Used Dodge Durango
The Dodge Durango holds a popular spot in the driveways and garages of America thanks to its passenger, cargo and towing capabilities. The comfortable interior works for hauling people and cargo, and the powerful V6 gets start/stop technology to help fuel economy. However, if you really want to put the spurs into it, the 360-horsepower Hemi V8 is the way to go. This hot-rod version of the Durango serves up seriously quick acceleration and passing power, plus the added benefit of being able to tow 7,400 pounds.
Used Durango Interior
The Dodge Durango interior feels much more upscale than many of its competitors, especially in the higher-end Limited and Citadel models with their heated and ventilated front seats. The second row can be either a bench for 7-passenger hauling, or two captain’s chairs for a more luxurious experience, plus pass-through access to the third row. Interior noise levels are quite low, and seat comfort in all three rows is admirable.
Used Durango Exterior
The Dodge Durango makes good use of LED accent lights. Under the projector-beam headlights are LED eyeliners that serve as daytime running lights. In back, a cool LED array makes a double span across the rear end. The Durango grille comes in three different designs, ranging from simple chrome on SXT through Limited models, chrome plus a chrome mesh on Citadel, body color over black on R/T models. R/T models also get more body-colored trim, as well as the R/T’s lower ride height.
Used Durango Standard Equipment
Newly standard on all recent Durangos is stop-start technology for V6-equipped models. Otherwise, things are a standard Uconnect infotainment system with voice command, 18-inch aluminum-alloy wheels, fog lights, and heated power side mirrors. There’s also a tilt/telescope steering column, plus an AM/FM/CD radio with WMA/MP3 support.
Used Durango Optional Equipment
What’s optional on one Durango model is standard on others, but either way you may have to pay extra for an upgraded 8.4-inch Uconnect touch screen, and an LCD multifunction display between the main gauges. Other options include a rearview camera, parking sensors, blind-spot monitoring, power sunroof, and power hatch. The optional towing package that adds a 220-amp alternator, heavy-duty engine oil cooler, Class IV hitch receiver and load-leveling rear shocks.
Used Durango Engines
Standard equipment on most Durango models except the R/T is Chrysler’s excellent 3.6-liter V6. Now augmented with start-stop technology to help save fuel at stoplights, this 295-horsepower V8 offers plenty of power. If you need even more power, though, there’s the 360-horsepower 5.7-liter Hemi V8, which bumps towing capacity to a solid 7,400 pounds.