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Combining power, reliability, and durability into a single package, the 2021 Dodge Durango represents the pinnacle of rugged power outfitted with a sophisticated design. The new model year comes in multiple trims sporting great features and improvements across a wide number of different areas, yet it retains the power only the Dodge brand can provide.
The 2021 Dodge Durango is available with multiple options, packages, and customization preferences across eight different trims, including the SXT, SXT Plus, GT, GT Plus, RT, Citadel, SRT, and SRT Hellcat. Each trim provides a bevy of standard and available features to meet or exceed the expectations that any SUV shopper has when browsing for a new vehicle. Improved exterior aerodynamics, roomier interior space, and some of the most powerful SUV performance capabilities on the market help epitomize the Durango as being unequaled in its class.
When it comes to automotive dominance in the SUV space, there is no better front-runner than the Hemi-equipped 2021 Dodge Durango. Competitors may opt for more eco-friendlier fare, but the Durango offers a line-up of powertrains that are nearly peerless in class performance, starting with a 3.6-liter V6 engine with 295 horsepower and up to 260 lb-ft of torque while being paired with an 8-speed automatic transmission. The base V6 is available with the SXT and SXT Plus trims.
The GT, GT Plus, and Citadel trims also come equipped with the 3.6-liter Pentastar V6. The base V6 manages a fuel economy of 19 miles per gallon in the city and up to 26 miles per gallon on the highway thanks to variable valve timing, which helps increase fuel efficiency and improve engine longevity.
For additional performance and the ability to tap into the Durango's true power, the RT trim comes with a 5.7-liter V8 Hemi with 360 horsepower and 390 lb-ft of torque. You can expect 14 miles per gallon in the city and up to 22 miles per gallon on the highway while harnessing the undeniable power of the V8.
Further up the scale is the Durango SRT, which is fitted with a massive 6.4-liter V8 Hemi that produces 475 horsepower and delivers a massive 470 lb-ft of torque. The big-block engine will net you 13 miles per gallon in the city and up to 19 miles per gallon on the highway. However, for maximum performance, a supercharged 6.2-liter V8 Hemi generates 710 horsepower and 645 lb-ft of torque, enabling the Durango to reach a maximum of 180 miles per hour.
Six of the eight trims are also available in either rear-wheel drive or all-wheel drive configurations, while the SRT and SRT Hellcat trims are available only in all-wheel drive formats. This enables the 2021 Dodge Durango to easily tackle the day-in and day-out grind of urban driving while also being completely capable of surmounting off-road obstacles as well.
Performance may be king for the 2021 Dodge Durango, but towing capacity is second nature for the mid-sized, crossover SUV. The base SXT trim provides a maximum passenger volume of 106 cu.ft., seating for up to 5 people, and an interior cargo volume of 85.1 cu.ft. For the GT, GT Plus, R/T, and Citadel trims, you gain additional seating capacity for up to 7 passengers and additional passenger volume that tops 141-cubic feet of space.
The SXT and SXT Plus offer a max towing capacity of 6,200 pounds, making it completely viable for all manner of towing and trailering activities. The R/T trim's higher performance capabilities open up more towing possibilities, with a standard max towing capacity of 7,400 pounds.
The R/T trim is also capable of reaching 8,700-pound towing capacity when equipped with the Tow N' Go package. This package adds 20-inch hyper black aluminum wheels, Brembo front and rear brakes, Pirelli Scorpion Zero's all-season performance tires, and a Bilstein SRT active-dampening high-performance suspension. Also included is an electronic limited-slip differential, a performance exhaust pipe, along with an integrated trailer brake controller, additional hard button drive modes, SRT active noise cancellation, and a Class IV trailer hitch.
The SRT and SRT Hellcat provide the maximum amount of payload capacity and towing capabilities right out of the gate, pushing the Dodge Durango beyond the expectations of a crossover SUV, allowing for up to 1,590 pounds of payload, and up to 8,700 pounds of towing capacity when properly equipped.
With third-row seating for up to 7 passengers, lots of interior amenities, and a completely revamped exterior with a muscle-car inspired front fascia and aggressive hood scoops, the 2021 Dodge Durango goes the extra mile in overhauling the entire experience of a crossover SUV.
Sporting a maximum passenger volume of 141-cubic feet and up to 85.1-cubic feet of cargo space, passengers have plenty of room to stretch their legs. In fact, the 2021 Durango offers up to 40.3-inches of legroom in the front, 38.6-inches of legroom in the second row, and up to 33.5-inches of legroom in the third row. This is in addition to 39.9-inches of front headroom, 39.8-inches of headroom in the second row, and 37.8-inches of headroom in the third row.
Plus, with available heated and ventilated front driver and passenger seats, along with 8-way power-adjustable positions and 4-way power lumbar support, there is plenty of comforts to go around, and with the driver memory settings, it's possible to set and retain specific positions once you step foot into the cabin. The cabin can also be decked out with available Nappa leather trimming.
Power tilt steering with telescoping, along with steering-wheel based cruise control and paddle shifters, means that driver control and convenience are never outside of a fingertip's reach. And with Uconnect voice-activated functionality, you can give commands for sending and receiving calls, accessing vehicle health, and utilizing navigation without ever taking your hands off the wheel. And with the 7-inch display cluster on the driver-side of the dashboard, you can very readily make a note of information related to speed, fuel, temperature, and directions.
Occupants will also likely find themselves keeping busy with all of the amenities stuffed throughout the cabin to worry too much about all the room they have to move around in. For instance, there is the Uconnect infotainment system with a 10.1-inch touchscreen, with app functionality that ranges from phone and text messaging to wireless Android Auto and Apple CarPlay support.
Make use of AM/FM/HD radio or SiriusXM Satellite Radio, or listen to your favorite tunes thanks to wireless media connectivity and apps such as Spotify to stream your favorite playlists. And with two additional 9-inch Blu-ray screens available for second-row passengers, it's easier than ever to stay informed and entertained without being in the front seat.
Alternatively, you can make full use of the infotainment functionality, such as the performance pages, which allow you to control and modify the performance behavior of the Durango with the touch of a few simple buttons.
Safety and technology collide with a wide suite of standard and available features for the 2021 Dodge Durango. Some of these features include the standard assortment of driver-side, passenger, side, and overhead airbags, as well as side-impact beams, seat belt pre-tensioners, and anti-lock brakes.
More advanced safety features include predictive brake assistance, electronic stability control, as well as traction control with driveline assistance. Forward collision warnings, front and rear parking sensors to help both with reverse and parallel parking, blind spot warnings for when lane changing, and manual rear child safety locks are also present.
Cruise control with distance pacing and stop-and-go traffic functionality are available, along with SiriusXM Guardian technology, which includes remote start and roadside assistance.
A built-in security system also comes standard with a panic alarm and an immobilizer to work as a theft-deterrent measure. Additional warnings also help to remind drivers of vehicle health and maintenance. Warnings/alerts include tire pressure monitoring and warning system, as well as engine hour monitoring; gauges for the oil, engine, and voltage; as well as a service reminder for when the vehicle needs a regularly scheduled check-up.