We have information you must know before you buy the Durango.
We want to send it to you, along with other pricing insights.
We will not spam you, and will never sell your email.
The Durango starts off with the SXT trim. It's powered by the now-ubiquitous Pentastar 3.6-liter V6 with 290 horsepower and a five-speed automatic. Rear-wheel drive is standard, but all-wheel drive is optional. SXT models get 18-inch alloy wheels, 7 seats, tilt-and-telescoping steering wheel, a full complement of power amenities and safety features, tri-zone automatic climate control and a six-speaker audio system with AUX input.
The Crew trim adds the power liftgate, power front seats with memory settings for the driver, rear parking sensors and backup camera, nine-speaker audio system with hard drive storage for music and Chrysler's UConnect system, which incorporates Bluetooth and iPod interfaces.
The 5.7-liter Hemi V8 is optional and comes with a six-speed automatic. The R/T tries to be sportier with the Hemi standard, along with chunky 20-inch alloy wheels, body-colored trim along the exterior, lowered and revised suspension, high-intensity headlamps and an Alcantara interior. The Citadel is the most luxurious Durango and comes loaded with special 20-inch alloy wheels, big chrome grille, automatic wipers and headlamps, heated and cooled front seats and heated second-row, power adjustments for the heated steering wheel, power sunroof, leather seats and navigation with satellite traffic and weather.
The Ford Explorer has more advanced in-car technology and a more efficient powertrain lineup, but tows less. The Chevrolet Traverse seats up to 8 and is more spacious, but has a cheaper-feeling interior. The Honda Pilot is more maneuverable but has polarizing styling and mediocre fit and finish. And while the Chevrolet Tahoe tows more, it's much more cumbersome to drive.
If you're downsizing from a full-size SUV, the Durango will surprise by its optional V8 engine and towing ability that bests any crossover. Buyers coming from a luxury SUV will also be pleased by the quality and refinement of the top-trim Citadel. The Durango can be viewed as a best-of-both-worlds vehicle that can be a refined, but practical, family rig.
The Citadel boasts a downright opulent list of equipment to make the Durango a viable option for buyers thinking about a luxury crossover or something with a premium badge. Standard features include polished 20-inch alloy wheels, a special chrome grille, leather seats with ventilated functions for the front and heat settings for the first two rows. Also included are automatic xenon headlamps, Garmin navigation and a heated and power steering wheel. Options are limited, but include the all-wheel drive, rear DVD entertainment system, trailer package, second-row captain's chairs and console and the Hemi V8.
The Crew adds more equipment and opens up the ability to add the powerful Hemi V8 with more horsepower and torque to boost the towing capability up to 7,400 lbs., almost as much as many truck-based SUVs. All Crew models get the V6 standard, along with features like a power liftgate, remote start, cargo cover, leather-wrapped steering wheel, keyless entry and start, parking sensors with a backup camera, touchscreen radio with iPod interface and Bluetooth streaming audio and hard drive storage, 115-volt power outlet, power front seats, auto-dimming rearview mirror and memory settings for the driver's seat and mirrors. Options include all-wheel drive, the Hemi V8, trailer package, second-row captain's chairs and console, a rear DVD entertainment system, 20-inch alloy wheels and a navigation system. The Crew Convenience package adds automatic high beam headlamp control, blind spot monitoring and automatic wipers.
The R/T looks and feels like the sportiest Durango. It comes standard with the powerful Hemi and features a lowered suspension, body-colored exterior trim, special 20-inch alloy wheels and xenon headlights. Inside, the seats are covered in an imitation suede trim. The optional Entry Navigation/Commuter Group adds rear parking sensors with cross-path detection and a Garmin navigation system. Opting for the adaptive cruise control also includes front parking sensors. Other options include all-wheel drive, trailer package, second-row captain's chairs and console, power sunroof and performance tires.
Even though it's the most basic Durango, the SXT offers a lot of features and standard seating for 7 that will attract buyers interested in transporting passengers for a relatively low price. The SXT comes standard with the 3.6-liter V6 and five-speed automatic. Rear-wheel drive is standard, but a full-time all-wheel drive system is optional. Also included in the price is a tri-zone automatic climate control system, 18-inch alloy wheels, alarm, trip computer, automatic headlights, foglights, tilt-and-telescoping steering wheel, six-speaker audio system with an AUX port and SiriusXM satellite radio. Options include the Popular Equipment Group that bundles a touchscreen radio with hard drive music stories, backup camera and rear parking sensors, streaming audio and Bluetooth. Power seats, navigation, UConnect, Trailer Package, second-row captains chairs and console, power sunroof and roof rails are also available.
Build and price your dream Dodge Durango in just a few easy steps.
|Build & Price|
2014 Dodge Durango$44,999 | 3,225 mi
2013 Dodge Durango$30,988 | 19,548 mi
2013 Dodge Durango$33,813 | 15,864 mi
2011 DODGE DURANGO$23,292 | 51,889 mi
2011 Dodge Durango$25,495 | 28,157 mi
2011 Dodge Durango$28,951 | 50,327 mi
2011 Dodge Durango$30,621 | 35,046 mi
2011 Dodge Durango$32,784 | 29,075 mi
2009 Dodge Durango$17,697 | 91,643 mi
2008 Dodge Durango$12,999 | 108,487 mi
2008 Dodge Durango$13,495 | 107,399 mi
2006 Dodge Durango$7,950 | no mileage
2006 Dodge Durango$7,999 | 181,831 mi
2006 Dodge Durango$10,988 | 118,541 mi
2006 Dodge Durango$11,995 | 114,384 mi
2005 Dodge Durango$8,888 | 139,406 mi
2005 Dodge Durango$9,999 | 129,384 mi
2005 Dodge Durango$11,988 | no mileage
2005 Dodge Durango$11,995 | 84,089 mi
2005 Dodge Durango$12,999 | 107,660 mi
2005 Dodge Durango$14,999 | 125,246 mi
2003 Dodge Durango$3,995 | 151,078 mi
2003 Dodge Durango$4,950 | 120,107 mi
2003 Dodge Durango$5,483 | 145,521 mi
2002 Dodge Durango$4,999 | 144,758 mi
2001 DODGE DURANGO$5,594 | 161,418 mi
2000 Dodge Durango$7,995 | 129,590 mi
1999 Dodge Durango$3,995 | 171,609 mi
Lots of available technology and fuel-efficient engines, but gets very expensive and doesn't tow well
Spacious and seats up to 8, but lacks a premium feel
Space and fuel-efficient, but styling won't please everyone and feels cheap inside
Tows more and has better off-road credentials, but third-row is cramped, cargo space is limited and is cumbersome to drive