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STYLING | 6 out of 10
offers an imposing presence in rearview mirrors
surpasses truck-like and verges into boxcar territory
You'll either love or hate the 2008 Dodge Durango's looks, if the opinions of reviewers from across the Web are any indication.
Cars.com points out this 2008 Dodge's "short front and rear overhangs, a dramatically sloped windshield and what Dodge calls 'powerful' wheel arches" that give it a "broad-shouldered presence." Several sources consulted by TheCarConnection.com use the typical masculine adjectives for the 2008 Dodge Durango. Automotive.com calls it "Big and brawny...forceful expression...the look of a big-rig truck." They also say that history buffs who remember the U.S. Army's T-214 4x4 truck of World War II--also built by Dodge--may note a resemblance between that and this Dodge. Mother Proof agrees on this 2008 Dodge's similarity to a "big rig," but suggests that such a likeness is not necessarily a plus. This source comments that the 2008 Dodge goes beyond the "big-rig" look, taking more after a railroad boxcar.
Interior "details are carefully thought out," says Automotive.com, adding that "instrumentation is clean, handsome, easy to read and easy to operate...simple and utilitarian." According to Cars.com, 2008 Dodge Durango "SLT models have standard YES Essentials seat fabric that Dodge says is stain-resistant." The only other specific comment comes from Kelley Blue Book: "The handsome dash is clean, simple."
The 2008 Dodge Durango's styling makes an impression--in a big, hulking way.