2016 Dodge Durango ratings and reviews

The 2016 Dodge Durango is every bit as stylish and fun to drive as its previous years’ models, but with some exciting additions for the model year, like a start-stop function for the engine to boost fuel economy and a new standard Sport mode for a new driving experience. The Durango comes in four trim levels, with the base SXT entering with some exciting features, like a split-folding rear seat, tri-zone automatic climate control, heated mirrors, and Uconnect 5.0 for the infotainment system. Limited adds a rearview camera, rear parking sensors, leather upholstery and a USB port for charging mobile devices. The Citadel adds 20-inch wheels and convenient safety features, like blind spot monitoring and HID headlights with high-beam control, while the R/T packs on a powerful V8 engine and sport-tuned steering and suspension. Packages are available for each trim, most of which can be included in the next-tier Durango trim.

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The 2016 Dodge Durango is every bit as stylish and fun to drive as its previous years’ models, but with some exciting additions for the model year, like a start-stop function for the engine to boost fuel economy and a new standard Sport mode for a new driving experience. The Durango comes in four trim levels, with the base SXT entering with some exciting features, like a split-folding rear seat, tri-zone automatic climate control, heated mirrors, and Uconnect 5.0 for the infotainment system. Limited adds a rearview camera, rear parking sensors, leather upholstery and a USB port for charging mobile devices. The Citadel adds 20-inch wheels and convenient safety features, like blind spot monitoring and HID headlights with high-beam control, while the R/T packs on a powerful V8 engine and sport-tuned steering and suspension. Packages are available for each trim, most of which can be included in the next-tier Durango trim.
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