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2014 Durango Wins Full-Size SUV of Texas Award

2014 Durango Wins Full-Size SUV of Texas Award

 

For the second time in three years, the Dodge Durango has been named the Full-Size SUV of Texas at the Texas Auto Writers Association (TAWA) Texas Truck Rodeo.

 

At the 21st annual rodeo on Monday, October 14, more than 40 journalist-members of TAWA cast their votes following two days of both on-road and off-road vehicle evaluations, rating the Durango the best of the Full-Size SUV category. While overall vehicle capability is the…

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2014 Durango Wins Full-Size SUV of Texas Award

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…

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Durango Goes the Distance

2014 Dodge Durango: Protect All That Is Yours

2014 Dodge Durango Protect All That Is Yours

 

Recently, we reported on all the advanced accident avoidance technology available on the 2013 Durango. Now Dodge has raised the bar again with the new 2014 Durango, which offers more than 60 important safety and security features—including a new adaptive cruise control system (ACC) with full stop capability.

 

This sophisticated system takes cruise control to the next phase.  Using advanced electronics, ACC decreases the cruise-control speed pre-selected by the driver when the Durango is closing…

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2014 Dodge Durango: Protect All That Is Yours