The 2018 Dodge Durango is a sports utility vehicle (SUV) manufactured by Dodge. The first two generations were similar in that both are based on the Dodge Dakota, both a building frame body and both are being produced in the Newark assembly plant in Newark, Delaware. But they differ in that the first generation is classified as midsize SUVs, while the second generation is classified as a full-size SUV.
The 2018 Dodge Durango is built on the same platform as the Jeep Grand Cherokee, it has unibody construction, and is mounted on the Jefferson North assembly plant in Detroit, Michigan, from mid-2010 continues as a full-size SUV. 2017, setting Dodge Durango Limited has been discontinued and replaced by the new environment GT and finish the level SXT base will now available with seating for 5 passengers on 2 rows.
In 2002, presented the new version of the Durango SXT as the packet input level adjustment. The side curtain airbags optional for added security. 2003 Durango offered minor mechanical changes, the most notable are the addition of disc brakes on all four wheels.
The 2018 Dodge Durango SLT, SLT Plus, and Sports models offered Magnum 3.9 L V6 engine as standard equipment, the Magnum V8 engines 5.2 L and 5.9 L available, then switch to the 3.7 L Power Tech V6 engines with 4.7 L Power Tech optional V8. Levels of R/T and finishing s.p. 360 included the Magnum 5.9 L V8 engine as standard equipment.
2018 Dodge Durango Design
Dodge focused on interior upgrades such as interior panels cut Durango, mounted controls on the dashboard, the dashboard, the overhead console, and the steering wheel has been redesigned. The transfer case selector in 4×4 models changed from a manual lever on the console to a switch on the board. the instrument panel has been updated and an electronic information center vehicle is included in the overhead console. To back passenger comfort, to improve air conditioning system, a dual-zone added as standard equipment. Sound systems have been improved on all models now come standard with SX speakers. Other small changes include door panels, revised seats, aluminum wheels and small changes in cultivation options.
2018 Dodge Durango Engine
The base engine is a new 3.6-liter V6 engine 290 kW (220 kW; 290 PS) and 350 lb · ft (350 N · m) of torque at 4800 rpm, 90% of peak torque is available between 6400 rpm to 1600. The Pentastar V6 engine is backed by a Mercedes W5A580 five-speed automatic with Chrysler controls and driver interactive control. 5.7 VVT V8 Hemi V returned with 360 horsepower (268 kW, 365 PS) and 390 lb-ft (529 N·m) of torque, with the five-speed automatic 545RFE.
The Hemi V8 also comes with a “fuel” (cylinder deactivation). This feature is mainly used when the vehicle is cruising at a constant speed on level ground. The wheelbase of Durango is longer than the Grand Cherokee. 2018 Dodge Durango has three rows of seats compared to the two rows of the Grand Cherokee.