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The Durango is a mid-size SUV that has been manufactured by Dodge since 1998. It is also currently the only SUV being produced by Dodge since the discontinuation of the Journey.
There has been a total of three generations since its release, with the third generation being released in 2011. The Durango entered the modern era with its second generation.
It has typically featured a 5-door layout with rear-wheel or four-wheel drive depending on the trim option.
Powertrains found in modern models range from the smallest 3.6-liter Pentastar V6 to the 6.2-liter high-performance SRT Hellcat V8-S. Second-generation models have engines that ranged similarly, going from the 3.7-liter Magnum V6 to the 5.7-liter Hemi Eagle V8. The Hemi Eagle actually came with a hybrid option as well.
Transmission options range from fairly typical 4-speed automatics to the 8-speed automatic gearboxes found in high-performance models like the Hellcat.
There has been an extensive array of trim options. For the recent models, the levels have consisted of the base level Express, followed by Crew, SXT, Limited, GT, R/T, Citadel, and SRT.
There has also been a ‘Plus’ version of the Crew, SXT, and GT models.
Finally, Dodge released the SRT Hellcat version in 2021. This is one of the fastest SUVs currently available, putting it up against even the likes of the Lamborghini Urus.
The Durango has received a yearly update since 2014. These have included changes like updated exterior and interior styling and adding or removing powertrain options.