The Dodge Durango appears set to receive its next redesign for either a 2021 or 2022 release date. As part of a broader strategy to ramp-up production of 3-row SUVs, FCA has announced large investments geared toward its Mack Avenue Engine Complex and Jefferson North Assembly Plant (both in Detroit, Michigan).
Unfortunately, details on what the next-generation Durango will look like have not yet been announced. Previously, the Durango was reportedly slated to be discontinued ahead of the revival of the Wagoneer & Grand Wagoneer nameplates as new 3-row SUVs. As it stands, it’s likely that the current Durango will soldier-on through at least 2020.
We’ll update this page as information becomes available.
Pictured: 2019 Durango