SUV. It can seat up to seven, tow a remarkable 8,600 pounds and leave the competition in the dust with muscular V8 power. It even has useful off-road abilities and includes Apple CarPlay/Android Auto smartphone integration as standard.
The SUV market is more crowded than a highway on a long holiday weekend. So, how do you stand out in a sea of sameness? First, veer off the beaten path and leave the pack behind. Second, while the other SUVs concentrate on simply being utilitarian vehicles, hone in on being a sport utility vehicle. Don’t focus on the number of cup holders; focus on the amount of horses under the hood.