2007 Dodge Durango

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$26,405 - $36,530
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Engine Engine 4.7LV-8
MPG MPG 14 City / 18 Hwy
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2007 Durango Overview

Dodge Durango looks tough but rides smooth, with a level of refinement not usually associated with Chrysler Corporation products.Its handling is stable and relatively agile given its size and heft.Inside is a quiet, roomy, comfortable and technologically sophisticated cabin.

This second-generation Durango, which first appeared as an '04, is significantly larger than the original, slipping between the Chevy Tahoe and Ford Expedition in exterior dimensions.

For 2007, the Durango has been significantly face-lifted outside and updated inside.An entirely new front end maintains Durango's identity, while adding smoothness and sophistication.

Second-row bucket seats are now available.Seat fabrics are more stain resistant, and Limited models now feature dual-zone automatic climate control.Also new for 2007 are power windows that operate in express mode both up and down.A new one-touch lane-change feature allows the driver to quickly activate a three-blink turn signal when changing lanes just as with a Mercedes.Limited models can be ordered with full-screen CD/DVD navigation and Bluetooth hands-free communications.

Safety has been enhanced by making an electronic stability program (ESP) and side-curtain airbags standard.A tire pressure monitor is now standard in most models and ParkSense ultrasonic parking assist is standard on Limited and optional on SLT.Dual-stage front air bags and an occupant-sensing system for the passenger-side front air bag became standard beginning with the 2006 models.

Perhaps the best news of all is that, despite all this new equipment, Durango prices are actually lower this year than last.

One thing that has not changed is Durango's space efficiency.Durango can seat up to seven passengers with its folding third-row seat.With all seats folded, there's more than 100 cubic feet of cargo space.You can slide full-size sheets of plywood in back.And a properly equipped Durango with the optional Hemi engine is rated to tow up to 8,950 pounds.

A V6 is standard, but two V8s are available and both are superb.The popular 4.7-liter V8 is now a flex-fuel engine in 45 states, running on gasoline or up to 85 percent ethanol (E85).It's smooth and it's powerful, but drivers who want or need more can opt for the celebrated 5.7-liter Hemi.Both engines come with a five-speed automatic transmission that's smooth, refined, and responsive.This transmission includes a Tow/Haul feature we like that holds lower gears longer when towing to reduce gear searching.
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2007 Durango Overview

Dodge Durango looks tough but rides smooth, with a level of refinement not usually associated with Chrysler Corporation products.Its handling is stable and relatively agile given its size and heft.Inside is a quiet, roomy, comfortable and technologically sophisticated cabin.

This second-generation Durango, which first appeared as an '04, is significantly larger than the original, slipping between the Chevy Tahoe and Ford Expedition in exterior dimensions.

For 2007, the Durango has been significantly face-lifted outside and updated inside.An entirely new front end maintains Durango's identity, while adding smoothness and sophistication.

Second-row bucket seats are now available.Seat fabrics are more stain resistant, and Limited models now feature dual-zone automatic climate control.Also new for 2007 are power windows that operate in express mode both up and down.A new one-touch lane-change feature allows the driver to quickly activate a three-blink turn signal when changing lanes just as with a Mercedes.Limited models can be ordered with full-screen CD/DVD navigation and Bluetooth hands-free communications.

Safety has been enhanced by making an electronic stability program (ESP) and side-curtain airbags standard.A tire pressure monitor is now standard in most models and ParkSense ultrasonic parking assist is standard on Limited and optional on SLT.Dual-stage front air bags and an occupant-sensing system for the passenger-side front air bag became standard beginning with the 2006 models.

Perhaps the best news of all is that, despite all this new equipment, Durango prices are actually lower this year than last.

One thing that has not changed is Durango's space efficiency.Durango can seat up to seven passengers with its folding third-row seat.With all seats folded, there's more than 100 cubic feet of cargo space.You can slide full-size sheets of plywood in back.And a properly equipped Durango with the optional Hemi engine is rated to tow up to 8,950 pounds.

A V6 is standard, but two V8s are available and both are superb.The popular 4.7-liter V8 is now a flex-fuel engine in 45 states, running on gasoline or up to 85 percent ethanol (E85).It's smooth and it's powerful, but drivers who want or need more can opt for the celebrated 5.7-liter Hemi.Both engines come with a five-speed automatic transmission that's smooth, refined, and responsive.This transmission includes a Tow/Haul feature we like that holds lower gears longer when towing to reduce gear searching.Hide Full Review