2021 Dodge Durango Review
2021 Dodge Durango Detailed Review
Serving Lloydminster, Vermillion, and Wainwright in Alberta, Vermillion Chrysler is here to satisfy all your needs for everything related to Chrysler, Dodge, Jeep, and Ram. As an authorized dealer for these fine automakers and the area’s preferred dealership, we cordially welcome you to check out our new Dodge inventory to look for your next car.
On our lot, you can look for the 2021 Dodge Durango, which builds on its reputation as a powerful SUV with more formidable power and performance credentials than ever. The new Dodge Durango redesign focuses mostly on improvements under the hood, including increasing maximum towing power. Still, you will also find some exciting recent changes to the interior, such as a redesign to make the controls easier to use and wireless device charging.
Our 2021 Dodge Durango review reveals the changes in store for this year’s Durango, which you can read more about below. When you are ready, be sure to contact us to schedule an appointment for a test drive to try out the Durango and its new amenities.
2021 Dodge Durango Exterior
Some light refreshments give the Dodge Durango an updated look in 2021. At first glance, changes are apparent, including a slightly modified front grille that enhances the Durango’s naturally muscular build. The front bumper is also tweaked to give the Durango a sportier and more racetrack-ready look. Some changes are also in store to the back end, including a more aerodynamic rear spoiler that draws attention to the fact that the Durango is more powerful now than before.
Engine Performance and Fuel Economy
Several engines are available for the Dodge Durango in 2021. The 2021 Dodge Durango for sale in Vermillion, Alberta, has a V6 engine that achieves up to 295 HP. The engine comes with an eight-speed transmission. Those wanting more power can upgrade to the potent V8 engine with an increased power output of 360 HP. If you get the added towing package, also offered this year, the Durango’s towing capacity increases to an impressive 8,700 pounds. The V8 engine also increases the Durango’s acceleration capabilities. All-wheel drive is optional with both engines. Fuel economy with this year’s Durango is 10.2 L/100km with the V8 engine and 10.7 L/100km with the V6 engine.
Dodge Durango Safety Rating
The Dodge Durango gets a standard backup camera for safe reversing. Automated emergency braking is an optional safety feature, along with adaptive cruise control and lane-keep assist.
Frequently Asked 2021 Dodge Durango Questions Answered
Is the Dodge Durango a Reliable Car?
The Dodge Durango is a reliable car. Dodge also provides a warranty with the purchase of a new Durango.
Where is the Dodge Durango Made?
The Durango is assembled in Detroit, Michigan.
Does the Dodge Durango Have a 3rd-Row?
There is a 3rd-row seat in the Durango, so your whole family can join along for the ride.