How can I say more!! My husband and I have loved our Durango from the moment we purchased it. We have taken many trips with our grown children and grandchildren. The Durango was always dependable from 105 degrees outside to -12 degrees. The best fact though is that last Sunday my husband and I blew a tire on a major interstate where the speed limit was 70. When the tire blew I lost control and we rolled 3 times. The Durango was totalled. The DPS officer said he did not expect anyone could have survived.
My husband and I both survived and left the hospital in 3 days. We are now in search of a new car, and YES it will a Dodge Durango!
Overall, its an amazing vehicle. The only thing I truly hate about it is the color... I thought it was bright white when I purchased it at night time, the next morning I realized it was an off white color. I'm most likely going to put a wrap on it. But other then that, its fabulous.
2013 Dodge DurangoCarter R - Midlothian, VA09/09/2017
The Durango, particularly used, it's an extreme value. We got ours fully loaded with the hemi at a great price. It drives and handles like a sports car.
In short the Durango is a great family car that is still a blast to drive.
My only gripes are the city gas mileage sucks (approx 13-14) but that's to be expected. The six speed transmission can be a bit finnicky. Dodge upgraded it to a smoother 8 speed for 2014. It's a better trans but dodge changed the trim levels so getting a hemi requires dropping some serious dough on a Citadel or RT.
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