• Oct 7th 2010 at 11:35AM
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2011 Dodge Durango interior – Click above to expand

Chrysler has been slowly releasing the full details about the 2011 Dodge Durango, and while we've already seen the exterior from many angles, the interior has only been revealed in teaser images... until now. What you see here is the first shot of the all-new Durango's interior, and if its Jeep Grand Cherokee sister is anything to base judgments on, things should be pretty cozy inside the full-size Dodge.

Unlike its Jeep kin, the Durango appears to use a center stack that's completely housed within the dashboard, leaving room for a larger storage compartment in front of the gear shifter. We like the two-tone color combination (seen here on the Citadel trim level), and extra touches like upholder lighting and small amounts of aluminum and chrome accents make this cabin look more luxurious than before. We still need to get some butt-in-seat time before we can truly give it a thumbs-up, but so far, we definitely like what we see.


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      • 4 Years Ago
      Vastly superior to what the old model had... BUT there is a problem.

      It's WAY too similar to the new Grand Cherokee's interior (not surprising since they are based on the same platform).

      Now I understand that Chrysler is still strapped for cash and they have to make due with the limited resources available to them, however moving forward, they have to give each of their lines a unique style - both inside and out.

      A fantastic example for this is the Hyundai Sonata and the new Kia Optima. Cars based on the same platform, but with very unique sheetmetal and completely different interiors.
      • 4 Years Ago
      By no means have I been a fan of Dodges of recent past (can you blame me?) I have to say, I can't believe this is a Dodge interior. Granted I haven't sat in it or felt any of the touch points, but design wise, it looks fantastic. Great job, Dodge!
      • 4 Years Ago
      When it comes to large SUV interiors, I'd have to say the GC is #1, the Enclave is #2, and the DD is #3.
      • 4 Years Ago
      that cup holder lighting is 100% identical to every Ford vehicle that has the "ambient lighting". It's got the clear plastic ring about 1/4 from the top that changes colors..
        • 4 Years Ago
        The first cupholder lighting that I know of was introduced on the Caliber/Compass/Patriot in 2007 or so. A lot of people made fun of it, now you tell that Ford does it on all their models.
      • 4 Years Ago
      Is it just me or does the rear end look like a BMW X5?
      • 4 Years Ago
      will it have 3rd row seats
      • 4 Years Ago
      The first time I've felt compelled to write a comment...Chrysler is on the right track with this interior. Clean design and as far as can tell based on the picture ,it looks like high quality materials.

      I looked at the pictures and didn't feel like cleansing my eyes with bleach...a first...ever....for Chrysler!!

      Now get the exterior design on board!!!
      • 4 Years Ago
      I’m happy to see such huge improvements. It seems that Sergio’s Management is bearing fruits.

      Chrysler is mainly out of the woods, and will have most probably an excellent 2011.

      I do hope that also Fiat 500 will receive a warming welcome in US. In that case, Chrysler-Fiat could become a really Pan-American centred Group, with Chrysler specialized in North America and Fiat in South America.
      • 4 Years Ago
      I'm sorry, a lot of you commenting here really seem to like the interior, but I have to say... I just don't get it. I mean, from what I can tell, there is just NO design going on here whatsoever. It looks completely ordinary and utilitarian to me; no style, no theme or concept. "Ya got yer speedometer, yer vents, climate control, nav system, buttons and controls, and heck, we'll even throw in a little chrome to make it look purty." Granted, the materials may be better quality, but so what? Lipstick on a pig to me. Well, not quite; it's not even that it rises to being ugly, it's just plain BORING.

      Design is becoming a big selling point. The competition is moving forward. I fear Chrysler/Dodge risks becoming irrelevant if they keep this up. That would be a shame.
        • 4 Years Ago
        Sorry, bud, understand your disappointment - no spaceship controls!
      • 4 Years Ago
      That new logo must have been made by Generic Genericson.

      Dodge: Now more ignorable than ever.
        • 4 Years Ago
        I was gonna say...
        fords logo is cursive text-which hasn't looked good since the 70's
        chevy sports a damn bowtie...something drew carey wont even wear
        all the jap brands just have a herp-derp letter in a box

        dodge has some bad ass block text in a cross hair...but that's generic?
        • 4 Years Ago
        but dont get me wrong i like the D3 classic logos....just wish i still had my arrowhead pontiac
        • 4 Years Ago
        I was with HokieFlea until she or he referred to Japanese car companies as "jap brands". The Japanese had better tread carefully, eh, as they have to explain themselves to... Dodge.
      • 4 Years Ago
      Not bad, not super awesome, but just about what you might expect for a truck-like SUV.

      It looks like Chrysler is continuing to act like the Gen II Durango didn't exist with this interior that looks more like my old '98 Durango (much improved of course) than the latest bloated version.
        • 4 Years Ago
        compared to what they have out right now it looks great. But the chrome is sill there XD
      • 4 Years Ago
      lorenzo what is your criticism, as you keep jumping around...If it is quality then you have no case as you cannot compare the previous Durango to new product releases. If it is materials then you have no case as premium materials are being used, and using Audi's A8 as a reference, and all
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