2011 Dodge Durango Sport Utility Crossover
Benefits of Driving a 2011 Dodge Durango Sport Utility Crossover
The 2011 Durango is better than ever. It's got a new 3.6L V6 capable of 290 horsepower and a very capable V8 available. All-wheel drive models are available for just over $31,000. Properly equipped, the Durango can tow up to 7,600 lbs. Standard 3-row seating holds up to 7 occupants and even the base Durango comes with 18-inch aluminum wheels, fog lamps, satellite radio, remote keyless entry, rear air conditioning, front/side/curtain airbags and electronic stability control.
What's new for 2011?
Having skipped the 2010 model year, the Dodge Durango received a full redesign for 2011, and now features a more handsome, upscale appearance. For 2011, all Durangos get the new Pentastar 3.6L V6 engine, and as optional, a 5.7L Hemi V8 engine. The Durango now seats 7 in three rows and features such great tech features such as satellite radio, touch-screen-based Media Center stereo, Bluetooth music streaming and available blind spot and cross-path detection, adaptive cruise control and a navigation system from Garmin.
- Upscale appearance
- Hemi 5.7L V8 available
- seating for 7
- strong towing capabilities
- all-wheel drive availability.
The Dodge Durango got a complete redesign for 2011. It now features a true upscale exterior, reminiscent of the LINCOLN Navigator, an imposing front 'crosshair' grille, rounded headlights and a square-ish shape that looks impressive on the road and makes a statement wherever it goes.