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2014 Dodge Durango: Towing Workhorse

2014 Dodge Durango Towing

Here’s one more department in which the 2014 Dodge Durango leads its class: towing capacity. Check it out: Here’s a fully appointed, three-row SUV with an available 3.6-liter, 290 hp Pentastar® V-6 engine on the SXT, Limited and Citadel (295 hp) that can tow up to 6,200 lbs. in safety and comfort.

 

If that’s not enough for the job you have in mind, simply select the 5.7-liter HEMI® V-8 standard on R/T or optional on Limited and Citadel with 360 hp and 390 lb.-ft. of torque, and the…

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2014 Dodge Durango: Towing Workhorse

Durango Goes the Distance

Durango Goes the Distance

 

Not everyone likes math, especially when it comes to story problems, but here’s an easy one. When the new 2014 Durango arrives in Dodge showrooms this fall, standard features on the class-leading SUV will include a fuel tank capacity of 24.6 gallons. Now figure in estimated 25 mpg hwy for the Pentastar 3.6L and here’s the result: a total vehicle range of more than 600 miles.

 

Imagine that—more than 600 miles without a refueling stop. Just think of all the places the Durango can take you on a…

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Durango Goes the Distance

Dodge Durango Through the Years

Dodge Durango

It’s fun to chart the changes through the years for the Durango, Dodge’s beloved sport utility vehicle. As customer needs and desires have evolved, so has the Durango.

 

Durango’s lineage can be broken down, roughly, into three generations. Generation one, produced from 1998 through 2003, was a ground-breaking, sturdy, midsized SUV with body-on-frame construction shared with the Dakota, Dodge’s highly acclaimed midsize pickup. Signaling its rugged, no-nonsense nature, in its first year the Durango was offered only in a four-wheel-drive version.

 

For ’99 both 2WD and 4WD drivetrains were offered, along…

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Dodge Durango Through the Years