The next generation Dodge Durango has debuted in New York. The American SUV has a classical facelift change and LED lights built into the headlights. The company reported that the reworked model both offers unprecedented-for-this-class characteristics and represents a work of art in technology.
During the Auto Show in New York, the American manufacturer Dodge officially disclosed in front of the large audience the Durango SUV from the 2014 model year. Completely in the typical style of the brand, facelift of the version Durango could be recognize by the refreshed front part, including a new grille and front lights with different shapes, as an option will be diode lights for daytime driving. Moving to the rear, where we see a new bumper and a redesigned rear lights.
The size of the aluminum rims do varies from 18 – to 20-inches. However, the major differences made could be found in the interior of the redesigned Durango. For example, SUV model comes with a new dashboard and center console along with a 5 – or 8.4-inch display and the ability for USB / AUX / SD cards. We can easily notice the new steering wheel, digital instrumental panel and optional Blu-ray entertainment system with two 9-inch displays.
We got some details from the staff over at Deery Brothers dealership of IA. According to them the facelift version of Dodge Durango is offered with two powertrain options. The base model comes with a 3.6-liter V6 (290 hp), while the 5.7-liter V8 generates 360 hp. The company reported that thanks to the optimized 8-degree automatic transmission, the new Durango will lower your average fuel consumption. The model is equipped with an economical mode called Eco Mode, which concerns the transmission, as well as the cylinders deactivation in V8 specification to “maximum fuel economy.”