All-new 2011 Dodge Durango Vehicle Dealer Driveaway

 
Dodge Durango: The Dealer Driveaway
 
Since 1998 when you heard the word “Durango” you know longer thought of a little ski town in southern Colorado, but instead thought of the great ride that you could easily pack up with the whole family and head out to the slopes. Family of six? No problem. Guys weekend away? Done and done. Cross-country road trip? Plenty of room. Helping your neighbor move? Well, you can decide on that one.
 

Now, over a decade later, Dodge head-honcho and CEO, Ralph Gilles, meets us at the MGM Grand Detroit to pass out almost 200 sets of keys to the brand-spankin-new 2011 Dodge Durango to dealers across the county.
 
It’s happening this Thursday, January 13th (Yes, that’s tomorrow, so clear your schedule) at 10:30am in the Grand Ballroom Foyer. Come check out these pristine three-row SUV’s, built just around the corner at the Jefferson North Assembly plant here in Detroit.


  • Yankee

    Ahem… you “know” longer thought of a little ski town in Colorado..? Come on, guys…

  • R/T

    I was wondering why that sentence did not make sense. These guys never proof read their work. They are practicing to write for a newspaper (National Inquirer). That is a bad picture of the Durango. It looks like the side of an Acadia with a Dodge grille. The designers for Dodge are not what they used to be. Bring back the retired guys from the 70s. These guys design boxy fat looking heavy vehicles. The 70s cars looked streamlined. These cars need to be refined a little more.

  • HEMIhead

    Dodge, be sure to bring lots of grey/silver and black vehicles to this event. It’s becoming
    your trademark colors.

  • STEVE SMITS

    Here is the best quote ever to describe the new Durango from Motor Trend:
    With its dubs, slammed suspension, and raucous exhaust, the 2011 Dodge Durango R/T may be every bit as pointless as a Mercedes-Benz ML 63 AMG, but we should all celebrate the fact it exists, because it means the car guys are back running the show in Auburn Hills. You can debate the Durango R/T’s relevance, but you can’t dispute the passion behind it.