2015 Dodge Durango

Up to 18 MPG city / 25 MPG hwy
$30,495 - $43,495

There's no doubting what the Dodge Durango was designed to do. Endowed with three rows and room for up to seven passengers, the SUV will carry a big family around, all while combining a well-appointed cabin with off-road ability in a user-friendly package. The Durango is divided into SXT, Crew, Citadel, and R/T models. All models start out with the 290-horsepower, 3.6-liter V-6, though the SXT with the optional Rallye Appearance Package is rated at 295 hp. A 360-hp, 5.7-liter Hemi V-8 with cylinder deactivation waits in the wings to add performance and hauling/towing capacity (standard with Durango R/T). All-wheel-drive systems can be selected for both engines. Six airbags protect occupants within the cabin and more than 45 safety and security features ensure that driving the Durango is always a safe experience. Second-row captain's chairs are an option, as are tech features like a blind-spot monitoring system, Rear Cross Path detection, adaptive cruise control, and Uconnect connectivity with Bluetooth, voice command, and navigation. Heated and cooled Nappa leather seats and a backseat DVD entertainment system are available too. Throwing all the backseats down furnishes a cargo volume of 84.5 cubic feet. Properly equipped, the Durango can tow up to 7400 pounds. See more... See Less

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Reviews and Ratings
Overall Rating
Pros Cons
Interior-comfort of the seats & lighting, quietness No power seats on a $32,000 vehicle
Overall comfort - highly comfortable driving position I average 18 mpg with 70% of my driving on highway
Best riding vehicle i ever owned Defects in navigation system software & voice command
The control on the road - handling Low visibility when changing lanes
Vehicle handles good. good gas mileage Rear seats don't fold completely flat
Very good cargo area in the rear Front parking sensors not available as an option
Exterior styling is excellent. lots of compliments. Number of wheel turns link -to-link should be reduced
Brake system - very efficient and stops quickly Quality of leather on front seats
Vehicle front & side styling - has an agressive look Grinding sounds under the front of vehicle.
Awd - didn't have on last vehicle, a big plus for this one Terrible u steering - too wide - jeep commander much better