Dodge had some big news at the recent New York Auto Show – the introduction of the 2014 Durango.
When Dodge reintroduced the Durango in 2011, it earned accolades from customers and critics alike. The PBS show, “Motor Week,” for example, gave it the Drivers’ Choice Award for Best Large Utility.
“When the Durango was first launched in 1998, it represented a breakthrough in power, size and style,” said Reid Bigland, president and CEO – Dodge Brand. “Now for 2014, we’re upping the ante by making it our most technologically advanced, fuelefficient and dramatically styled Durango ever. With countless class-exclusive features and best-in-class attributes, the new 2014 Durango represents the ultimate nocompromise full-size SUV.”
With its standard three rows of seats and interior seating flexibility, Durango, say Dodge officials, appeals to shoppers looking for a full-size crossover.
Feature highlights on the 2014 Dodge Durango include segment-first eight-speed automatic transmission with rotary shifter thatallowsforuptoa9percentimprovement in fuel economy.
Other features include a new front fascia with floating signature Dodge crosshair grille, new projector headlamps with available LED running lights, 5-inch or 8.4-inch touch screens with available class-exclusive Uconnect Access, and navigation with 3D mapping. The Durango comes with a new standard capless fuel fill – making for easy fuel fill-ups and more than 60 available safety and security features.
The 2014 Durango is available in five trim levels: SXT, Rallye, the new for 2014 Limited,