The Dodge Durango is a midsize three-row SUV model produced and sold by the Dodge division of Stellantis (formerly Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA)). Currently the largest model and only SUV model offered by Dodge, the Durango is sized and priced above the recently discontinued Dodge Journey midsize SUV and Dodge Grand Caravan minivan.
The first Dodge Durango model introduced in 1997 was marketed as a truck-based SUV like the current Chevy Tahoe and GMC Yukon models. However, as the Dodge brand has changed, so too has the Durango. Now in its third generation, the Durango has been redesigned and restyled as a sporty and powerful counterpart to the Challenger and Charger muscle cars.
The Dodge Durango is expected to be discontinued in the next few years as the Dodge brand pivots to electrification. It is unknown if an EV replacement for the Durango is in the works.
- 2021 Dodge Durango (Starting MSRP $32,962)
- Pros: The Dodge Durango features sharp and unique SUV styling, more towing power than any other model in its class, and a wonderfully powerful V8 engine option.
- Cons: The Durango favors power over efficiency, making it a gas-guzzler. Additionally, it lacks a lot of the standard safety technology of its rivals, and its third-row is tight for most passengers.
- See Also: Challenger and Journey
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