Exterior:Bright Silver Metallic
Dodge Durango looks tough but rides smooth. Big and bulky, it handles like a truck, but it’s quiet, roomy, and comfortable, with a host of available technology.
This second-generation Durango, which first appeared as an ’04 model, slips between the Chevy Tahoe and Ford Expedition in exterior dimensions.
Despite its modern aerodynamics, the Durango takes its styling cues from the 1946-68 Dodge Power Wagon, which was essentially a World War II T214 military truck with a longer wheelbase and a civilian-style, fully enclosed cab. In the immediate postwar era, when the Willys Jeep pretty much had the quarter-ton utility-vehicle market to itself (and mainstream pickups didn’t yet offer four-wheel drive) the 3/4-ton Power Wagon was the first choice of rural contractors, firefighters, and forest rangers who needed serious off-road capability and more load capacity than the Jeep could provide.
SLT 2WD add upgraded Yes Essentials seat fabric that Dodge says is odor and stain resistant, rear air conditioning and heater, eight-way power driver seat, two-passenger third-row folding bench seat, AM/FM radio with six-disc CD changer, Sirius satellite radio, floormats, fog lights, and 265/60R18 on/off-road tires on alloy wheels.
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