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Dodge Durango Guide
Get the best online car shopping experience with expert reviews of the Dodge Durango. Read more to learn about the most important features and important factors to consider when researching the Dodge Durango.
Though the Dodge Durango has long been classified as a midsize sport-utility vehicle, its designers actually made it a half-size larger to fill the niche between the midsize and full-size SUV classes. As such, the Durango is often just the right size for those folks who need more interior room and towing capability than a typical midsize SUV can deliver, without the bulk and parking struggles of a full-sizer. Discover the ins and outs on used Dodge Durangos, available now in Carvana's inventory.
Infotainment System Among Best In ClassWhen it comes to infotainment offerings, the Durango is a standard-bearer for its segment. The Durango's Uconnect 8.4 infotainment system is incredibly easy to use, with large virtual buttons, intuitive menus, and helpful secondary physical controls. Regardless of whether you're a tech expert or not, you'll be hard-pressed to find something better than what the Durango offers.
Spacious Third-Row SeatsNeed a large vehicle to accommodate your large family? The Durango is an ideal choice in this situation. With enough room for eight passengers, the Durango is one of the few vehicles on the market that has a third row that can comfortably seat adult-sized occupants.
Strong Towing CapacityExcluding the Durango's R/T trim, every Durango comes standard with a 3.6-liter V6 that cranks out 290 horsepower and can tow 6,200 pounds. The latter figure is considerably more than most segment rivals. The R/T bests that number by towing 7,400 pounds when properly equipped.
Fuel EconomyConsidering the Durango is a large SUV, no one reasonably expects it to be a top performer at the fuel pump. And that's fine, though the Durango is even less economical than many of it's competitors, getting an EPA estimated 20 mpg combined with the standard V6, and 17 mpg combined with the optional V8.
Interior RefinementCompared to other vehicles in its class, the Durango is somewhat of an also-ran in this segment. Generally speaking, the Durango's cabin material quality is mediocre when stacked up against vehicles with more soft-touch surfaces and materials by comparison.
SteeringOne of the chief complaints when it comes to the Durango is how heavy it feels behind the wheel. Because of its weight, the Durango's handling feels lethargic and its steering lacks precision. If you're used to driving a smaller vehicle, the Durango could take some time to get accustomed to.
Dodge Durango Reviews
4.7 OUT OF 5 (64 Reviews)