The 2014 Dodge Durango isn’t exactly a hybrid, yet it’s less passionate about going dirt road romping than some different SUVs. Rather, it lies some place in the middle of those sorts of vehicles. It’s worked from the design that presented to us the Mercedes GL-Class, so it’s an utility vehicle with significant rough abilities, however it additionally has uncommonly pleasant street behavior. Top it off with grabby front-end styling, and it’s neither fish nor fowl it’s more similar to SUV red meat done nouvelle Americain.
All things considered, the Durango gets projector-shaft headlamps in addition to hockey-stick-molded LED running lights on everything except the base SXT. Top R/T and Citadel models get HID headlamps, while projector foglamps and the slimmer new textured crosshair grille, in blend with a resculpted hood and lower front belt, makes the Durango look brawnier. New wheel plans, including a Hyper Black completion, accentuate the look, yet it’s in back where the Durango’s look changes most. Driven course lighting, as in the Dodge Dart, frames a strip of light over the tail, with 192 individual lights on the whole.
Most remarkably, from an execution angle, the 2014 Durango gets the same, amazing new eight-speed programmed transmission that is utilized as a part of the Jeep Grand Cherokee, and like in the Ram 1500 it gets a smart revolving shifter (with oar shifters for all displays). In spite of the fact that motors are extended—a standard 3.6-liter Pentastar V-6 making 290 drive and 260 pound-feet, or a 5.7-liter HEMI V-8 making 360 hp and 390 lb-ft—the mileage support from the new transmission alone aggregates up to nine percent. HEMI models proceed with their supposed Fuel Saver Technology (barrel deactivation), while the 2014 Durango gets another Eco Mode that progressions throttle affectability and transmission shift focuses.
An amazing rundown of overhauls has additionally been made on the inside where Dodge introduced another instrument board with an upgraded focus stack. There is likewise an overhauled three-talked controlling wheel with oar shifters that now include the manual movement elements of the gearbox, while the inside console now highlights another portion first turning shifter for the standard eight-speed programmed transmission.
The 2014 Durango additionally offers a standard full-shading 7-crawl meager film transistor (TFT) screen like the one found in the all-new Dodge Dart and including bigger and lit up catches.
Dodge Durango 2014 Design Interior Exterior