Dodge has updated the Durando SUV for the 2021 model year. Customers can place orders now. On sale – this fall.
The entire 2021 Durango lineup (SXT, GT, Citadel, R/T, SRT 392) got exterior and interior refreshes, new tech. The SRT Hellcat version added. Orders for this version will open this fall, deliveries start in early 2021.
The model inherits styling cues from the Charger Widebody: elements of the front facia, LED headlamps and running lights, a rear spoiler, a grille, a hood.
Three different grille textures are available across the Durango lineup: a gloss black grille with larger openings for the Hellcat, a wide honeycomb one in black for the SRT 392, R/T, GT, and a painted Granite Crystal grille for the Citadel and SXT.
In addition, the 2021 Dodge Durango offers six choices of new 20-inch wheel designs.
The cabin got a new instrument panel, a roomier center console, a 10.1-inch touch screen (an 8.4-inch screen is standard on the SXT and GT); the latest Uconnect 5 infotainment system with standard Apple CarPlay, Android Auto, and Amazon Alexa, a new wireless charging pad.
A flat-bottom steering wheel with paddle shifters is carried over from the Dodge Charger and Challenger. The upscale trim materials include forged carbon-fiber, heated and cooled Nappa leather, embroidered suede.
Among the goodies of the new Dodge Durando, there is a Tow N Go package that enables an 8,700-pound towing capacity, adds SRT exhaust/wheels/tires, Brembo brakes, and additional tow drive modes – track, sport, snow.
A 6.2-liter 710-hp Hemi V8 powers the high-performance SRT Hellcat model. There are three other engine options: a 475-hp 6.4-liter V8, a 360-hp 5.7-liter Hemi V8, and a 295-hp 3.6-liter Pentastar V6.
- SXT – $32,000
- GT – $36,000
- Citadel – $42,000
- R/T – $45,000
- SRT 392 – $65,000
- SRT Hellcat – $83,000.