The Dodge Durango is the power-focused muscle car for those who’ve outgrown burnouts for daycare runs. The new 2020 Durango shares the muscular design language with the rest of the Dodge performance family and doesn’t disappoint behind the wheel either. The 2020 Durango offers available LED Daytime Running Lights, available Automatic High-Beam Headlamps, and LED fog lamps. The split crosshair grill gives a nod to the underlying muscle heritage while optional dual racing stripes shout it to the world. An available multipurpose roof rack can help you carry more gear to your next adventure by supporting 150 pounds of cargo. The available Bike Carrier features automatic self-adjusting jaws to help provide secure clamping of your bike.
The cabin of the new 2020 Durango is well executed with features prioritizing ergonomics, quality, and overall comfort. With over 50 seating configurations you’ll always have room for your passengers and all their cargo. With three rows available and up to seven seats, you and your crew can fit comfortably and confidently while the second row provides fold and tumble access to the third row. The Durango has more than half a foot more third-row legroom than the Tahoe.
The new Durango offers seven different seat fabrics to truly make your Durango your own. Durango is made for comfort with available heated and ventilated eight-way power front seats with four-way lumbar support. The second-row passengers have access to the rear center console that provides everything they need to stay connected to power, including a USB port, 115-volt outlet, and climate controls. The available 9-inch high-definition dual-screen Blu-ray Entertainment System keeps all your passengers entertained, no matter how long the drive.
Power & Performance
The 2020 Durango offers up best-in-class towing of 8,700 pounds with the available 6.4L HEMI V8. The available 5.7L HEMI V8 rates at 7,400 pounds and the standard 3.6L Pentastar V6 can tow an impressive 6,200 pounds. The V6 puts out 293hp and 260 lb-ft torque, while the 5.7L V8 offers 360hp and 390 lb-ft torque. The SRT model offers the 6.4L V8 that pumps out 475hp and 470 lb-ft torque. There are 7 trim levels to choose: SXT, SXT Plus, GT, GT Plus, Citadel, R/T, Citadel Anodized Platinum, and the SRT. Prices for the SXT starting at $31,990 and go up to $62,995 for the SRT.
The Durango is made to transport as well as protect people with a host of available safety features like Adaptative Cruise Control with STOP, Blind Spot Monitoring System, and several brake-supporting features like Rain Brake Support, Brake Assist, Ready-Alert Braking, and Electronic Brake Force Distribution. The available Electronic Stability Control with Electronic Roll Mitigation helps you maintain directional control on low-traction surfaces and helps prevent wheel lift and the possibility of a rollover. The optional Technology Group includes adaptive cruise control, auto emergency braking, lane departure warning and lane-keeping systems.