First Drive: 2014 Dodge Durango

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Dodge Durango
2014 Dodge Durango
Dodge Durango Infotainment System
2014 Dodge Durango Infotainment System
Dodge Durango Rear Seats
2014 Dodge Durango Rear Seats
Dodge Durango w/Rear Seats Down
2014 Dodge Durango w/Rear Seats Down
Dodge Durango R/T
2014 Dodge Durango R/T
Dodge Durango R/T
2014 Dodge Durango R/T

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  • luxlamf

    Do love me those Dodges, Whenever out f town I am in a rental Charger or Challenger.

  • charlie

    Xterras are pretty good too. Not as much towing capacity as the Durango but overall a good performer. Just as long as you’re not towing stuff meant for a dually.

    • Piglet2010

      Isn’t the Xterra based off the Frontier? My first-gen 4WD Frontier with the V-6/AT can pull a 4,000 pound trailer over rolling hills with no problem – might not pull a 5,000 pound trailer over one of the Rocky Mountain passes at 75 mph, but then how often do most people do that?

      • charlie

        Yea same platform. I’m pretty sure the Frontier tows the same too.

  • Corey Cook

    Pretty rad Minivan…
    How many soccer tots can it hold?

    • darngooddesign

      From the article:
      “The Durango is a proper seven-seater…”

    • Piglet2010

      Before the safety communists took over, kids could ride in the back of a pick-em-up truck – I used to love doing that when I was a kid.

  • Piglet2010

    I know people who as part of their job used to have to pull 15+ ton
    trailers with trucks that made less than 120 HP (at least they were diesels, so probably near 300 lb-ft. of torque) – imaging crossing the
    Dakota’s at 48-mph top speed.

    People these days really are spoiled.

  • Piglet2010

    I refuse to buy any vehicle styled to appeal to the “reptilian brain”.

    • darngooddesign

      So you drive a Prius and ride a Yamaha VIno then?

      • Piglet2010

        I have a “Modern Classics” Bonnie, Honda Deauville, Elite and Civic, Yamaha TW200, Nissan Frontier, and a pre-gen Ninjette.

  • stever

    probably a nightmare to lanesplit

  • Justin McClintock

    I don’t need to tow anything heavy. So I’d rather have a minivan. Coincidentally, that’s what my next vehicle purchase will likely be.

  • SpikedLemon

    My VW Golf can tow one tonne. More than enough for toting a bike or camper