Now offered in five trim levels, the Dodge Durango doesn't lack for functional standard features. It's extensively equipped in upper trim levels, and the Citadel model is a true luxury vehicle.
The base Dodge Durango SXT carries over with standard power windows, locks and mirrors; remote start; air conditioning; an AM/FM/CD player; 18-inch wheels, tilt/telescope steering wheel; and three-row seating. Bluetooth is now standard, and the audio system display is now a 5.0-inch touchscreen. The Rallye package builds on this base and adds 5 more horsepower; 20-inch aluminum wheels; controls; and satellite radio. Options include a larger touchscreen with smartphone-app connectivity; second-row captain's chairs; heated seats and a heated steering wheel.
The Crew model is history; in its place, the Durango gets the upgraded Uconnect audio system; leather seating; a heated steering wheel; heated first- and second-row seats; power front seats; remote start; a rearview camera and rear parking sensors; and a 115-volt outlet in the cabin. The HEMI is an option here, as are second-row captain's chairs; a navigation system; a power sunroof; a power tailgate; and Alpine audio. A Blu-Ray DVD system is now an option on Limited models and above.
The R/T adds on a blended upholstery, a combination of suede and synthetic leather, and red interior trim. It also gets premium audio; remote start; 20-inch wheels; its own suspension tuning, and the HEMI V-8. Options include the navigation system; Blu-Ray; blind-spot monitors; and a towing package.For about $42,000 base, the Durango Citadel edition gets standard Nappa leather seating with ventilated front seats; 20-inch wheels; a heated and power-telescoping steering wheel; the Uconnect navigation system; remote start; and a sunroof.