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2009 Dodge Durango

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Engine Engine 3.7LV-6
MPG MPG 14 City / 20 Hwy
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2009 Durango Overview

Dodge Durango looks tough but rides smoothly.Big and bulky, it handles like a truck, but it's quiet, roomy, and comfortable, with a host of available technology.Properly equipped, Durango is rated to tow up to 8,950 pounds.

A new hybrid gas-electric powertrain joins the lineup for 2009, allowing a 40-percent improvement in fuel economy in heavy traffic.The Durango Hybrid model is a durable vehicle with strong towing capacity that gets decent fuel economy in commuter traffic.

This second-generation Durango, which first appeared as a 2004 model, fits between the Chevy Tahoe and Ford Expedition in exterior dimensions.It's larger than midsize SUVs, such as the Ford Explorer, and has the room and feel of a full-size SUV, such as the Expedition and Tahoe.

Durango offers seating for five, seven or eight, depending on the model; for example, optional second-row bucket seats provide seven-passenger capacity on a three-row model.With all seats folded, there's more than 100 cubic feet of cargo space.You can slide full-size sheets of plywood in back.

A V6 is standard, but two V8s are available and both are superb.The 4.7-liter V8 is a Flex Fuel engine that can run on gasoline or up to 85 percent ethanol (E85).It's smooth and powerful, but drivers who want or need more can opt for the celebrated 5.7-liter Hemi, which gains 30 horsepower for 2009.Both V8s 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.

The biggest news for 2009 is the addition of a Hybrid model that utilizes the Hemi V8 and two electric motors.Dodge says the Durango Hybrid gets a 25-percent fuel economy boost in combined city and highway driving, and a 40-percent boost in the city.

New for 2009, the available rear DVD entertainment system gains Sirius Backseat TV.Dodge's MyGIG hard-drive radio is now called UConnect GPS in the Durango and its hard-drive grows from 20 to 30 gigabytes.The base SXT model has also been replaced by an SE model and last year's Adventurer model is gone.
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2009 Durango Overview

Dodge Durango looks tough but rides smoothly.Big and bulky, it handles like a truck, but it's quiet, roomy, and comfortable, with a host of available technology.Properly equipped, Durango is rated to tow up to 8,950 pounds.

A new hybrid gas-electric powertrain joins the lineup for 2009, allowing a 40-percent improvement in fuel economy in heavy traffic.The Durango Hybrid model is a durable vehicle with strong towing capacity that gets decent fuel economy in commuter traffic.

This second-generation Durango, which first appeared as a 2004 model, fits between the Chevy Tahoe and Ford Expedition in exterior dimensions.It's larger than midsize SUVs, such as the Ford Explorer, and has the room and feel of a full-size SUV, such as the Expedition and Tahoe.

Durango offers seating for five, seven or eight, depending on the model; for example, optional second-row bucket seats provide seven-passenger capacity on a three-row model.With all seats folded, there's more than 100 cubic feet of cargo space.You can slide full-size sheets of plywood in back.

A V6 is standard, but two V8s are available and both are superb.The 4.7-liter V8 is a Flex Fuel engine that can run on gasoline or up to 85 percent ethanol (E85).It's smooth and powerful, but drivers who want or need more can opt for the celebrated 5.7-liter Hemi, which gains 30 horsepower for 2009.Both V8s 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.

The biggest news for 2009 is the addition of a Hybrid model that utilizes the Hemi V8 and two electric motors.Dodge says the Durango Hybrid gets a 25-percent fuel economy boost in combined city and highway driving, and a 40-percent boost in the city.

New for 2009, the available rear DVD entertainment system gains Sirius Backseat TV.Dodge's MyGIG hard-drive radio is now called UConnect GPS in the Durango and its hard-drive grows from 20 to 30 gigabytes.The base SXT model has also been replaced by an SE model and last year's Adventurer model is gone.Hide Full Review