2017 Dodge Durango ratings and reviews
The Dodge Durango’s trims vary considerably, though all trims share a 3.6L V6 24V VVT UPG engine with ESS as well as an eight-speed automatic 845RE transmission, a comfort seating group, and integrated roof rail crossbars. Trims like the Citadel AWD can optionally be upgraded with a 5.7L V8 Hemi MDS VVT engine which includes dual rear exhaust pipes, a 700-amp maintenance-free battery, heavy duty engine cooling, and a 230mm rear axle. All trims can purchase a Mopar running board package which adds front and rear door entry guards and a bright pedal kit. Advanced trims can purchase a technology suite which includes advanced cruise control, blind spot detection, brake assist, collision warning, and lane departure warning. The most advanced trims can also purchase a trailer towing and skid plate kit which includes rear load road leveling suspension, a wiring harness, an external fuel tank, and an underbody skid plate.