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2004 Dodge Durango Mid-Size Sport Utility Vehicle
By Sandra Kinsler and Brian Leshon
New Car Profile 2004 Dodge Durango Mid-Size Sport Utility Vehicle.
Description: Mid-Size SUV
Options & Features
Riding on a new hydroformed frame and chassis, Durango for 2004 is new from tires to top and packs below the Ram-like stepped hood three choices for powertrains.
Check out the new package design and you'll find strong muscular definition and taut but curvy lines that seem to negate the boxy styling of a typical SUV. The silhouette shows brief overhangs in front and back, bold wheel arches on flanks and a windshield tipped for improved aerodynamic efficiency.
Inside, there are three rows of seats for a capacity of seven passengers. Seats on second and third rows show more room for legs and shoulders. The seatbacks on second-row seats now recline, while third-row seats split but also fold away. With the third seat down, Durango now has best-in-class cargo capacity behind the second row and for the first time a sunroof is offered on the option list.
Trims are designated as ST, SLT and Limited. Powertrains start with the new 3.7-liter V6 rated at 210 hp and climb to the 4.7-liter V8 with 230 hp or the ripper 5.7-liter HEMI V8 soaring to 345 ...
2006 Dodge Durango Full-Size Sport Utility Vehicle
By the StaffNew Car Overview of the 2006 Dodge Durango Full-Size Sport Utility Vehicle
Description: Full-Size Sport Utility Vehicle
Options & Features
Dodge's SUV measures almost as large as some full-size wagons so there's room in the expansive cabin for seven passengers on three banks of seats. New for 2006 editions of Durango is a 60/40 split-and-fold third-row seat for three, power to motivate the liftgate at the tail, a remote starter device, standard 17-inch aluminum wheels and for enhanced safety roll-sensing curtain-style side air bags plus electronic stability program (ESP) equipment.
Powertrains range from a 3.7-liter V6 to a 4.7-liter Magnum V8 and the powerful 5.7-liter HEMI V8 with MDS to boost fuel economy by 20 percent. This year the 3.7-liter six or 4.7-liter eight will burn ethanol or gasoline, or a mixture of the two fuels. And that HEMI MDS V8 applies to a rear-wheel-drive (RWD) Durango or the optional four-wheel-drive (4WD) version with electronic shifting into 4WD high and low range plus all-wheel-drive (AWD) mode.
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