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2013 Dodge Durango in Southern Florida

 

The Dodge Durango returns unchanged for 2013.  This SUV was majorly overhauled in 2011, so the new gfeneration is prettier, faster has more technology than the previous generation.  The Durango is big and it is usually bought by people who need to haul a lot of stuff.  To give you an idea ofhow big it is, it is big enough to fit big boxes, a sofa, or four people plus a 10-foot step ladder or stack of lumber inside.  The Durango has two engines, a V-6 and a V-8.  The V-6 produces 290 horsepower and 260 lb. ft. of torque, and five-speed automatic transmission is standard.  The V-8 produces 360 horsepower and 390 lb. ft. of torque, and a six-speed automatic transmission is standard.  The standard setup is rear-wheel drive, yielding even weight distribution, a compliant bump-soaking ride, quiet cruising and good response to driver commands.  If you are in search of a new Durango in the southern Florida area, Arrigo Automotive Group is your answer, view our large inventory today.


 

2013 Dodge Durango & Handling


The Dodge Durango offers a fine mix of passenger-friendly transportation and truck-style ability to work. It has a fully independent rear suspension and it's built with a one-piece unibody/frame, rather than a truck-style ladder frame,and this one piece unibody frame makes the ride much more pleasant and compliant rather than harsh and not really enjoyable.  Around town the Durango soaks up big and small bumps alike with nary a quiver, and it's steady and predictable with no hint of drama.  People that need to tow something will be happy with the tow load that the Durango allows and they should consider getting the tow package for better towing efficiency.


2013 Dodge Durango Design


As mentioned before, the current year Durango was overhauled in 2011, so it has a better looking exterior.  It wouldn't be a Dodge without a big cross-hair grille, and the Durango doesn't disappoint. Its grille is broad and tall enough to deliver presence, especially given its forward slant in a class where most front ends slope rearward for aerodynamic reasons. Yet with its chrome flourishes and finer detailing, the Durango's nose is more elegant than the macho, blunt-snouted designs that preceded it. Several exterior features are intended to improve durability. The wheel-well openings and lower edges all around the perimeter are dark plastic to avoid scuffing and rock chips. The rear bumper has a top cover to avoid paint damage should you rest a heavy package or stand there to reach the roof. The low-profile roof rails have swivel-out crossbars built in so wind noise is reduced when there's no cargo up there.


'13 Dodge Durango Lineup


Durango SXT is powered by a 290-hp 3.6-liter V6 with a 5-speed automatic. It comes well equipped, with cloth upholstery, three-zone temperature control, cruise control, a compliment of power features, six-speaker audio with single CD, Sirius satellite radio and Uconnect hands-free phone operation, a fold-flat front passenger seat, 50/50-split folding third-row seats, 60/40-split fold/tumble second-row seats, and 18-inch alloy wheels with all-season tires. 

Durango Crew and Crew AWD come with the V6, upgraded Alpine audio with a 6.5-inch touch-screen media center, power driver and front passenger seats, leather-wrapped steering wheel and shifter, rearview camera, Keyless Enter-N-Go proximity key, and power liftgate. 

Durango R/T and R/T AWD are the sportiest Durangos, powered by the Hemi V8 with a lowered suspension, bigger brakes, 20-inch wheels, body-color trim and suede-like, red-stitched upholstery. The R/T comes standard with the Alpine audio and remote start.

Durango Citadel and Citadel AWD are the top of the line. They come standard with the V6, but also with nearly all available luxury features, including Nappa perforated leather seating, heated and ventilated front seats, heated steering wheel, sunroof, the best audio with on-board hard drive, HID headlamps, blind spot warning, rear cross-path detection, adaptive cruise control with forward collision warning, R/T brakes and the 20-inch wheels. .


Conclusions


The 2013 Dodge Durango can carry six or seven people comfortably and rack up the vacation miles in quiet, comfortable solitude interrupted only by the half-kilowatt Alpine stereo. It can tow more than just about anything in its class, and it's full of the conveniences you never thought of before and now can't do without.  Click here for more information on the 2013 Dodge Durango.










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