2004 Dodge Durango

[cars name="Dodge"] presented the next-generation Durango as a “concept”, but what you see here is essentially what you’ll get when the new Durango goes on sale this fall. Like so many of its ilk, the Durango is getting bigger (think Chevy Tahoe size), which allows for a roomier third seat and a greater cargo space. A 345-hp Hemi V-8 provides the power; rear-wheel drive and four-wheel drive again will be offered. The attractive new interior promises to be of much higher quality than the current truck’s. Among its notable features are a navigation system, a DVD player, and a Bluetooth-compatible hands-free cell phone.

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15 City / 20 Hwy

Cargo (Std/Max):

68 / 102 cu. ft.