Learn how the Dodge Durango compares to the competition

Dodge has been leaning hard into its muscle car heritage as of late, releasing forced induction V-8 beasts like the 707-horsepower Charger Hellcat and the 840-horse, drag strip monster Challenger SRT Demon. It's easy to forget about an automaker's three-row SUV with headline-stealing performance projects like those, but the Dodge Durango is a standout player in its segment.

The old-school muscle truck of its segment, the Durango distinguishes itself from its peers with two available HEMI V-8s, more towing capacity than any car in its class, and an expansive range of options. Eight available trim levels comprise the Durango lineup, from the sub-$30k
SXT to the ultra-plush Citadel Anodized Platinum and the athlete of the range, the Durango SRT. Third-row seating is optional on the base SXT and standard on all other trim levels.

Dodge's 7-passenger SUV is a unique choice among the cars with which it competes. Its strengths are tough to ignore in an increasingly bland and forgettable landscape of crossovers and competitive pricing across all trim levels make the Durango a smart buy.


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