Year: 2015 Make: DODGE Model: DURANGO
Average raiting 4.5
I'll give it a 6 out of 10. City mpg is 18, rear seating uncomfortable to teens, Kuhmo 20's going away fast. Doubt I'll see 20k and the hype over the Beats with the 500 watt amp isn't all that. Dodge should come see me, I'll show you how to rock the beach. It's not a Tahoe but it's not priced like one either. Keep you price point at 30k for the upper 3 models . I'd go 34 for a awd Citadel but that's it. Be sure to pick up gap too. Values appear to head south fast.
I have bought a 2015 Durango SXT 2 wheel Drive about a month ago. I traded in a 2002 Tahoe. Love Tahoe's but this car has been a great change. I had an adjustment to the transmission style (8 speed) V-6. Technology is amazing. Back up camera , rear air conditioning , rear seats fold down FLAT. Not like the Tahoe you had to take them out and put them in the garage. Great feature. Love the interior and it has room for 7 people comfortably. The only complaint I have is that it has a blind spot at the windshield pillar. I have gotten adjusted to that and accommodates for it. Gas mileage is awesome. Eco friendly button for driving around town helps but not necessary. Kumho tires are really not what I expected. I have the 20" black chrome wheels. Love the car.
1st new car 1961 ply. Fury. 26 new leased or purchased vehicles in last 55 years, all types and brands. I HAD MUSCLE CARS REGULAR CARS, VANS, COMPACTS, CORVETTES, LUXURY, ALL BRANDS . The Dodge Durango Citidal with 40,000 miles was 100% trouble free with only oil changes for service (4). You can't fine a better SUV OR VEHICLE.
I don't know if we got a lemon, but the car races into high RPM's in second to fourth gears and we aren't moving forward. It is un-nerving especially when we are on interstate highways in large cities and even just driving at home. When it occurs, the D which is for Drive gear is replaced with a large white number showing the gear we are in. We have had it checked twice for any reports of trouble but nothing is showing up on the computer. Next week we take the car in for another check and will leave it with our dealer so they might drive it and have it do what it has been doing to us. Our dealer will also check with Chrysler and see if any other Durangos are having the same trouble. We enjoy the flexibility of our car and enjoy the smooth ride but this is a problem we need resolved. We trust our dealer will take care of us. We took the car back to the dealer yesterday. They are road testing it and we hope we will figure out what is causing the problem. They ran the computer for error messages to no avail. We did get an update on the computer but we won't know if that was a fix. Time will tell. We now have a loaner car to drive until something more concrete is found. It could be a bad sensor with the throttle or something more complex. I just want our service department manager to tell us the problem was found and repaired. I will post any updates as they occur.
Great SUV. Really good fuel economy, nice ride, Quiet, Easy to get in and out of. Had a Tahoe and I feel more in control with the Durango although a bit smaller a great alternative. I like the road handling and smooth ride. For a senior, this vehicle will do all that I want and then some. Lots of room for a big guy. Would buy again!