2013 Dodge Durango ratings and reviews

Although it received only slight changed for 2013, the Dodge Durango still sits ahead of many of its competitors as one of the most well-rounded large crossover SUVs. With several powertrain options, five trim levels, and a range of packages, drivers can likely find a Durango that’s perfect for their needs. The base SXT comes with a 5-inch touchscreen with Uconnect, keyless entry, and split-folding rear seats, while Rallye gets 20-inch wheels, a power driver’s seat, and several sporty exterior accents. Premium leather-trimmed seats, a 12-way power driver’s seat, and a heated steering wheel come with Limited. R/T adds a power liftgate, remote starter, and a universal garage door opener, while Citadel sits at the top of the lineup with a power sunroof, rain-sensing wipers, cooled front seats, and heated first and second-row seats. A Technology Group adds driver assistance technology like adaptive cruise control, blind spot detection, and forward collision warning to the Durango.

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Although it received only slight changed for 2013, the Dodge Durango still sits ahead of many of its competitors as one of the most well-rounded large crossover SUVs. With several powertrain options, five trim levels, and a range of packages, drivers can likely find a Durango that’s perfect for their needs. The base SXT comes with a 5-inch touchscreen with Uconnect, keyless entry, and split-folding rear seats, while Rallye gets 20-inch wheels, a power driver’s seat, and several sporty exterior accents. Premium leather-trimmed seats, a 12-way power driver’s seat, and a heated steering wheel come with Limited. R/T adds a power liftgate, remote starter, and a universal garage door opener, while Citadel sits at the top of the lineup with a power sunroof, rain-sensing wipers, cooled front seats, and heated first and second-row seats. A Technology Group adds driver assistance technology like adaptive cruise control, blind spot detection, and forward collision warning to the Durango.
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